Principles of Instrumentation for the Dental Professional (2-downloads), 1st edition
Published by Pearson (January 7th 2019) - Copyright © 2018
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For courses in administrative medical assisting and comprehensive medical assisting.
A comprehensive practical guide to electronic health records in the medical office
More than a wealth of practice exercises, Electronic Health Records for the Medical Office details not just the how but also the why of EHR procedures and principles. It introduces concepts in an order consistent with patient workflow – from patient registration and scheduling, to recording patient medical history and physical exams, to billing and coding. Step-by-step exercises, mapped to accreditation requirements, provide hands-on experience with actual EHR software, while helping students think critically about the relationship between EHR and the complete spectrum of patient care.
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Table of contents
1. Introduction to Electronic Health Records
2. Using the EHR Software
3. Understanding the Patient Workflow
4. Recording Patient Medical History
5. Documenting the Physical Examination
6. Routine Exams and Prevention
7. Ordering and Reporting Clinical Tests
8. Diagnosing and Patient Management
9. Using Clinical Decision Support Systems
10. Clinical Results Reporting
11. Coding and Reimbursements
12. Comprehensive Practice Exercises
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