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Obtaining Medical Records and Opinions, Conducting Discovery, Disclosure Requirement and HIPAA Issues

Learn how to order medical records using the Hi-Tech Act, what to do when your office receives medical records, and how to work with an expert to determine whether a meritorious cause of action exists.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0.75 Other PR
SKU: P2004-20E-03
$60.00 or 0.75 credits
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Faculty:

Jonathan T. Nessler, The Law Offices of Frederick W. Nessler & Associates, Ltd., Springfield

Originally presented as part of Developing & Admitting Medical Evidence, available in its entirety as P2004-20U.

Faculty:

Jonathan T. Nessler, The Law Offices of Frederick W. Nessler & Associates, Ltd., Springfield

Originally presented as part of Developing & Admitting Medical Evidence, available in its entirety as P2004-20U.

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Program Date2/21/2020
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Program Date2/21/2020
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