C. B. JACKSON JR., M.D.
Some of us remember the kindly and compassionate master-clinician who, in an almost apologetic voice, imparted unrecorded observations from his practice with the comment that "you won't find this in the text." A few more of us are occasionally annoyed by our associate's incomplete record when his patient is present and he is absent. Most of us are aware that from time to time our own records are insufficient for our own needs. All of us are concerned about the uncertainties of future requirements for data in patient care and program reporting. In response to these concerns, and to improve
C. B. JACKSON. Basic Data in Ambulatory Care. Ann Intern Med. 1975;82:715–716. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-82-5-715
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