Definition of Electronic Patient Records?

Answer The medical industry uses electronic patient records as a means of establishing a more convenient and efficient system for tracking patient information. With electronic patient records, health care... Read More »

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How many years do i need to keep chiropractic patient records in california?

Licensed chiropractors in the state of California are mandated by the Board of Chiropractic Examiners to retain patient records for a period of five years from the patient's last treatment. Both ac... Read More »

How many patient records can be stored on the Medics DocAssistant software?

MedicsDocAssistant Electronic Health Records software is integrated into a health practice's already existing system. It does not store patient records. Those are stored on the practice's computer ... Read More »

How long are dentists required to keep patient records in Colorado?

The state of Colorado requires dentists to retain dental records of adult patients for seven calendar years from the date of the patients' last appointment. For patients under the age of 18, dentis... Read More »

Does a patient have to release medical records for an insurance claim?

In most cases, the responsible insurance company will require the injured party or the guardian to release any and all medical records concerning a claim via a signed statement before a claims paym... Read More »