Health/ Basic Clinical Procedures

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Chart notes are kept in

A a three-ring binder with the insurance information on top

B an electronic file with the doctor's name at the top

C in alphabtetical order with the reults on the top left

D chronological order with the most recent doctor's notes on the top right

I picked A

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