Risk Management in Chiropractic: Record Keeping (2 Hours)
Hours: 2 (Risk Management / Boundaries Training Category)
This a two-hour self-paced distance based course designed to assist health care providers in identifying and managing the medical legal risks associated with creating and maintaining appropriate medical records.
SOUTH CAROLINA doctors - this course does NOT fulfill your mandatory Risk Management requirement. If you are looking for our South Carolina Risk Management course that DOES fulfill your mandatory requirement, go here.
There will be a minimum of ten questions on an online examination at the end of the course materials to evaluate learner knowledge.
- Hour One - Definition of Medical Records; Patient Information; SOAP Notes; Privacy and Confidentiality; Role of Insurance
- Hour Two - Consents and Legal Requirements; Legal Ramification; Filing and Records Maintenance Requirements; Reports and Financial Records
- Introduce healthcare providers to the standards of care regarding medical records
- Identify types of medical records
- Learn best practices in record keeping techniques
120 minutes of study and the completion of an online examination with a score of at least 75%
To enroll in this course, please click the link below. You will be redirected to our course platform, Instructure, to complete the transaction.
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