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Since writing this article I have read further comments published in the March 1989 issue of the Journal regarding FAX machines. In correspondence Irene Kearsey refers to the issue of the permanency of FAX copies. Given the rather uncertain nature of the permanency of the FAX record it is clear...
A survey of the patterns of absenteeism among clerical staff working in twenty-seven medical record departments in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory revealed that there was not a significant relationship between the bed size of the hospital (the organisation) and absenteeism,...
The content of discharge abstracts (or ‘morbidity statistics forms’ as they are popularly known in Australia) is determined by perceived needs for information about inpatients. It should be sensitive to changes in those needs. The emergence of interest in diagnosis related group (DRG) data has...
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