A doctor must agree that it is important to keep accurate records. He must also agree it is important to keep thorough records. It is just as important for him to agree that it is critical to keep detailed records.

Once the doctor has committed to having complete, thorough and accurate records, we then begin the process of looking at exactly what his records contain. Often times the record keeping is not ideal. There may be missing things. There are often inconsistencies between what the patient has testified about and what the doctor has recorded.

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