An Encore Presentation
By Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA
- Chapter 12: Process Improvement
- Chapter 13: IT, eMRs & GroupWare
- Chapter 14: Quality Care Tracking
- Chapter 15: I-Doctors I-Patients
- Why? Because, now more than ever, inadequately documented medical charts can mean civil and criminal liability to the sloppy and/or unwary practitioner. And, medical records were previously used to aid in the quality of medical care.
Today, they are also the basis for payment for services, not as a record or reflection of the care that was actually provided, but as a separate justification for billing.
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