Electronic Medical Records: Pain Points & Practice
The discovery of Electronic Medical Records, along with their associated audit logs, is one the most common tasks in a wide range of litigation matters, yet this discovery remains problematic and difficult. Numerous statutory and regulatory regimes overlay the process, including the HITECH Act, HHS regulations, and HIPAA. Once produced, meaningful use of the information is often dependent upon proprietary third party platforms. This session lays out a path of best practices for practitioners to successfully collect and use their client’s Electronic Medical Regulators
Chad S. Roberts founded eDiscovery CoCounsel, pllc in 2013 after a successful twenty-year career as merits counsel representing consumers in complex litigation. Continuously AV rated since 1996, he holds an Engineering Science degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and graduated with high honors from the Florida State University College of Law. He has been a litigation partner at both a large, multi-national law firm (Holland & Knight, LLP) as well as a small boutique trial firm (Spohrer & Dodd, LLP) and has won multi-million dollar verdicts as lead trial counsel.
At eDiscovery CoCounsel, pllc he focuses on discovery motion practice in Federal Courts, Information Governance, Analytics, and Information Retrieval technology. He holds the CEDS designation from ACEDS and is a Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA).