Michael F. Arrigo, C.E.O. of No World Borders, said, "attorneys in HIPAA privacy, medical malpractice, and Medicare fraud litigation benefit from knowing who, what, when, and where physicians documented information. Insights may be gained in what medical decisions they made." Arrigo continued, "The HITECH Act created clinical decision support, logs for adverse drug events including those related to opioids, and electronic medication administration (eMAR) artifacts in the E.H.R. Forensic audits can now determine the accuracy of what litigants produce."
The company's E.H.R. Forensics capability includes a team experienced in clinical medicine, healthcare claim data analytics, and E.H.R. certification and implementation. This expertise is valuable to educate clients, courts, and the trier of fact regarding Standards including: