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essential and legal requirement of clinical practice, wherein all relevant details of the patient's biographical and health status, together with results of clinical examination, details of diagnosis, management plan, notes of consent, interprofessional letters and ongoing treatments are recorded; should be written in black ink and stored in a lockable fireproof cabinet; patient confidentiality should be maintained at all times and computer-based records codeword-protected; patients should be allowed access to their records on request; records form an important element in any case of complaint, or issue of non-professional conduct, and will be made available to all interested parties
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Currently, many departments do not electronically record custodial interrogations despite the exceptional value and benefit to the criminal justice system, including the police, prosecutors, and courts, as well as defendants and the community.
But the NFL has never gone back and attempted to erase the records of players who used steroids prior to the ban.
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A select collection, about 150 at this time, of records of prominent individuals who have been deceased 10 years or more
Department of Education released a manual called Protecting the Privacy of Student Records.
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To address these scandals, a plethora of industry and government regulations have been passed that mandate how information in any form, electronic or paper, must be managed and retained for a specific number of years imposing varying retention schedules for records.
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All records prior to 1925 were recorded with what is called the "acoustic" process.
Most medical records are written by hand and illegible to everyone but their authors.

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