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Medical Records Processing
is a meticulous work of abstracting key information
from medical records.


Medical records are messy, unorganized, and unstructured. 

Reviewing these records could be tedious and time consuming.


We classify, organize and summarize them for easy reviewing.

We have the experience and deep understanding of requirements of various clients.

Each summary is tailored in content and presentation
to meet with requirements of
each type of clients.

Law Firms
can depend on SUMMIT 
to cut the time and cost required to review
medical records, and use them effortlessly during deposition and trial

Law firms dealing with Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Workers' Compensation, and Mass Tort cases require to review medical records, relevant records are to be presented as exhibits, and need to pull up during deposition and trial.


We organize records in chronological order, prepare summary of each record as well as overall treatment summary, treatment time line, list of providers with their associated facility, identify missing records, we research and report details of medications with their side effects, description of medical devices used in treatment, explanation of medical terms, etc. 
Organized records are presented in a single word-searchable PDF document with a summary of each document. The summary is hyperlinked to the record for effortless navigation through the record and summary.

Records are organized in chronological order, summarized, bookmarked and hyperlinked with summary.


Summary is written in S-O-A-P format, and capture what is important/relevant to review based on the purpose of review stated by the client.

Every medical term is double checked. We use a medical dictionary to make sure all terms are captured without any error or ambiguity. We ensure absolutely zero mistakes in medical terms.

Summit assists
IME / QME / DDE / Utilization review,
Insurance underwriting/ Reviewing Physicians
in their review of medical records 
to evaluate and determine medical necessities, MMI status, work restrictions, disability apportionment. 

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