Medical documents

Medical documents, such as health records and medical lists, are crucial to providing quality care to patients. Medical professionals use these documents to track a patient's health history, make diagnoses and prepare treatment plans. Failure to keep these documents may compromise the quality of patient care.

Medical documents are often important for research and statistics. Anonymised medical data is often used for medical research to identify trends and patterns, monitor diseases and evaluate the effectiveness of treatments. Failure to retain these documents may result in loss of valuable medical research information.

In short, the mandatory retention period of medical documents is important to ensure continuity of care, to comply with legal obligations and to enable medical research.

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