Over the last several months I've detailed the complexity of organizing and analyzing medical records. Clearly, it takes a great deal of time to do this task justice. If just anyone could read medical records, you wouldn't need someone with medical background to assist in correct interpretation and preparation (the keys to any successful case)
Electronic medical records (EMRs) produce new—and sometimes confusing and voluminous—documentation. Understanding the implications of the transition from paper to electronic record, both generally and specifically, helps you make sense of all of this information.
The full name might be unpronounceable, but CRE is too scary to ignore. When we think of the term "superhero," we often envision a character that possesses superhuman strength, extraordinary talents, and the overwhelming dedication to protecting the public from harm. However, now we shift gears to think about the emergence of the Superbug. While this new breed of microorganisms possesses similar qualities to superheroes, they are, in fact, the arch nemesis.