BC Advantage - 2018 Issue 11
Auditing looking between the lines
When given the task of auditing a group of charts, most often the scope of the audit is well defined. For me, there are times when my natural inquisitive nature turns on and I find my noticing the "timing" of parts of documentation. These are things that you would not focus an entire audit on. But rather are items that as documented do not meet the standard for appropriate documentation and could cause a "failing grade" for that note. For example, the time of signature. We all know chart documentation is supposed to be done on a...
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