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Interview data on chronic conditions compared with information derived from medical records

William G. Madow

Interview data on chronic conditions compared with information derived from medical records

by William G. Madow

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington .
Written in English

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    • Subjects:
    • Chronic diseases -- United States -- Statistics.

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      Statement[by William G. Madow]
      SeriesNational Center for Health Statistics. Vital and health statistics. Series 2: Data evaluation and methods research, no. 23, Public Health Service publication, no. 1000, ser. 2, no. 23, Vital and health statistics., no. 23., Public Health Service publication ;, no. 1000, ser. 2, no. 23.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA409 .U45 no. 23
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 84 p.
      Number of Pages84
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5560507M
      LC Control Number67060023

        Data from the HHQ and medical record relating to patient demographics and to the aforementioned 13 conditions were entered into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and coded appropriately. The data from the medical record for angina, smoking and cocaine (past, present and never) condition were compared with the data from HHQ (past, present, never).Cited by: An electronic health record (EHR) is a collection of information about you and your health. It is organized in a way that makes it easy for health care providers to get the information they need to make better-informed decisions about how to treat you when illnesses arise.

      Impairment prevalence was lower in medical records than at interview for all BADLs and IADLs, and agreement between interview and medical record was .   Getting Hospital Records in Native File Format • Send request to the hospital Legal Counsel or Chief Information Officer, not the Records Custodian • Detail the information you are seeking: • ie, need to know when medical and nursing licensed personnel documented on the chart and the time the changes were made - so you want the.

      Information Use in Chronic Illness Care: a regular column written by a medical doctor with the goal to chronic conditions, having adopted aspects of the Chronic Care Model, an emerging paradigm for primary care of patients with chronic health conditions that incorporates essential features such as self-management.   Even though struggling with similar symptom burden, patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) receive less palliative care than patients suffering from malignant diseases. Researchers have found that this might be related to lack of knowledge about palliative care, insufficient interprofessional communication as well as the cyclic course of disease which Cited by:


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Interview data on chronic conditions compared with information derived from medical records (OCoLC) Online version: Madow, William G. (William Gregory), Interview data on chronic conditions compared with information derived from medical records. Interview Data on ChronicConditions Compared With Information Derived From Medical Records A methodological study of the completeness and accuracy with which chronic conditions are reported by health plan enrollees in household interviews as compared with information recorded by physicians.

Washington, D.C. May Heaith Statistics entitled “Interview Data on Chronic Conditions Compared With Information Derived from Medical Records” (Vitul and Hazlth Statistics, Series 2, No.

23). That report also in-cludes a description of the background and objec-tives of the project and some of the problems en-countered during the conduct of the study. The number and recency of medical visits for a condition were factors closely related to the reporting of conditions.

Recent impact of a condition, such as pain, emotional stress, or days in bed, had a greater effect on reporting than did the more general types of impact—e.g., routine medication or restrictions in diet. Select up to three search categories and corresponding keywords using the fields to the right.

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[William G Madow; United States. Public Health Service.; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)]. Health Interview Responses Compared with the Medical Records. Rockville, Md: National Center for Health Statistics; (Vital and Health Statistics, Series No.

7) Public Health Service, Publication No.Series 2, No. Madow WG. Net Differences in Interview Data on Chronic Conditions and Information Derived from Medical by: Although interview information is usually the sole source of data in case-control studies, the accuracy of such data is infrequently assessed.

We compared interview data on selected medical conditions and surgical procedures with medical records of Cited by: Interview data on chronic conditions compared with information derived from medical records.

Published Date: May Series: Vital and health statistics. Author(s): National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.) Title(s): Interview data on chronic conditions compared with information derived from medical records.

A methodological study of the completeness and accuracy with which chronic conditions are reported by health plan enrollees in household interviews as compared with information recorded. Cocaine Use and the Likelihood of Nonfatal Myocardial Infarction and Stroke.

Response accuracy was confirmed by a medical records review. The question had a sensitivity of 95% and a specificity of 96%. Similarly, a high Net differences in interview data on chronic conditions and information derived from medical records.

Vital Cited by:   Health status surveys and assessments typically obtain detailed information on specific physical health conditions. While such specific details are important, it is frequently also valuable to have a summarized evaluation of medical conditions which can be used to compare subjects, or for statistical analyses.

Using data from the Duke Established Populations for Cited by: Book Notes. The Doctor-Patient Relationship. PDF. Ann Intern Med. ;67(5) Interview Data on Chronic Conditions Compared with Information Derived from Medical Records.

PDF. Ann Intern Med. ;67(5) The Use of Radioisotope Scanning in Medical Diagnosis: Applications in Diseases of Brain, Lung, Liver. A medical records system is only as good as the ease of _____of the data in the record.

Parameter Any of a set of physical properties, the value of which determines characteristics or behavior, is called a(n)_________. Health Information, The Internet, And The Digital Divide Technology Use Between American Adults With and Without Chronic Health Conditions: Findings From The National Health Interview Cited by:   Understanding Chronic Conditions Through Big Data.

July It may include patients’ clinical information stored in electronic health records, billing information in the the collection of health data from a million or more volunteers 5 and will help address one of the shortcomings of big data.

To date, analysis of massive medical. Part 6: Medical Records Part 6 Medical Records The information contained in the patient’s medical record is used to assess previous treatment, to ensure continuity of care, and to avoid unnecessary tests or procedures.

These docu-ments also create a legal record that benefits the patient and his or her healthcare Size: KB. the explanation that information is generated by data that are processed in predictable ways that contribute value inputs data entered into an information system { for example, the patient's vital signes entered by a nurse or monitoring device, the admitting clerk's interview of the patient to obtain demographic information}.

CHAPTER 3: Medical Records:The Basis for All Coding 43 Content of Medical Records MRs contain administrative and clinical data that assist in the process of cod-ing. Administrative data include routine patient identification such as the patient’s name, age, sex, date of birth, address, religious preference, insurance data, and consent for File Size: 4MB.

Introduction to Medical records and Documentation revised 1. FINDING INFORMATIONIN THE MEDICAL RECORDDET 2. THE MEDICAL RECORD When you navigate the medical record you are trying to find pertinent information to include in the nutrition assessment and for your critical review.

Simply blocking third-party access to medical-record information is not the answer. New balances must be struck, recognizing not only that existing law and public policy on the subject are inadequate but also that many of the gatekeeping and credentialling functions that depend on information derived from medical records are essential.

Madow WG: Net differences in interview data on chronic conditions and information derived from medical records.Rockville, MD, US DHEW: National Center for Health Statistics, publication no (HSM).

Google ScholarCited by: Paper-based records include file folders containing copies of explanation of benefits, pharmacy receipts and medical instructions, immunization records, and similar common documents.

To share paper-based information with providers, the patient must carry his or her record (or just the pertinent parts) to every doctor visit.