EMSI News and Events

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The 11th REMS Summit continues to be the preeminent event for updates related to new regulations and emerging issues associated with REMS, including standardization, evaluation, and structured product labeling. EMSI will attend to discuss our REMS monitoring support services. As the select event for REMS professionals, this Summit convenes REMS stakeholders to inform the design and redesign of REMS programs. To learn more or to register, visit their website.

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EMSI will attend the world’s most comprehensive hematology event of the year, the 60th ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition, December 1-4, in San Diego. The meeting will highlight the hottest topics in hematology while providing networking opportunities with top minds in the field and a global community of more than 25,000 hematology professionals from every subspecialty. For more information or to register, visit ASH’s website. If you’d like to meet with us at ASH, contact Scott Nivens at 781-608-0019 or snivens@emsinet.com.

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IRVING, TX, October 30, 2018 — Personal injury, product liability and other cases depend on data discovered in medical records. But clinics can be slow, legal staff time is expensive and big files must be organized and indexed. Now medical records can be quickly secured, summarized and searched thanks to EMSI’s integration with the Needles and TrialWorks case management systems. Thousands of attorneys using Needles and TrialWorks can get medical records and indexed summaries essential for building solid cases and winning civil litigation.

“EMSI’s professionals are expert at retrieving medical records for law firms involved in mass tort, medical malpractice and personal injury cases. Our streamlined workflow and digital summary will help attorneys get essential data, identify key evidence and better prepare for depositions,” said James D. Calver, President and CEO of EMSI.

After a simple account setup with EMSI, a user can now request a medical record in Needles or TrialWorks with one click. EMSI gets records faster because the special authorizations required by many clinics are automatically accessed when each order is received, reducing the time it takes to receive a record by as much as 40%.

“Law firms are challenged to free their staffs and paralegals to focus on more important, higher value tasks. Our integration with EMSI means legal staff can be redirected to higher value work. Needles and TrialWorks users can cut practice overhead by billing medical record retrieval costs to clients,” said Giorgio Garrido, Director of Business Development and Head of Strategic Partnerships for Trialworks LLC.

EMSI has optimized its medical records retrieval process to be faster than in-house legal staff and offer quick turnarounds. EMSI’s U.S.-based team retrieves millions of records each year, documenting and updating the approval processes followed by over 800,000 clinics and healthcare providers.

To learn more about our medical record retrieval services available on TrialWorks and Needles case management systems, visit our web page or contact us today!


About EMSI

EMSI is a national leader in medical information services including medical records retrieval and data abstraction, in-home biospecimen collection and phlebotomy, patient monitoring, drug and breath alcohol testing, and telehealth related services. EMSI serves the world's leading law firms, clinical research organizations, insurance carriers, pharmaceutical firms, airlines, rail systems and wellness companies. Learn more at www.emsinet.com.

 

About Trialworks LLC

Trialworks LLC is the parent company of TrialWorks and Needles, two of the most trusted case management brands in the legal software industry. With a combined 55 years of operating history, these solutions have been developed by experienced legal and technology professionals who know your practice. Over 2,500 law firms rely on TrialWorks and Needles software to manage their cases from intake to resolution. Learn more at www.trialworks.com and www.needles.com.

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Now in its 8th year, DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials is dedicated to all things digital, data science, patient data ownership and new approaches to optimize clinical operation systems.. This is the annual event to get the best access to innovative ideas, especially disruptive ones, to advance drug development operations from pharma and outside industry leaders with a view to reducing the burden to patients and investigators. EMSI’s John Corcoran and Scott Nivens will be attending and will share the latest about our Clinical Research Support Services. If you’d like to set up a personal meeting at the conference, contact us at 866-202-5310 or Clinical_info@emsinet.com. For more information on DPharm, visit The Conference Forum’s website.

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This year’s theme for the Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association’s (SAPAA’s) Annual Conference is “Meeting the Challenges of Change.” From the latest on regulatory changes to the most relevant industry training, SAPAA’s 2018 annual conference has a full schedule of educational content and networking opportunities. EMSI will be presenting our fast and complete specimen collection services that get employees back to work faster. Stop by EMSI’s booth #36 to learn how we can keep your substance abuse program running smoothly with our specimen collection and breath alcohol testing collections in all 50 states. If you’d like to set up a personal meeting at the conference, contact Jim McCauley at 315-874-4055 or jmccauley@emsinet.com. For more information on SAPAA’s Annual Conference, visit their website.

 

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