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A veterinarian should give notice to clients of his or her leaving or closing a practice. The notice to clients should be a minimum of 30 days. The notice should specify the date of departure, the veterinarian's new contact information if applicable, and who the clients can choose for future veterinary care.
(4) "Inmate" means any person sentenced to the custody of the Department. (5) "Medical release" means a program enabling the Commission to release inmates who are permanently and totally disabled, terminally ill, or geriatric.
Reasons for record keeping the record assists in ensuring that animal products for human use are safe and free from veterinary drug residues. This includes meat and all other products - for example, milk, eggs, honey and wool.
13.12 Clinical and client records including diagnostic images and similar records, are the property of, and should be retained by, veterinary surgeons in the interests of animal welfare and for their own protection.
The medical record contains valuable information about a patient's medical history and individual clinical interactions. Such information supports the ongoing care for the patient by the physician and other providers.
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Archiving: The act of determining and removing patient records from the records storage room that have been dormant/inactive for two or more years (24 months from the date of the last entry in the record) to the archives.
As veterinary surgeons and nurses, we have a professional duty, imposed by the RCVS, to keep \u201cclear and accurate detailed clinical and client records\u201d. Not only are good records essential for joined-up patient care, they can also prove pivotal in dispute resolution when things go wrong.
HIPAA does not protect animals' health information \u2013 it applies to the protected health information (or PHI) of an \u201cindividual\u201d, defined as \u201cthe person who is the subject of\u201d the PHI.
What is a Medical Records Release Form? A Medical Records Release Form is used to request that a health care provider (physician, dentist, hospital, chiropractor, psychiatrist, etc.) release a patient's medical records, either to the patient, a third party (such as an employer or insurance company), or both.
California Code of Regulations section 2032.3 requires that the patient medical records be maintained for three (3) years after the date of the last visit.

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