BHCOE Standard 101
Standard for the Documentation of Clinical Records for Applied Behavior Analysis Services
Title of Standard: Standard for the Documentation of Clinical Records for Applied Behavior Analysis Services
Abstract: This standard describes appropriate documentation for Applied Behavior Analysis Service delivery and how to provide accurate and supportive medical record documentation.
Project Need: Clinical record keeping is an integral component in clinical best practice and the delivery of quality clinical services. Regardless of the form of the records (i.e. electronic or paper), appropriate clinical records should enable continuity of care and should enhance communication between all parties impacted by the delivery of services.
Note: The proposed standard is closed for public commentary as of August 19th, 2020 at 5 PM PST.
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