CHART SMART: When a colleague falsifies the record

December 2005 
Volume 35  Number 12
Pages 76 - 76
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SUPPOSE YOU DISCOVER that a colleague is falsifying the medical record; for example, by documenting medications that weren't given or by noting that a patient ate a full meal when she didn't. You're responsible for reporting incompetent, unethical, unsafe, or illegal practices—including falsified documentation. Not doing so could jeopardize your license.

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