A survey of 815 health information management professionals finds more than half routinely work on mitigating possible duplicate patient records within their organizations.
In the survey conducted by the American Health Information Management Association, 57 percent of respondents do this work regularly with nearly three-quarters of them doing so at least weekly, while struggling to have enough resources to ensure accurate matching of patients.
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