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There are also some examples of acceptable illegible signatures that sufficiently indicate the identity of the signator.For example, an illegible signature may appear on a prescription.
During each visit, the physician must also sign and date progress notes and orders.
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Section 483.40, the federal standard specifically pertaining to physician services, specifies that each resident must have an attending physician and a backup physician when that attending physician cannot be reached.
The attending physician must, in writing, recommend admission to the nursing home.