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Disadvantages of manual medical records?
What are the disadvantages of manual accounting?
1) Manual records are very difficult to be maintained safe 2) Manual records are subject to greater human error 3) Business can see itself in fines and penalties if records are lost 4) Manual records are easier to be falsified, modified, altered or vanished, as compared to computerized records which become very safe when using passwords, firewalls, and back-ups.
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What are the disadvantages of manual hotel reservation system?
Advantages and disadvantages of manual data processing?
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Advantages and disadvantages of using manual accounting system accounting?
Asked in Insurance, Medical Insurance
How do you find your personal medical insurance records?
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What are the disadvantages of manual registration?
Asked in Medical Records
Where can you find your medical records from 1950?
Where do you go to get some one to get your medical records which you have been refused since March 2007?
Asked in Hospitals, Medical Records
What is medical records?
Medical records can easily be used interchangeably with Health records. These records systematically document a patient's history, from medical to demographic. These records are so detailed that they give you a complete analysis of what is patient's current illness, what is his current medication, what were his past medication and illness details etc. Healthcare providers are responsible for maintaining these records for their patients. Conventionally all the medical records were documented on paper. However, with the advent of Electronic Medical Records these records are now documented electronically using computers. Some established electronic medical records also provide cloud technology, which ensures safety, accuracy, and accountability of medical records.
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Your husband is in the army what about your medical records?
Asked in Medical Assistants
What are the differences between a Administrative Medical Assistant Medical Assistants and Medical Records Clerk?
An Administrative Medical Assistant would be a well-paid secretary, perhaps to a teaching physician or a hospital administrator. A Medical Records Clerk would do clerical work, filing and pulling medical records, perhaps placing the transcribed medical records on the patient's chart, answering the phone, general clerical work, not very high paying. A medical assistant can do the functions of a medical records clerk if there is no records clerk in the office but a records clerk could not perform certain duties of a medical assistant.
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How long do I have to keep a deceased patient's medical records?
Asked in Medical Records
What is the purpose of color coding medical records?