Netmark Medical Records Review (MRR) consists of records review services, life care planning services and product liability and mass tort assistance. Netmark MRR Services provides expert medical records management and review services to help our litigation support customers perform their work more efficiently and with less cost. Netmark’s MRR team supports many medical-legal entities including physician and legal nursing consultants, independent medical examiners, workers compensation specialists as well as many other litigation support companies. Netmark MRR also provides comprehensive life care planning services to help our private injury, workers compensation and product liability attorney customers get the highest possible settlement for their clients and profitability for their firm. Netmark’s life care planning team consists of certified life care planners, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, physicians and vocational and educational experts. Netmark MRR product liability mass tort assistance is another area of expertise for Netmark. For nearly a decade, Netmark has maintained a team with specific skills and experience in records preparation for mass tort and class action projects.
Netmark’s Medical Records Review’s reputation as an industry leading, quality driven resource for our clients began in 2007. Founded by experts with years of experience in medical and related fields, Netmark serves medical-legal professionals who depend upon our skilled reviewers and highly qualified life care planners.
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At Netmark we are passionate about truth, and the professional presentation of accurate information. Our medical records review services team includes specialists with backgrounds in medicine, physical therapy, nursing, medical coding, billing, pharmaceutical data analytics, document management software, financial auditing, and medical insurance underwriting. We strive to bolster our medical-legal clients’ success by relieving them of the tedium of organizing and reviewing medical records, while providing increased efficiency at a lower cost.