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medical records

pl n
(Medicine) med written information about a person's health during their life to date
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Physicians, the medical records committee, the compliance office and legal counsel reviewed the notes to ensure the electronically generated notes met all medical, legal and administrative requirements.
has purchased a state-of-the-art medical records imaging system from First Data Corporation (NYSE: FDC), Health Systems Group.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Electronic Medical Records provides an overview of the electronic medical records and covers at length the drivers and challenges that impact this sector.
Most medical records are written by hand and illegible to everyone but their authors.
Designed to meet the needs of physicians, administrators and medical records personnel, IBM Medical Records Plus/400 Version 2, available immediately, reduces paper storage from medical records departments, business and personnel offices.
In over 300 healthcare organizations across the United States, ChartOne's eWebHealth technology offers simultaneous web-based access and secure electronic storage capabilities of medical records to medical records staff, physicians and other authorized users both inside and outside an organization's four walls.
Finally, there's the simple day-to-day drain on the organization's financial health exerted by sloppy or belated medical records.
Users will be able to store personal health and medical records, as well as information on medications, medical tests, and physician and health insurance data.
Let's peer through the retrospect-o-scope and try to relate events to the current status of electronic medical records.
A robust 98 percent of consumers believe that healthcare organizations have a responsibility to protect patient medical records however, only 40 percent of consumers feel confident that their healthcare providers are able to secure their medical records.
The Medical Records Confidentiality Act of 1995 did not go far enough, since it contains many exemptions to prohibitions against transmitting patient identifiable information.
We chose them as a partner because we had a great comfort level that they appreciated the issues relating to medical records and would continue to provide us with valuable services.

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