Asked in Microsoft Access
Are new records saved automatically in microsoft Access?
Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records are typed in they are automatically saved. Yes, as records...
Asked in Health
What are the dangers of electronic medical records?
Concerns over their security and therefore their confidentiality.
Asked in Health, Medical Insurance, Doctors, Medical Records
Can medicade patient be denied or charged for a copy of medical records?
Yes they can be denied if they are trying to get a copy of someone else's medical records or if they don't have their social security card. ...
Asked in US Navy, India Military, Laser Eye Surgery
How do they find whether you've gone through LASIK Laser surgery?
Current BI forms require you to sign / give permission for the government to review your medical records during any background investigation for a security clearance. If there's something in your records you haven't told them, they'll find out. ...
Asked in Sales and Customer Service
What are duties and responsible of a security officer?
seeing that there is safe storage for paper medical records.
Asked in Civil Rights, Medical Records
Are medical records automatically sealed?
All medical records are exclusive to the individual or to doctors or others who have been given specific permission by the individual to review the records. Anyone who accesses an individual's personal medical record without permission is in violation of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996. ...
Asked in Medical Records
How can microchips be used to breach the confidentiality of medical records?
Microchips when handled without the greatest degree of security can breach the confidentiality of medical records and any other records. Microchips store so much information that interception of them can have devastating consequences. ...
Do your medical and Social Security records have to be provided to the workman's compensation insurance provider?
The WCI provider will require medical records and any applicable records from the SSA (such as disability benefits being received) before they will process a claim. Generally the claimant signs a release form and the records are sent by the agency, doctor or medical facility not by the claimant. ...
Asked in US Army
Are there any exceptions in the army on the no mental illness for longer than three months after age 13 rule?
No. Most physical conditions can be waived. Mental illness is unwaiverable, no exceptions. If you list it you will be disqualified (D232.8).The Army does not request medical records unless there is an identified problem. My advise to you is to not list it, and select a MOS without a Security Clearance (because the investigation into your background for a Security Clearance will find the mental illness). Best of Luck. ...
Asked in Health, Medical Records
Can medical records stay in the patient room?
It is possible for the medical records to stay in the room with the patients. They used to take the patients clipboards and medical records on the outside of the door, but now they do not do so. It is has actually been discontinued a long time ago due to security reasons. People would take medical records of the patients in a room and dress up as a doctor and create fake badges and be impersonated as a doctor. So, no,...
Asked in Insurance, Medical Insurance
How do you find your personal medical insurance records?
I'm guessing you might mean your medical records? Your insurance records would be wherever you put them. Your medical records, or records of insurance payments would be with the medical provider. ...
Asked in Homeland Security
What kind of security clearance do you need to obtain a homeland security job?
Obviously you need to have no criminal records to obtain a homeland security job, you also need to be a outside of the box thinker to make up new ways to protect your country, and you need to love your country. ...
Asked in Medical Records
What are the dangers and security risks of using electronic medical records?
All electronic records have some security risks. However they also allow doctors to share information that saves time, lives and money so the trade off is in their favor. ...
Asked in Medical Records
Where can you find your medical records from 1950?
medical records for Melbourne in the 1950s
Asked in US Military
What records are used to determine entry into the military?
The only records that interest the US Military for entrance are: * Social Security card * Birth Certificate * Driver's License or state ID * High School Diploma Once you have joined, dependent upon your level of security clearance, further documents may be required. ...
Where do you go to get some one to get your medical records which you have been refused since March 2007?
if they are your own medical records you cannot be refused them. you have the right to have a copy of your medical records. it is against the law for anyone not to give you your medical records ...
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...
Asked in War and Military History, Medical Records
Your husband is in the army what about your medical records?
Keep a copy of ALL of the serviceman's 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...