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Browsing Hospital and Health Care Administration by Subject "medical record, availability, completeness, Karat primary hospital, SNNPR,vi ABSTRACT Background: The completeness of medical records is key performance indicator that is related with delivery of healthcare services in the hospital and assessed with minimum set of indictors such as physician note, physician order sheet, Nursing care plan, medication administration sheet, discharge summary, progress note and clinical pharmacist record form. Objective: The objective of the study was to enhance the completeness of inpatient medical records from 22% to 60% in time period from Feb to June, 2018 at In-patient department of Karat Primary Hospital, KonsoWoreda,SNNPR Design: before-after interventional study was carried from Feb to June, 2018 using document review, observation, inpatient medical record review form and focus group discussions. Setting; Karat primary hospital, SNNPR, Ethiopia Participants: SMT, Medical director, matron and all IPD clinical staffs. Result: the overall completeness of medical records rose from 22% pre-intervention to 54% post-intervention in in-patient department of Karat primary hospital from Feb to June, 2018 with total budget of 25000.00 Ethiopian Birr. Key words: medical record, availability, completeness, Karat primary hospital, SNNPR, Ethiopia"

Browsing Hospital and Health Care Administration by Subject "medical record, availability, completeness, Karat primary hospital, SNNPR,vi ABSTRACT Background: The completeness of medical records is key performance indicator that is related with delivery of healthcare services in the hospital and assessed with minimum set of indictors such as physician note, physician order sheet, Nursing care plan, medication administration sheet, discharge summary, progress note and clinical pharmacist record form. Objective: The objective of the study was to enhance the completeness of inpatient medical records from 22% to 60% in time period from Feb to June, 2018 at In-patient department of Karat Primary Hospital, KonsoWoreda,SNNPR Design: before-after interventional study was carried from Feb to June, 2018 using document review, observation, inpatient medical record review form and focus group discussions. Setting; Karat primary hospital, SNNPR, Ethiopia Participants: SMT, Medical director, matron and all IPD clinical staffs. Result: the overall completeness of medical records rose from 22% pre-intervention to 54% post-intervention in in-patient department of Karat primary hospital from Feb to June, 2018 with total budget of 25000.00 Ethiopian Birr. Key words: medical record, availability, completeness, Karat primary hospital, SNNPR, Ethiopia"

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