Medical Record Collation
Here at MRC the foundation of our service is experience. We’ve been active in the medico-legal sector since 2008 and have experience in pagination services stretching back to the nineties. The vast knowledge of our clinical team allows us to provide a fast, reliable and, perhaps most importantly, high quality service. Over the years we have built many successful and mutually beneficial professional relationships with our clients and we will continue to deliver the best possible service to them. With respect to this, both AvMA and APIL have approved us for inclusion in their dedicated database of medical experts for pagination and chronology services.
We believe it is crucial to maintain awareness of industry changes and the Government’s plans to introduce Fixed Recoverable Costs (FRC) for clinical negligence cases remains uppermost in our minds. In response to the invitation from Lord Justice Jackson, MRC collaborated with three other well-established and respected service providers to present a written submission about the proposed changes and made recommendations for best practice and ultimately cost savings in the end-to-end-process.
In the meantime MRC are working hard to anticipate the impact of forthcoming changes to ensure we can continue to provide an uninterrupted and quality service.
Our service is designed to cater to the requirements of each individual case and we are very well equipped to adapt according to your instructions, as the case may need it. Having worked on thousands of cases over the years we are no stranger to the repeated issues that can arise from collating medical records. We’re confident that the collective experience of our staff can overcome any challenge that your records may present.
In addition to an adaptive service we also offer flexibility in price. Our team are adept at working with estimates and are happy to work closely with you to determine the best way to proceed according to your budget.
We also understand that costings for cases can often be unpredictable which is why we offer a choice of either fixed or deferred fees which can be adjusted to suit the needs of your particular case. We also have plenty of experience with cases which are funded by ATE insurance.
Our growing team includes nurses, midwives, dentists and doctors all with many years’ experience in over 50 areas of clinical speciality. Each case is assigned to the member of the team with the most knowledge of the particular specialism. In our experience this provides the best analysis of the records, enables us to work more efficiently and therefore keep costs to a minimum.
It is this clinical expertise and understanding that underpins our service and assists you to deliver the very best outcome for your injured client.
As a solicitor specialising in clinical negligence cases, it is essential that I am able to work with fully sorted, paginated and indexed medical records. MRC consistently produce first-class work. I find MRC a pleasure to work with.
They are able to accommodate bespoke requests such as on occasion producing a more detailed chronology than would normally be the case. They understand the cashflow constraints solicitors and their clients have to work with, and have flexible arrangements which help to alleviate these challengesMichael Stevenson
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