Pat Iyer shares tips about analyzing trauma medical records.
- Do you see emergency department medical records as part of your LNC practice?
- Have you ever found discrepancies or critical details in these trauma medical records?
This Iyer’s Insights episode is all about analyzing trauma medical records, whether created in the emergency department or in the physician’s office.
In this episode, you’ll hear Pat Iyer discuss
- The critical details you need to search for in ED records
- One of the most frequently changed facts about seat belts
- One of Pat’s most embarrassing moments related to medical records
- The relationship between the mechanism of injury and documented injuries
Analyzing Emergency Department Medical Malpractice Cases focuses on one of the highest risk aspects of health care. Emergency department care may be an issue in a personal injury, medical malpractice or any case in which the patient required emergency services.
Legal nurse consultants need to understand how the emergency department functions.
This text explores the roles and responsibilities of the emergency department related to triaging, assessing, diagnosing and treating emergency department patients. It highlights emergency department liability issues and provides vital content to help attorneys and legal nurse consultants analyze an emergency department medical malpractice claim.This book will teach you how. Invest in a copy of this book at this link.
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Pat Iyer MSN RN LNCC has reviewed hundreds of trauma medical records of personal injury and medical malpractice cases. She is the author of Analyzing ED Medical Malpractice Cases.
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