Lightning rounds #9: Notes and documentation

Bryan and Brandon chat about notes: what makes a good one, their many and conflicting purposes, some structures and approaches, system- versus problem-based charting, and more.

2 thoughts on “Lightning rounds #9: Notes and documentation”

  1. I love the Podcast thanks very much. The the documentation discussion reminded me of the incredible Bouncebacks! book series, and the recently published Bouncebacks! Critical Care. This series looks at case studies documentation, medical decision making, diagnosis, diagnosic errors and medical legal aspects of medical practice. I would love to see a future episode that featured either Dr. Michael Weinstock or Dr. Gregory Henry, in order to further explore case studies viewed through the lens of documentation medical, medical decision making and the medical legal aspects of care.

    1. Great idea, Brendan. What would you want to see discussed in a medicolegal case? Maybe the key points in decision-making that bear upon later legal review?

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