Since the use of the desktop computer, eSummary by ABI™ may be the most powerful tool for organizing, analyzing, and summarizing medical records for insurance and legal professionals. ABI™ Document Support Services has been a technology leader in its field and was the first record retrieval company to provide online ordering and digital records to law firms and insurance carriers. Following this advancement, ABI’s parent company, EDCO® Group Inc., developed Solarity™ technology, which enabled the automatic indexing of these records without bar codes.
After extensive software development and by leveraging Solarity technology, ABI and EDCO Group Inc. have innovated again and created the powerful tool known as eSummary by ABI. This web-based tool allows insurance and legal professionals to organize, analyze, and summarize records in a digital format, often in half the time with improved workflow management. Attorneys, paralegals, and adjusters currently use a variety of methods to summarize records such as Microsoft Excel and Word, but these solutions lack the specific functionality needed efficiently meet growing demands, often with fewer resources.
“We developed eSummary by ABI to allow our user’s to organize, analyze, and summarize records much more effectively than with their traditional method,” said Vice President of Sales, David Benge. “It has been exciting to see the early adoption in the marketplace.”
Record review completed early in the process by associates, paralegals, and adjusters can be critically important to attorneys preparing for deposition or trial later in the lifecycle of a litigated file. eSummary by ABI provides a lifeline to important information relevant to the case through its OCR search and filtering capabilities. No longer will attorneys rely on thumbing through stacks of medical records with hard-to-read hand-written notes to find information necessary to defend their clients at critical times. They will have the power of eSummary by ABI™ to assist them. Best of all, this tool comes free to clients who utilize ABI for record retrieval services.
Records that are placed in chronological order and tabbed by document classification (x-rays, physician notes, billing records, etc.) can greatly expedite record review. Insurance and legal professionals using eSummary by ABI can electronically perform this task themselves or ABI can provide these services for a nominal fee. Many clients have mentioned that when records exceed ~350 pages they find ABI’s ability to perform this service extremely valuable as it allows them to review records faster and pinpoint critical information early in the case or claim, often at the click of a button.
“ABI is so excited to be able to offer our clients supported chronological reorganization and document classification services on all records ordered through ABI or on a case by case basis,” said Benge.
For more information on eSummary by ABI please visit www.abidss.com.