At this point in technological advancement, almost every industry is producing myriad terabytes of electronically stored information (ESI) daily. And that means when litigation arises, theres an ever-growing number of documents that need to be collected and analyzed for admissibility and relevance in the case. That process of electronic discovery, or eDiscovery, can come with unique challenges in the healthcare industry because there are various outside factors that need to be taken into consideration, such as the handling of personal information, working with industry rules and regulations, investigating product liability and others.In this guest post, Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS, SVP of Advisory Services at a national eDiscovery and digital forensics company, highlights a few specific challenges to eDiscovery in health care and ways to manage them:

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