when constructing a query, in the risk factors and the treatment options section, if you forget to add the source document and date, does that make the query a poorly written query according to industry standards?
I'm so mouthy today!! poorly written maybe, invalid or leading, I would say no.
I would say yes, poorly written, because if the provider wanted to validate it, it could cause more of a challenge. Ideally you want to make that easy for them.
That being said, some would argue, that without everythign being pefect in a query, it's leading, but that is not what the practice brief said in 2016 "