Online interactive case-based sessions

Overview

Medical Record-Keeping is an interactive online program that addresses the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Medical Record Keeping Policies. Using case-based exercises, peer assessments and training on practice tools, the program provides participants with skills needed to keep good medical records for their patients and their practice.

Learning Objectives

After active engagement in this program, you will be better able to:

  • Identify the benefits of keeping good medical records for your patients, their families, other medical providers and yourself
  • Articulate how your medical records must comply with CPSO policies and legislation as they relate to medical practice
  • Use appropriate documentation tools when documenting any clinical encounter

Target Audience

This program is designed for physicians from multiple disciplines looking to improve their medical records in practice. It will be of benefit to those who wish to become familiar with documentation tools for clinical encounters and to comply with CPSO policies and legislation as they relate to record keeping.

Cohort Program Dates

The program is offered monthly from September to December and January to May each year. Participants must register in one of the upcoming cohorts to complete the sessions and selectives.

There are four cohorts to choose from.

  • Cohort 1
    September 17, 22, 23, 29 & October 6

  • Cohort 2
    October 13, 20, 21, 28 & November 3

  • Cohort 3
    November 1, 3, 4, 10 & November 18

  • Cohort 4
    November 17, 24, 25, December 1 & 9

See the agenda page for specific dates and times.

Accreditation Letter and Assessment

Letters of accreditation and your assessment will be issued as follows:

Fall 2021 Cohorts

  • Cohort 1 & 2: November 2021
  • Cohort 3 & 4: January 2022

93% of participants felt confident they could assess and improve their Medical Records Practice.

"Very helpful! The template and resources are great - they will help me to improve my practice."

"This has reinvigorated me and made me consider new directions in patient care."