2. Final Project: Records Management Presentation due by Sunday December 22, 2013.
You have been hired as the records manager for Happy Health Medical Clinic, a medium-sized, general practice about to start up business. Whereas this medical facility hopes to have everything computerized at some point in the future, that is not currently the case. Therefore basic patient information is located on the computer, but medical information is only found in paper files. So, do not base your filing system on Electronic Records-base it on paper charts.
Your facility stores, circulates and updates patient records internally for six doctors, and traffics them up one floor to an X-ray department—in other words, you loan records, but you do not borrow them. Because the X-ray facility is in partnership with Happy Health, you send actual patient files up to X-ray, not copies, and it is important to get the files back.
§ It should have a Title describing the subject of that section
§ It should have brief bullet points that outline and summarize the speaker’s notes for that slide
§ It should have reference citations referring to your source information on the reference slide.
v The importance of getting new information into a patient’s record as timely as possible
v Not duplicating medical records for the same person
v Being able to know at all times where a record is located as you write practical, how-to procedures to cover the following aspects of records management:
§ Examples to clarify names or numbers that might be confusing in that system
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