The Records Manager is Dead Long Live the Records Manager. Tony Cobain, Head of IM&T Assurance, MIAA 2 nd May 2012. A word from the wise…. “ It's a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new life for me, and I'm feeling good” Nina Simone. Is the end of paper the end?.
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Tony Cobain, Head of IM&T Assurance, MIAA
2nd May 2012
“It's a new dawn,
it's a new day,
it's a new life for me,
and I'm feeling good”
The increasing use of electronic records and the implications for health records as a primary source of information have to be recognised, as does the increasing role and right that service users have to understand and influence the information held about them.
There are therefore four main elements for checking accuracy of data:
“Things are going great, and
they're only getting better
The future's so bright, I gotta