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As a health care administrator, how important is having the ability to read medical charts and reports? Why can abbreviations in charts be a cause of concern? How would you ensure that your staff and
other health care professionals are proficient in medical abbreviations and terminology?
As a healthcare administrator, the ability to read medical charts and reports is very important. It assists you in understanding the details on each patient's medical reports. [ By understanding this, you will be able to come up with strategies of organizing medical seminars and staff training as per the reports. ]
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