Our Medical Director and Unitization Review Nurse Supervisor (RN) oversee independent medical reviews, and they apply a stringent quality assurance process. They ensure every report answers pertinent questions, that appropriate medical guidelines are referenced, and that the contents of the report are easily understandable – not only by trained medical professionals, but by a layperson. Additionally, all state-assigned cases are also reviewed by our legal counsel to ensure we meet all of the state's requirements.
We have assembled a team of highly-qualified, credentialed professionals including board-certified physicians, physical therapists, psychologists and other professionals, individually vetted using stringent guidelines to ensure their fitness for rendering decisions. As a result, our team includes among the most respected medical professionals in their respective fields.LEARN MORE
Sometimes reviews need to be expedited due to a patient's treatment plan – such as when surgery is required or a high-cost drug is prescribed. For these types of urgent peer reviews, our reviewers are available 24/7, and we can provide reviews with same day, one-day, two-day, or three-day turnaround.CONNECT WITH A SPECIALIST
We provide independent medical reviews in a variety of circumstances and for different types of clients. In all cases, we ensure an objective analysis of the patient's medical circumstances, such as:
Founded in 1995, H.H.C. Group began providing Independent Peer Reviews in 2004. We received our URAC accreditation as an Independent Review Organization (IRO) that same year. Many insurers and most states require that the IROs with which they work be accredited. We are URAC accredited to conduct both Internal and External reviews.
23-year-old female. Blind, with Lyme disease, Osteoporosis, HHV-6, Uveitis, Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, and Bartonella. Lives in a private home with her mother, who acts as her informal helper. Cannot cook, has difficulty eating and drinking as she had difficulty lifting or using her upper extremities. Receives weekly IV infusion and requires aid when going to her doctor's appointments.