For Accredited Record Technician (ART) or Registered Record Administrator (RRA) training programs. Unlike other available texts on medical records--which focus on management of HIM departments--this text is especially designed for entry-level health information/medical record clerks. It orients students to the essential step-by-step procedures for being a medical records clerk--from the importance of confidentiality to filing.
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Basic level text is the only one to address medical records for the vocational and community college student. Written at an easy-to-comprehend level.From the Back Cover:
Unlike other available books on medical records—which focus on management of HIM departments—this volume is especially designed for entry-level health information/medical record clerks. It covers, step by step, the procedures for being a medical records clerk—from the importance of confidentiality to filing. The book serves as both an instructional guide and reference, and is especially helpful to clerks who may have been hired with no experience and only minimal training and need to get up to speed quickly. It features a copy of an actual, complete medical record and interactive exercises. Being a Medical Record Clerk. The Health Information Management Department. Numbering and Filing Methods. Processing Medical Records. Assembly of the Medical Record. Analysis of the Record. Physician Incomplete Area. Confidentiality and Release of Information. Other Medical Record Clerk Functions. For Accredited Record Technician (ART) or Registered Record Administrator (RRA) training programs.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2 Sub. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130864935