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Hajavi A, Haqani H, Akhlaqi F, Mehdi Pur U. Evaluating the Performance of the Medical Records Departments of Mashhad medical University teaching hospital (1381). jha 2005; 7 (18) :7-13
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Introduction: Supervision over main and complementary parts of planning and their evalvation, comprise the planning cycle which emphasizes on the qualitative as wellas quantitative procedures being carried out. Pervision makes the necessary reforms on the input, while evaluation takes care of midterm and longterm plans and procedures. The objective of this study was to evalvate the fonetion of medicalrecords department at Mashhad school of Medicine in 1381.

Methods: This is a cross - seetional descriptive survey study.Data collection was done through four check lists using Interviewond observation methods. Indesigning the check lists. Likret criteria was used to evaluate the checklist questions.

Findings: Non of the hospitals understudy bene fited from a M.R.A graduate. Medical Record department at Imam Reza hospital scord 94% (55.29) While Hasheminejad hospital scord 50 (29.41) the results of the surrey showed that the medical recods of Mashhad theaching hospitals with the average seove of 71.77 (42.42) had average performance range.

Results: The results of the study showed that this is highly important that spcial instructions be written for very unit of Medical Records department, for job description, on the job training courses exployement of medical records graduates, resover provision, equipment and suitable envorinment, and also periodic evalution of the function of medical records departments for the improvement of the department.

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Received: 2008/08/10 | Published: 2005/01/15

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