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EMR and E-Discovery Part Five: On Standard of Care and Final Thoughts

In the final installment of our series, EMR and E-Discovery, author David Levitt discusses the need for healthcare institutions to develop a management strategy for patient care communications and its impact on standard of care. More ›

EMR and E-Discovery Part Four: Reading Complexities

In part four of our series, EMR and E-Discovery, author David Levitt unpacks the difficulties associated with reading EMR in its native state and the additional complexities that accompany counsel's ability to access EMR, which is only produced in PDF form. More ›

EMR and E-Discovery Part Three: All Systems Go

In part three of our series, EMR and E-Discovery, author David Levitt details the current diagnostic tools utilized by modern health care as well as some of the considerations healthcare institutions should evaluate when making decisions about software and licensing. More ›

EMR and E-Discovery Part Two: On the Audit Trail

In part two of our series, EMR and E-Discovery, author David Levitt delves into audit trails, a type of metadata that creates a chronological record of access and changes to the data, and explains why an audit of metadata parameters could be a valuable risk management tool to healthcare institutions. More ›

EMR and E-Discovery Part One: Questions and More Questions

This may seem an odd way for an attorney to start a post, but while I know many of the questions, I do not have the answers. But the fact is that the intersection of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and e-discovery is in the very early stages. More ›

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