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Examples of progress notes/office visits

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    Greensboro, NC
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    I am working with a hematology/oncology physician and we have looked at multiple progress notes/office visit notes, and the physician has not found one that they feel comfortable with. If anyone could share an example, I would greatly appreciate it. We have also been looking a medical history forms for our patients and are not pleased with the ones that we have looked at, most of them are geared for family practice, so if anyone can steer me in the right direction to find out, I would be grateful.
    Thanks so much, my direct email address is:
    Cynthia Robinson, RT, CPC

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    A lot of times the format of the documentation is dictated by the software you use. My office uses NextGen, and the docs have been able to set up the formatting so it meets their needs, and is easily readable. Sometimes just creating a new form by using the aspects of other forms you like can be the best way to go. Good luck!

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