Expired FREE CLE WEBINAR: Understanding Discovery of Electronic Health Records and Audit Trails

  •  September 10, 2020
     12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
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Michael J. Foley, Esq.

Understanding Discovery of Electronic Health Records and Audit Trails

Michael J. Foley, Esq.
The Foley Law Firm, Scranton

Electronic health records have become the dominant tool for communication between providers, supplementing aspects of verbal communication about decision-making, follow-up and transition of care. Electronic health records raise unique authenticity issues in medical malpractice cases because of the inability to detect changes by simple observation. This webinar will provide you with the legal background to pursue proper legal discovery of electronic health records and audit trails. The program will provide up-to-date discussion of the range of legal issues that medical malpractice litigants have to overcome in obtaining audit trails of electronic health records.

This program is restricted to plaintiff’s attorneys only.




Prior to the webinar, we will email you links to join the program on Zoom and download the materials.

Minimum technical requirements are access to a laptop with an Internet connection. If you plan to use a cellphone or tablet, you will have to download and install the Zoom Cloud Meetings app.

IMPORTANT – The NEPATLA Online Institute, a subsidiary of the Northeastern PA Trial Lawyers Association, has been conditionally approved as a Distance Learning Provider by the Pennsylvania CLE Board. Certificates of completion and credits for free webinars may be awarded retroactively only after we successfully complete 5 webinars and become fully accredited. Also, please be advised that if you do not attend the full hour, or if we are unable to identify you by your screen name, you will not receive credit.

Please use a computer, tablet or mobile device to access the webinar using video and audio. Calling in by phone and listening will not be allowed for this webinar because we can’t identify you. WHEN YOU ENTER THE WEBINAR, OR ONCE YOU ARE IN THE WEBINAR, YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR NAME TO YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME IF IT’S NOT ALREADY PRESENT. We will not undertake the time-consuming task of trying to determine who you are. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.