Bottling Case

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4.1 ESSAY STYLE ANSWER
HIM 220
La College International
Bobbie Washington
September 23, 2012

Documentation is when statistic can be pulled and used to support the operation and management of the health case facility. The documentation is the producing of written information about something. Administration can then distribute budgets, equipment, and staff more effectively and efficiently. The query is asking a question or inquiring about something. The age of majority is the age that the state considered a person an adult and they ill have all the rights and responsibilities of adulthood. It's also an age when a become liable for their own action. The paternal duty of support to a child cease when the child reaches the age of majority. Random sampling is when you pick a certain item by name without forethought. Allocation is set apart something for a special purpose.
Documentation and Query have in common is that physicians and nurses etc. From time to time will query about what in a documentation that they are looking for. Query tend to help the facility staff have better documentation habits. You need Documentation to provide that you have reached the age of majority
One of the main use of health care documentation in a medical facility is the support of medical decision making. In order for the best decision to be made physicians need the complete history of the patient and to attain this he has to look at the documentation.
Another use would be the Continuity of patient care the people who are working together on a patient case re care need to have access to the same information in order to provide the best care.
A third use would be a patient safety without document let the nurses know what medication was given to the patient it could be dangerous for the patient if they are given the same medication back to back.

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