MOA Chapter 26 vocab
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MOA Chapter 26 vocab
Chapter 26 vocab
Medical report that provides details about the cause of a person's illness and death through internal and external examination findings.
Special mail-handling methodused to prove an item was mailed and received.
Appointment scheduling technique that groups several appointments for similar types of examinations; also called categorization scheduling.
Medical report written by a specialist who sees a patient referred by a primary physician and then returns care to the primary physician
Medical report that provides a comprehensive review of a patient's hospital stay
Appointment schedulingtechnique that schedules more ahan one patiend during the same appointment time period
Patient who has received professional services from the physician or the medical office in the past 3 years
Letter format that has all lines flush with the left margin
History and physical (H&P) report
Medical report that consists of a patient's subjective and objective data
Format used to mark off or reserve time in a schedule
Medical practice information booklet
Booklet or brochure that provides nonmedical information for patients about standard office policies
Letter format in which all lines are flush with the left margin except the first line of new paragraph, date, closing, and signature (which is centered)
Appointment scheduling technique based on the theory that each patient visit will not require the allotted time.
Patient who has not received professional services from the paysician or the medical office in the past 3 years.
Appointment scheduling technque that allows patients to be seen without an appointment.
Medical report that lists a surgical procedure performed, any pathologic specimins, the findings, and the medical personnel involved
Written findings of a patient's condition
Special mail-handling method used when the contents have a declared monetary value
Apointment scheduling technique that provides a definite time period for the patient to be seen.
Appointment scheduling technique that divides an hour block into average-appointment time slots