Correcting Errors - Figure 7.14
Your patient, Ken Tanaka, recently had a chest x-ray and a sputum (saliva mixed with mucus or pus) culture. The initial diagnosis made by the physician was pneumonia. One week later, the results of the culture indicated streptococcal infection. Click on “Patient Activity History” to bring up the end of the previous office visit. Create an addendum to enter the new diagnosis into the patient chart. The date of this addendum should be one week after the “Date Created” and “Date of Service.” Review the guidelines on pages 233 and 234 of your text.
|Dr. Melinda Simmons, M.D.|
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171 Oak Drive
Bloomington, IL 61701
Chart # FAIJ000001
|Principal Provider:||Dr. Melinda Simmons||Health Record|
|Referring Physician:||Philip Ward, MD|
Patient recently moved into the area an was referred by Philip Ward, MD.
He has outstanding balance of $45.
|Patient: Additional Details|
|Demographics||Allergies||Sun View Rx History||Transcriptions||Messages|
|Insurance Records||Current Medications||All Rx History||Referrals||CCD/CCR|
|Past Medical History||Rx Refills||Form Records||Lock Users|
|Advance Directives||Family History||Rx Change Requests||Scanned Documents||Super Bills|
|Patient Confidentiality||Social History||Lab Orders||Patient Flow Sheet||Patient Ledger|
|Patient Annotations||Immunization||Lab Test Results||Active Problem List|
|Patient Activity History||HIPAA Disclosure||Patient Communication||Pending Immunizations|