Summarising Medical Records
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9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Monday 25th January 2021
Who Should Attend?
The Summarising Medical Records & QOF course will allow delegates to gain hands-on experience of organising and summarising medical records, as part of a highly skilled , motivational and flexible workforce.
Delegates will also learn associated abbreviations and appreciate confidentiality issues surrounding medical records. In addition the course enables delegates to understand the relevance of summarising in relation to the achievement of QOF clinical targets. Helping to pass on training across healthcare environments.
The practical lessons will be discussed in the light of each delegate’s own practice protocol. Delegates will be provided with a course manual and a certificate upon completion of the course.
The course is designed to enable participants to:
understand the importance of having a logical approach to summarising medical records;
create protocols for summarising medical records in conjunction with the Practice Manager and GPs;
be able to summarise medical records in an efficient and effective manner;
gain an overview of QOF clinical targets and how summarising can help in the achievement of these targets;
understand how confidentiality can become compromised in the process of summarising;
have an overview of the Data Protection Act in so far as it relates to their role;
identify issues that they need to follow up when returning to their place of work.
Supporting STP goals of workforce development and upskilling Practice teams.
Please note that this course does not cover any issues in relation to practical issues of computer data entry or specific read code usage.
Max Participants: 15