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What happens to the old medical records from Silas B Hayes Army Hospital at Fort Urd California?

Medical records of dependents were retired to the National Records Holding area Saint Louis. The military medical records went from installation to installation with the soldier, and then would be in the St. Louis National Archives with the personnel records.

What is the difference between medical records and a hospital chart?

A hospital chart is based on a day to day basis,as to what medical records are is an accumulation of a hospital stay it is kept and stored.

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.

What has the author Joan Richards written?

Joan Richards has written: 'Medical Charting Demystified' -- subject(s): Medical records, Medical Records, Forms and Records Control, Computerized Medical Records Systems, OverDrive, Medical, Nonfiction

What does a nursery nurse do during the day?

sign in check medical records list the names of the children who need medical attention for that specific day give prescriptions if required

When was National Records created?

National Records was created in 1945.

When is medical assistant day 2009?

National Medical Assistants Week - October 19-23, 2009

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

Should medical record time be 24 hr day or AM-PM?

Medical records should be recorded based on a 24 hour day (aka: military time).

Where can you find your medical records from 1950?

Records from Dr.Newhouse of East Pittsburgh,Pa.15112

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.

Who owns medical records?

Legally, medical records are owned by the employer of the doctor who compiles them.

Your husband is in the army what about your medical records?

Keep a copy of ALL of the serviceman's medical records.

Who is the doctor that keeps the medical records?

Every doctor maintains his or her patients' medical records.

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.

What does a phlebotomist do besides draw blood?

Urinalysis Vital Signs Medical Records Resources; National Certification Career Association

Where do medical records goes after 7 years?

medical records are kept until 8 years after death

When was National Records of Scotland created?

National Records of Scotland was created in 2011.

When was First National Records created?

First National Records was created in 2005.

Are medical records confidential?

yes medical records are confidential due to the sake of the patient's privacy

What is the purpose of color coding medical records?

what is the purpose of number color coding on medical records

What are four reason medical records are kept?

list four reason medical records are kept

How long do you keep medical records for HIPAA?

HIPAA has nothing to do with how long you have to keep medical records.

What was the first use of electronic medical records?

The first use of electronic medical records was to document clinical encounters. This is one of the major reasons why electronic medical records were made. I

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