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The Endangered Medical Record: Ensuring Its Integrity in the Age of Informatics
Vergil N. Slee, Debora A. Slee, H. Joachim Schmidt
Saturday, April 01, 2000
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This book serves two purposes: (1) it is a comprehensive textbook on disease classification, coding and coding systems, medical records, and the history of health information systems in the U.S., including extensive appendices, bibliography, and index; (2) it exposes serious problems in our national health information "system" and proposes solutions. Written for healthcare and information professionals and students, the book is nevertheless accessible to the layperson.
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