Communication is key to ensuring accurate medical records
Approximately 80% of medical records contain inaccurate information, posing serious health risks for patients. Many physician practices and health systems simply do not update medical records on a regular basis, thus leaving them incomplete. To ensure the safety of patients and eliminate potential liabilities for practices and hospitals, medical records cannot be overlooked.
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