Electronic Medical Records in Litigation

13 Apr , 2023

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Almost all medical records are now required to be in electronic format to qualify for Medicare. 

This presentation reviews the laws requiring EMR’s; the most widely used proprietary EMR programs and how they differ; the advantages and drawbacks of EMR’s; special discovery demands and objections regarding EMR’s; and the evidentiary issues they present as to authentication and admissibility. Actual EMR printouts are used and examples given from the presenter’s own experience as a litigator.

 

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