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How might inaccurate data captured during the inpatient encounter result in harm to the patient? How can such errors be minimized

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    What if I had a history of HIV (not AIDS yet), but neglected to tell my new doctor about that on my first visit? What do you think would happen?

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    WHAT DOES AMR STAND FOR?

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