e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010 Under: death
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to travel long distances in order to have the primary physician, coroner or medical examiner to sign the death certificate. The death certificate must be signed prior to funeral services and burial.

Once a physician, medical examiner, coroner and funeral director logs in to such a system and verify the deceased they can then complete their information necessary on line and from their office or from any computer they may be using. They can each also e-sign the death certificate. By doing so no extra travel is necessary which would save lots of time for the funeral director. The completed death certificate would then be automatically registered with the department of health. once this is done an actual certificate can be made immediately available for the family and next of kin.

The benefit of e-death certificates is that it saves a tremendous amount of time for the funeral director. By having e-death certificates is that it will enable a busy physician to sign in and complete their portion of the certificate without physician interruption because they will be able to do them electronically, all that is needed is a computer and internet access. Once all the information is complete the funeral director or representative arrives to the hospital, nursing home ect. with a printout of the certificate and ensures they have all information correct with regards to pickup and transport of the deceased. They may then proceed to the funeral home and consult with the family of the deceased if any other information is necessary. By implementing e-death certificates the funeral home can focus on the other arrangements.

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e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010 Under: death
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to travel long distances in order to have the primary physician, coroner or medical examiner to sign the death certificate. The death certificate must be signed prior to funeral services and burial.

Once a physician, medical examiner, coroner and funeral director logs in to such a system and verify the deceased they can then complete their information necessary on line and from their office or from any computer they may be using. They can each also e-sign the death certificate. By doing so no extra travel is necessary which would save lots of time for the funeral director. The completed death certificate would then be automatically registered with the department of health. once this is done an actual certificate can be made immediately available for the family and next of kin.

The benefit of e-death certificates is that it saves a tremendous amount of time for the funeral director. By having e-death certificates is that it will enable a busy physician to sign in and complete their portion of the certificate without physician interruption because they will be able to do them electronically, all that is needed is a computer and internet access. Once all the information is complete the funeral director or representative arrives to the hospital, nursing home ect. with a printout of the certificate and ensures they have all information correct with regards to pickup and transport of the deceased. They may then proceed to the funeral home and consult with the family of the deceased if any other information is necessary. By implementing e-death certificates the funeral home can focus on the other arrangements.

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e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010 Under: death
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to travel long distances in order to have the primary physician, coroner or medical examiner to sign the death certificate. The death certificate must be signed prior to funeral services and burial.

Once a physician, medical examiner, coroner and funeral director logs in to such a system and verify the deceased they can then complete their information necessary on line and from their office or from any computer they may be using. They can each also e-sign the death certificate. By doing so no extra travel is necessary which would save lots of time for the funeral director. The completed death certificate would then be automatically registered with the department of health. once this is done an actual certificate can be made immediately available for the family and next of kin.

The benefit of e-death certificates is that it saves a tremendous amount of time for the funeral director. By having e-death certificates is that it will enable a busy physician to sign in and complete their portion of the certificate without physician interruption because they will be able to do them electronically, all that is needed is a computer and internet access. Once all the information is complete the funeral director or representative arrives to the hospital, nursing home ect. with a printout of the certificate and ensures they have all information correct with regards to pickup and transport of the deceased. They may then proceed to the funeral home and consult with the family of the deceased if any other information is necessary. By implementing e-death certificates the funeral home can focus on the other arrangements.

In : death 



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e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010 Under: death
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to travel long distances in order to have the primary physician, coroner or medical examiner to sign the death certificate. The death certificate must be signed prior to funeral services and burial.

Once a physician, medical examiner, coroner and funeral director logs in to such a system and verify the deceased they can then complete their information necessary on line and from their office or from any computer they may be using. They can each also e-sign the death certificate. By doing so no extra travel is necessary which would save lots of time for the funeral director. The completed death certificate would then be automatically registered with the department of health. once this is done an actual certificate can be made immediately available for the family and next of kin.

The benefit of e-death certificates is that it saves a tremendous amount of time for the funeral director. By having e-death certificates is that it will enable a busy physician to sign in and complete their portion of the certificate without physician interruption because they will be able to do them electronically, all that is needed is a computer and internet access. Once all the information is complete the funeral director or representative arrives to the hospital, nursing home ect. with a printout of the certificate and ensures they have all information correct with regards to pickup and transport of the deceased. They may then proceed to the funeral home and consult with the family of the deceased if any other information is necessary. By implementing e-death certificates the funeral home can focus on the other arrangements.

In : death 



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e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010 Under: death
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to travel long distances in order to have the primary physician, coroner or medical examiner to sign the death certificate. The death certificate must be signed prior to funeral services and burial.

Once a physician, medical examiner, coroner and funeral director logs in to such a system and verify the deceased they can then complete their information necessary on line and from their office or from any computer they may be using. They can each also e-sign the death certificate. By doing so no extra travel is necessary which would save lots of time for the funeral director. The completed death certificate would then be automatically registered with the department of health. once this is done an actual certificate can be made immediately available for the family and next of kin.

The benefit of e-death certificates is that it saves a tremendous amount of time for the funeral director. By having e-death certificates is that it will enable a busy physician to sign in and complete their portion of the certificate without physician interruption because they will be able to do them electronically, all that is needed is a computer and internet access. Once all the information is complete the funeral director or representative arrives to the hospital, nursing home ect. with a printout of the certificate and ensures they have all information correct with regards to pickup and transport of the deceased. They may then proceed to the funeral home and consult with the family of the deceased if any other information is necessary. By implementing e-death certificates the funeral home can focus on the other arrangements.

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