Hcr 220 Understanding the Patient Intake Process

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To understand the patient intake process the medical facilities are trained to address the concerns of the patients that they are treating for health concerns. When patients are admitted to medical facilities for a first visit very important information about the patients is collected and recorded. This information is required by the facilities to address registration, the patients medical history, the patients insurance provider as well as scheduling for procedures to be completed. The patient is then informed of their privacy rights and all the processes that the patient will undergo. When a patient is considered a previous patient the medical facility then update all current information on the patient to make all records current. The difference in the two types of patients is a new patient is considered to never have had any medical services from the facility in the last three years. The returning or established patient is a person who have been seen by the medical facility within the last three years. In this manner of filing and records keeping the patients immediate health and well being is kept free from mistakes of wrong medicines and misdiagnosis’s. With these standards the medical facility as well as the patient operate on the same page and many common human error is avoided by
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