WK 6 Assignment record control

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Record Controls     1 Record Controls Renee Richardson AXIA College of University of Phoenix
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Record Controls     2 In the small, medium, and large facilities there are some similarities and differences in circulation, tracking and security measures. The majority of small facilities are still using paper charts and most of these facilities have a need for circulation and have different locations for their charts. These small facilities also have problems with having the wrong papers in the patient’s charts and having misplaced papers. Most of the small facilities keep their patients charts locked and secured. If these small facilities lose a chart they really have no way to replace them since they are on paper and not electronic. As far as the patients that no longer visit the facility they usually have them destroyed after so many years or they are in an archive. In the medium size facilities there is a mixture of paper charts and electronic charts. The medium facilities that use electronic charts do not have a need for circulation or do not have different locations for their charts. The medium facilities that have paper charts have different
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course HCA 210 taught by Professor Timbouseman during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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