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Category: Med-Legal


Components of a Life Care Plan

A Life Care Plan is a document that projects the future costs of medical goods and services, medications, or other necessary requirements for a catastrophically injured or ill patient. Life Care Plans are created after a team of specialists completes comprehensive assessments, data analysis, and research.

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Medical Bill Audits

A typical medical billing involves two processes, the Financial Review and the Clinical Review of related charges. The Financial Review is subdivided into a Usual, Customary and Reasonable (UCR) Analysis and a Medical Billing Audit, and involves a comprehensive review of the Universal Bill and itemization. The Clinical Review is a thorough review of the medical records performed by trained Registered Nurses and the Medical Director to determine the necessity of treatment for accident-related injuries.

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Trichloroethylene (TCE) Medical Experts

Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a neurotoxic solvent most commonly used to degrease and clean machine parts. There are currently approximately 3.5 million workers exposed to TCE, with 100,000 of them exposed on a full-time basis. Negative health effects of TCE can impact the central and peripheral nervous systems, skin, kidney, liver, and heart.

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