Electronic Medical Records

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  • Patient records may be stored by an electronic data system, microfilm, or similar photographic means. A licensee may destroy original paper records stored in this manner if the stored record can be reproduced without alteration from the original. K.A.R. 100-24-2(b)
  • Paper records may be destroyed once they are entered into an electronic record, if the electronic record is an exact replication of the information of the paper record, and the record can be reproduced in paper form from the electronic record if requested. K.A.R. 100-24-2(b), (c).
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