TITLE

Newly registered elderly patients: who are they and why such in the transfer of their medical records?

AUTHOR(S)
Graham, Helen J.; Livesly, Brian
PUB. DATE
January 1988
SOURCE
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);1/30/1988, Vol. 296 Issue 6618, p340
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the delays affecting elderly patients in the transfer of their medical records. Definition of demographic factors with reference to accepted risk factors; Significance of the summary card for facilitating the continuing care of the patients; Solutions for the problems on records and the resettlement of high risk elderly patients.
ACCESSION #
4846280

 

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