Record Control - Record Controls Amber N. Hunter 8/15/2010...

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Record Controls Amber N. Hunter 8/15/2010 HCR/210
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When it comes to drawing a conclusion for most matters on my interview data thread, it is not difficult to find similarities. Most of my classmate’s interview questions were answered quit close in relation to each other, even whether it was a small, medium, or large facility. There were some differences in some of the answers I have come across. As far as tracking patient records goes the facilities I personally interviewed had no specific holding areas for the records. Most of the files were put directly into the patients folders, or either kept electronically, which is done automatically. I found that all of my peer responses were the same; there were no holding areas for the patient files. I did however have one peer who reported that there were two holding areas for the patient files. The areas were marked as temporary and permanent. This was for a smaller facility, but in the medium and larger facilities there were also no holding areas. The conclusion that I can make from this is that no matter the size of the facility there may just simply be no holding areas. Some offices may prefer to directly place the files within the records to keep mistakes from
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