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Electronic Medical Records and the Data Within

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Date Published

January 22, 2019

Publisher

Washington State Association for Justice

Subjects

Evidence, Nursing Home Litigation

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Summary

Overview of Electronic Medical Records
• how they differ from paper records of the past
• how the paper you get today is not the same as the electronic record from which it is printed
• what is a complete medical record today?

Overview of Audit Information
• What is audit information?
• How is it kept?
• What questions can it answer?

Approach to Discovery in EMR cases
• What we should have access to per statute
• What judges think we should have
• How to get what we really need
• Hybrid systems – Electronic, handwritten, different EHR software on different units may not be included in record provided.
• How long electronic data is preserved
• Staff & physician education, policies and procedures for EHR, tech support
• Having access to portals
o To review medical records as the providers saw them
o For depositions

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Presenters

Nursine Jackson

Nursine Jackson MSN, RN is a Cardiovascular Clinical Specialist and adjunct faculty at the University of Pittsburgh, and she... Read More

Roger J. Leslie

Roger J. Leslie has represented plaintiffs in medical negligence and nursing home negligence cases for the past 21 years from... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Electronic Medical Records and the Data Within
Electronic Medical Records and the Data Within - Paper
Interrogatories and Preservation of Electronic Data
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