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the backup file. The next task would be to re-enter all data that was entered from the time of the backup to the current date. A hand written backup log that documents time and date of backups and indicates the entries made between each backup cycle would be advantageous as a secondary information source. Backups should occur at least daily to minimize cost of replacing information if the system has to be restored from backup. This regular backup cycle also keeps client clinical data as current as possible. A mental list of what data has been entered is likely to be erroneous, as the database contains far too much information on patient records, claims and billings to have an unwritten source to be accurate for this data. The written record will provide a complete accounting of information that has been recorded between backups. DQ 2 Medisoft’s help feature made it easy to find the diagnosis codes that I required. I was able to look up the information I required and to enter this data easily. I had to repeat the printing procedure more than once before being able to follow this part of the process smoothly to become familiar with the program. The hint option did not offer me much assistance. I think that as I become familiar with the program, the hint option might become more useful to me.