Risk Checklist: Documentation Essentials

August 17, 2021

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Documentation serves many purposes, from patient care record keeping, to communications, to coding and billing, and even data for quality improvement. It may also preserve information that is critical to the defense of a legal action.

Download our Documentation Essentials Checklist to help review important risk management strategies for documentation and identify potential areas for improvement.


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