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Schaum's Outline of Medical Charting

Schaum's Outline of Medical Charting

1st Edition
By Jim Keogh
ISBN10: 0071736549
ISBN13: 9780071736541
Copyright: 2013

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ISBN10: 0071736549 | ISBN13: 9780071736541



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Program Details

1. Charting basics
2. Legal Aspects of Charting
3. Charting and the Nursing Process
4. Care Plans
5. Charting for Acute Care
6. Charting for Home Care and Long Term Care
7. Computerized Charting
8. Transmitting and Securing Electronic Charts
9. Storage and Retrieving Electronic Charts
10. Computerize Charting and Controls

About the Author

Jim Keogh

Jim Keogh is on the faculty of Columbia University teaching courses in its technology certification program. He has spent 15 years developing computer systems for major Wall Street firms such as Salomen, Inc. and Bear Stearns and has written several best-selling books for Prentice Hall and IDG.