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Who is the only person who can authenticate the information
in a patient’s medical record?
A. The attending physician
B. The attending nurse
C. The medical facility that’s caring for the patient
D. The person who creates the data in the record


I think (c)

  • health -

    I would think it'd be the patient. I can't tell you how many times other people have misspelled my name. (Only I seem to be able to do that correctly!) And if they can't get my name straight, how can anyone be sure other data is correct either?

  • health -

    The answer is D. The person who creates the data in the record. It wouldn't be the patient

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