In this chapter, attention is paid to the local connections within a remote office as well as to the connections from that office to either a private network or to the Internet.
You can link several computers and other devices in a remote office together to form a local area network (LAN) that functions as a workgroup (also known as a peer-to-peer network).
You can use your Microsoft Windows XP Professional–based computer to configure a remote office network connecting computers and other devices in your home, in your small business, or in the branch office of a larger corporation.
You can also establish and maintain a connection between your remote office and private networks, such as your organization’s main office, and the Internet.
Documentation integrity involves the accuracy of the complete health record.