theatre notes

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theatre notes

Simplistically, a hard copy that details the particulars of a surgical procedure, which generally contains demographic details of the patient (name, hospital number, NHS number, age, sex), and hand-written information about the procedure (e.g., opening and closing times).
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Previously, with operative notes, Levine says that he and his colleagues would speak into the phone and have the note get transcribed by someone--likely in another country--only to have it sent back to be edited.
Medical transcription service providers offer services mainly to transcribe History and Physical reports (H&P), Discharge Summary (DS), Operative Notes (OP), Consultation reports (CONSULT) and other reports.
I began the cross-examination with a series of questions about the defendant's operative notes.
Ensure that there are legible operative notes (typed if possible) for every operative procedure.
Make sure all reports, consultation letters, operative notes, and other essential information are present.
His operative notes did not allude to the fact that he used two ligatures.
Attending surgeons must dictate and code all operative notes within 24 hours
For example, operative notes, insurance cards, EOB notices, and other information that has been scanned and linked to each patient's account can be sent to the payer along with the letter of appeal.
THERE WAS A DISPUTE CONCERNING WHETHER THE STAPLER USED WAS A GIA 80 REFERRED TO IN OPERATIVE NOTES OR A GIA 60 FOR WHICH THE PATIENT WAS BILLED.
A trip to medical records was inevitable for physicians to sign operative notes and discharge summaries.
Six weeks after the activation of Sunrise Emergency Care, 5,000 clinicians at Long Island Jewish Hospital, Schneider Children's Hospital and Zucker Hillside Hospital began using Sunrise Clinical Manager to manage patient lists, comprehensive clinical results (including laboratory, cardiology, radiology, operative notes, ED information), and prescriber order entry for laboratory and radiology studies.
By "rising above the ERR," Shrestha explains that UMPC is embracing things such as natural language processing, and going after nuggets of information that are hidden away in unstructured notes, radiology reports, post operative notes, and picture archiving and communication system (PACS) notes.