Electronic health records are doing a poor job of capturing mental health diagnoses, visits, specialty care, hospitalizations, medications and other vital data, raising concerns about the potential for medical errors and risks to patient safety.

That’s the finding of an analysis by Boston’s Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, which recently published its results in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.

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