Learn how the Central Ohio Trauma System developed a regional standardized hand-off education plan that improved patient outcomes.
Although some things have changed dramatically because of COVID-19, the need for accurate, complete, and descriptive patient care documentation have certainly remained the same.
Public health officials in some states are accused of bungling coronavirus infection statistics or even using a little sleight of hand to deliberately make things look better than they are.
Sharing the information does not violate medical privacy laws, under guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Harnessing today's technology to the task of fighting the coronavirus pandemic is turning out to be more complicated than it first appeared.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the performance of a newly developed mnemonic for documentation and an accompanying evaluation rubric. The goal of these techniques is to improve compliance with documentation of patient care report elements.
The addition of an out-of-hospital social work program to an EMS system can have significant benefits for patients, EMS providers, EMS agencies and the communities that we serve.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told states Tuesday to include probable COVID-19 cases in their reports to the agency. Previously, most states reported only lab-confirmed cases and deaths.
Accurate and complete clinical documentation of the patient encounter is an essential aspect of providing patient care.
Prosecutors say the records were related to mandatory training courses with the American Heart Association.