Instead of an intelligent statement on the patient's condition, you have to make sure that your note includes specifically worded stuff - which usually has absolutely nothing to do with what's going on.
The idea is that if you don't say these required phrases then you must not care, and (also importantly), may not got paid by insurance. So docs have to put crap like this in their notes.
Last Friday I received a consult on an 89 year old guy who suffered a cardiac arrest at home on Monday. He'd since been on a ventilator, and clearly wasn't waking up. So neurology was needed to decide if he'd recover (yeah, I know, but that's a whole 'nother post).
Leafing through the chart, I saw this note, written on Thursday night by an internist: