3 edition of Essential problems in terminology for informatics and documentation found in the catalog.
Essential problems in terminology for informatics and documentation
1979 by All-Union Institute of Scientific and Technical Information in Moscow .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||International Federation for Documentation, Committee on Terminology of Information and Documentation (FID/DT).|
|Series||FID,, 569, FID publication ;, 569.|
|Contributions||International Federation for Documentation. Committee on Terminology of Information and Documentation.|
|LC Classifications||Z665 .E8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||81163299|
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Documentation: Establish documentation criteria for providers, including specific diagnostic terms that are consistent with clinical definitions and compliant with coding regulations.
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The format that documentation takes can be as varied as the creator’s mind permits.LEARNING OBJECTIVES. Readers of The Essential EBUS Bronchoscopist© should not consider this a test. In order to most benefit from the information contained here-in, every response should be read regardless of your answer to the question.Specifically designed for clinical information systems, the CCC facilitates nursing documentation ebook the point-of-care.
The CCC was developed empirically through the examination of approximat textual phrases representing nursing diagnoses/patient problems, phrases depicting patient care services and/or actions.