Guidelines for medical record practice
World Health Organization. Division of Epidemiological Surveillance and Health Situation and Trend Assessment. (1980). Guidelines for medical record practice. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/59341
Gov't Doc #WHO/HS/NAT.COM/80.370. Unpublished
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Message from, Dr Hussein A. Gezairy, Regional Director, WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region, fourth regional e-health conference: building the electronic health record, Teheran, Islamic Republic of Iran, 7-9 September 2004 World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (2004)
Shabbir, R.; Iqbal, M.; Anwar, E.; Qadeer, E.; Ahmed, N. (2011)This study in Pakistan aimed to develop an improved record-keeping mechanism for the DOTS programme to establish the final treatment status of patients recorded as [transferred -out]. In an intervention study in 40 DOTS diagnostics centres in Punjab province, a modification was made to the existing TB03 register. DOTS facilitators were trained to keep proper records of patients who transferred-out and transferred-in. Among 4442 registered cases, 104 patients [2.3%] transferred out of reporting centres. Correct matching of [-out and -in] patients ...