Optimizing the Use of Chief Complaint Diagnosis for Operational Decision Making An EMR Case Study of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services used an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system to support healthcare decision-making and report patient encounters. The authors share lessons learned, including the need to improve the EMR diagnosis categorization process since close to half of the records were missing medical data.
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