Follow the (Audit) Trail to a Potential Goldmine of Evidence
Electronic medical record (EMR) metadata/audit trails can have the power to exonerate or incriminate in medical malpractice matters. The importance of being able to get it in your hands, make sense of it, and use it cannot be overstated. Our seasoned faculty will show you how to tackle discovery issues, follow the electronic footprint to find proof of (or refuting) malpractice or alterations, and finally present EMRs and metadata as evidence. Build your knowledge - register today!
Learn what the courts have to say about the discoverability of EMR metadata and audit trails.
Discover how to decipher EMR metadata and find evidence of negligence or spoliation.
Hear how to get EMRs and metadata admitted into evidence - and how to present them effectively.
When and How to Preserve and Collect EMRs, Metadata, and Audit Trails
Discoverability of EMRs, Metadata, and Audit Logs - With Case Law
Production Issues and Answers
What Audit Trails Can and Cannot Do and Show You
How to Make Sense of Metadata, Audit Trails, Access Logs/Reports
Reviewing the Metadata: What to Look for and Where to Find it
Evidence of Medical Malpractice
Changes to the Record: Corrections vs. Alterations to Misrepresent Facts
Admissibility and Presentation of Electronic Medical Records and Metadata
Farnoosh Faryabi is an attorney with MDK Law, where she focuses her practice in the areas of contract law, health law and business litigation. Ms. Faryabi is admitted to practice in Washington and California. She earned her B.S. and B.A. degrees from the University of Washington, her J.D. degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, and her LL.M. degree in health law from the University of Washington.
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