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MTs are in high demand for this - Jen

Posted: Mar 30th, 2021 - 11:16 am In Reply to: Registered Nurse - I agree

I found the listing on Indeed.com when doing a search and no I am Not employed by the lawyer's office. I'm contracted to a third party who is contracted to do the chronology for the medical records for the expert hired by the lawyer's office. You do not need to be a nurse because we are NOT giving an opinion, only pulling the information from the medical records supplied. We are providing factual information only and the expert is required to review our chronology which gives the information of where the patient went from time of accident, pt may have gone to ER or not, then documenting in order the treatment-to-date (where did pt for for treatment, CC, tx rendered, etc.). I hope this makes sense. We are only pulling the facts from the records provided. It's up to the expert to look into the records more detailed after we let them know where the records are found. MTs, precertification specialists, and yes nursing staff are uniquely qualified to do this job. I don't know if it's a newer type position as I had never heard of this in over 20 years of MTing. I just happened across it.


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