Medical Review Services
Certified Life Care Plans
A Certified Life Care Plan is a comprehensive report that forecasts the future medical needs and related costs throughout the life expectancy of a catastrophically injured person, or one with a devastating, life long illness. Life Care Plans evaluate all aspects of medical and are based on long-term goals.
When a severe injury occurs or a serious illness onsets, it can be devastating for both the individual and their loved ones. Every injury and illness is different for each person, this is why our Life Care Plans are tailored to the individual. Our Certified Nurse Life Care Planner reviews medical records, conducts an on-site visit and engages in direct contact with the individual to gain an accurate account of future long term care and medical needs. It is imperative that every aspect of the injury or illness is medically evaluated in order to determine the future medical costs.
What are the benefits of a Certified Life Care Plan?
A Certified Life Care Plan is beneficial because it provides a detailed analysis of the individual’s future medical needs. Certified Life Care Plans serve as a great tool for quantifying current and long term medical needs, which provide our clients with accurate calculations of long term care.
Life Care Plans are comprehensive, medical evaluations that can assist with future medical costs for settlement purposes, to ensure that your client has sufficient funds over the course of their life expectancy.
A Certified Life Care Plan is an excellent way of ensuring the highest quality of life the injured or ill person.
Certified Life Care Plans are calculated based on fee schedule or usual and customary.
Our Certified Life Care Plans:
- Includes a detailed summary of the case and nature of injury/illness,
- Highlights ICD-9 codes relevant to injury,
- Provides a detailed chronological medical review,
- Reports future medical requirements,
- Includes a medical cost analysis summary and calculations
- and more!
Specialty Allocations specializes in life care planning for individuals with:
- Orthopedic Injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Birth Trauma/Defects
- Neurological Disorders
- Other catastrophic injury or illness