1. A practice that continues to use paper forms that are scanned into the electronic record and then shredded is considered a __________ practice.
  1. The __________ owns the patient dental record.
  1. “The patient described sensitivity to biting in the upper right quadrant.” This is an example of a(n) __________ statement.
  1. The __________ of HIPAA defines the requirement of using standardized insurance codes.
  1. A/n __________ is the best defense against malpractice litigation.
  1. Standard texting and dental abbreviations are used often and interchangeably in dental records. Treatment is often abbreviated and must be standardized in the dental office to eliminate any error.
  1. Vital records are __________ documents.
  1. To correct an entry, a line is drawn through the incorrect entry and an addendum is made later in the charting notes. Correction fluid should never be used to correct an entry on a paper record form.
  1. __________ filing cabinets hold the files side by side, resembling a book shelf.
  1. A(n) __________ is a marker placed in the space that the pulled record had previously occupied.
  1. The ___________________ protects consumers from excessive phone contact or harassment.
  1. Based upon a survey of professional liability carriers, _________________ top the frequency of record keeping errors.