What Are Medical Record Labels?
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Medical record labels help the administrative staff organize and identify patient and internal paperwork for accurate and prompt processing. Health systems, hospitals, clinics, physicians and more use medical record labels to retrieve patient information and maintain compliance.
Common Medical Record Label Uses In Healthcare
Medical record labels are used to communicate important information and alerts in patient charts. They identify a patient’s account, document the patient’s wishes regarding health care, maintain privacy and confidentiality, provide insurance and billing details and more.
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Types of Medical Record Labels:
Billing insurance labels and forms communicate important messages that guide the staff. They reduce errors by distinguishing bills with insurance claims, identifying past due accounts and communicating important payment information, such as friendly reminders, past due and final notices.
Advance directives document and communicate the patient’s wishes regarding health care.
Chart labels highlight important patient information directly on their medical records.
Communication labels draw attention to important information and help ensure the confidentiality of patient records.