Ophthalmology Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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The listings below are all Ophthalmology expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsNational Medical Consultants, PC
Initial Case Screening at No Charge
National Medical Consultants, PC, is the premier medical review team from some of the finest institutions in the country. Initial screening based on the summary of your case is always performed by qualified doctors at NO CHARGE. Our services are only available to medical malpractice attorneys and LNC's.
Elite Medical Experts, LLC
Elite Medical Experts specializes in medical litigation. From Stanford to Yale, and from all places in between, Elite secures top-tier Ophthalmology experts from the nation's leading universities. Each is recognized Professor of Ophthalmology with a busy clinical practice. Please call today for a case analysis by an in-house physician or nurse. Elite Medical Experts works directly with legal teams and does not accept inquiries from private parties.
L. Neal Freeman, MD, MBA
Coding and Physician Reimbursement Analysts, Inc.
Expert: Physician + Coder + Medical Auditor -- Dr. L. Neal Freeman is a practicing physician and surgeon and is additionally certified as both a Coding Specialist-Physician-based and a Professional Medical Auditor. He provides expert services in medical coding, reimbursement, and compliance across all specialties. He is available for consultation, research, analysis, report generation, deposition, and trial testimony as an expert witness. He has been retained as an expert for plaintiff and defense. Excellent communication skills and responsiveness. Expertise: Medical coding and reimbursement, Coding compliance, Coding guidelines, Medicare, Medicaid, Private insurance, CPT coding, ICD-10 and ICD-9 coding, National Correct Coding Initiative, Bundling Modifiers, Fraud and abuse, False Claims Act, Personal Injury Protection (PIP), DRGs, Fair and reasonable value, Usual, customary, and reasonable (UCR) value.
Gulf Coast Glaucoma Clinic
Lawrence M. Hurvitz, MD
Lawrence M Hurvitz M.D. is a full time practicing ophthalmologist for 38 years. He is board certified. He has extensive knowledge of the legal issues around standard of care and causation based on his experience reviewing for both plaintiff and defendant.
John M. Maggiano, MD
Santa Ana, CA
Macula, Retina, Vitreous, Optic Nerve; Malpractice, Product Liability, Malingering, Clinical Statistics & Utilization Criteria, Case Review & Triage, Managed Care Delays & Denials, Visual Loss from Trauma, Medications & Environmental Toxicities.
Steven M. Williams, MD
New Hartford, NY
Dr. Steven Williams is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and Vitreoretinal Surgeon. He is the founder and managing partner of a busy vitreoretinal surgical practice with over 20 years of clinical experience.
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