You have been asked by your supervisor to write a policy for health record documentation requirements. The
policy needs to address the content of the reports, any time, and frequency requirements.
Be sure to review the articles below from your assigned reading.
AHIMA Practice Brief â€“ Documentation Requirements for the Acute Care Inpatient Record
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Practice Brief – Fundamentals of the Legal Health Record and Designated Record Set
This practice brief compiles and updates information to provide an overview of the purposes of the designated
record set, the legal health record, and helps organizations identify what information to include in each. It also
provides guidelines for disclosing health records from the sets.
Complete the following
unet also uses close-ups to mark the end of sequences: “Looping crane shots, rapid zooms, and dizzying montage passages give way to several seconds of Tautou, absolutely still, staring directly into the camera, an object of our lingering gaze.”As with every other aspect of the film, Tautou’s face does not escape Jeunet’s aesthetic edits, serving the superficial narrative as much as-if not more than-the fantastical Paris. As a shot, close-ups, in the terms of Eisenstein, are both individuals and collectives. In presenting Amelie through close-ups, she is presented as an icon, both an “imagined friend and an inaccessible ideal”. The combination of proximity and distance that enables the success of a media icon is an ideal employed by Jeunet. Like a media icon, Amélie provides the audience with traces of reality: opportunities for autonomy, references to past-cinema, while simultaneously isolating the world of the movie through the heavily stylised aesthetics and edited visuals. The close-up presents a dualistic paradox for the viewer. There is an intimacy in the proximity of the shot which, as severed from the ‘bigger picture’, necessitates the abstraction of information; the close-up, in its narrow perspective, refers viewers beyond the immediate. The multitude of close-ups of Tautou’s face, presents Tautou iconically, as they create a pause in the film, providing the audience with multiple instances to reflect on the image in and of itself. The power of the close-up comes from the referential value attributed to it. The close-ups of Tautou therefore give the audience an opportunity for their own autonomous imaginative response to the film by pausing the action visually and temporally. As such, the close-up is a strategy that exemplifies greater themes of the film: the spectator and the significance of the image. In presenting Tautou’s face so iconicly throughout the movie, Jeunet is provoking the relationship between film and spectatorship and subverts Hollywood’s mindlessness through creating providing a platform in which the act of autonomous thought is curated. As an international director, trained in advertisement, and having completed a big-budget Hollywood film, Jeunet uses his understanding of the power of the image to empower his audience to acknowledge the mechanised, technically enhanced visuals presented in Amélie. Jeunet understands the role of the watcher, the consumer of media, and in the era of Hollywood’s cultural hegemony, Jeunet uses the power of the image, the spectacle, and the cinema, to subvert Hollywood’s hegemonic experience, to creating a platform for autonomy within Amélie. Crafted with a deep understanding of the role of the image in contemporary society, Jeunet’s film expertly empowers the audience beyond mere consumers of media, without isolating>GET ANSWER