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Documentation for Athletic Training, Second Editiondetails the many types of written documentation including evaluations, discharge summaries, injury reports, and medical releases. While still covering basic principles, various styles of writing, legal considerations, and documentation for reimbursement, the Second Edition continues to stay in stride with the trends of technology, informing the reader of the benefits and challenges of electronic documentation and e-health records. What is New in the Second Edition: " New examples of standard documentation forms " Supplementary answers to appendices " Broadened critical thinking questions in each chapter " Updated chapter on electronic documentation Features: " Practice worksheets for documentation of clinical proficiencies " Chapter objectives and items for discussion to evaluate learning " #x1C;Pearls of Wisdom#x1D; emphasizing key points and professional advice " Comprehensive medical abbreviation list " Study questions in each chapter Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional material to be used for teaching in the classroom. With multiple examples of documentation and tips for success, Documentation for Athletic Training, Second Editionby Dr. Jeff Konin, Mr. John Kaltenborn, and Dr. Margaret Frederick Thompson aims to present a wide array of methods and forms, providing students, educators, and certified athletic trainers alike with a multifaceted tool box for their documentation needs.
Table of Contents
Dedication Acknowledgments About the Authors Contributing Authors Preface Chapter 1 Introduction to Documentation Chapter 2 Basic Principles of Medical Documentation Chapter 3 Types of Written Documentation Chapter 4 Styles of Writing Chapter 5 Legal Considerations in Documentation Chapter 6 Electronic Documentation Chapter 7 Documentation for Reimbursement Appendix A Board of Certification Standards of Professional Practice Appendix B Symbols and Medical Terminology Abbreviations Appendix C Worksheets for Documentation Abbreviation Appendix D Worksheets for Documentation Writing Styles Appendix E Commonly Used Forms—Information Forms Appendix F Commonly Used Forms—Privacy Forms Appendix G Commonly Used Forms—Release Forms Appendix H Commonly Used Forms—Evaluation Forms Appendix I Commonly Used Forms—Miscellaneous Forms Appendix J Commonly Used Forms—Policy Forms Financial Disclosures Index