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HCR 210 Week 5 Checkpoint - Alphabetic Filing

HCR 210 Week 5 Checkpoint - Alphabetic Filing
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CheckPoint: Alphabetic Filing

“Nothing comes before something” is a common and helpful rule for filing that means a space precedes letters or numbers when sequencing filing units. Compare the names: Lou Ann and LouAnn. The space after “Lou” in Lou Ann precedes the “A” after “Lou” in LouAnn. Therefore, in a filing system that follows the “nothing comes before something” guideline, Lou Ann comprises two filing units whereas LouAnn comprises one filing unit. Lou Ann precedes LouAnn in the filing sequence—the space comes before the letter.

 Resource: Ch. 6 of Essentials of Health Information Management: Principles and Practices

 Due Date: Day 5 [Individual forum]

 Use the “nothing comes before something” guideline as you put the following names in alphabetical order, showing the order of filing units (last name, first name, suffix.).

o Norman Bailey-Jones

o Norman Bailey Jones

o Robert D’Angelo

o Robert D. Angelo

o Robert DeAngelo

o Judith delaCroix

o Judith Dela Croix

o Franklin M. Haney

o Franklin Mac Haney, Jr.

o Franklin MacHaney, Jr.

o Franklin Mac Haney Sr.

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