Use of box design signature line for authentication

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use of box design.
signature line for authentication. placement of hospital logo. CORRECT Most facilities use bar-coded patient identification to ensure proper indexing into the imaging system. You have been asked by a peer review committee to print a list of the medical record numbers of all patients who had CABGs performed in the past year at your acute care hospital. Which secondary data source could be used to quickly gather this information?
As a concurrent record reviewer for an acute care facility, you have asked Dr. Crossman to provide an updated history and physical for one of her recent admissions. Dr. Crossman pages through the medical record to a copy of an H&P performed in her office a week before admission. You tell Dr. Crossman that
a new H&P is required for every inpatient admission. CORRECT Joint Commission and COP allow a legible copy of a recent H&P done in a doctor's office in lieu of an admission H&P as long as interval changes are documented in the record upon admission. In addition, when the patient is readmitted within 30 days for the same or a related problem, an interval history and physical exam may be completed if the original H&P is readily available. Joint Commission requires the attending physician to countersign health record documentation that is entered by
In creating a new form or computer view, the designer should be most driven by needs of the users. flow of data on the page or screen. QIO standards. medical staff bylaws.
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The needs of the user are the primary concern in forms design. Which of the following reports would normally be considered a consultation?

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