U.S. physician EHR capability to identify patients for care 2017, by specialty

In 2017, around 55 percent of surgical care physicians in the United States had computerized capabilities to identify patients due for preventive or follow-up care. This statistic illustrates the percentage of office-based U.S. physicians who had computerized capability to identify patients due for preventive or follow-up care in 2017, by specialty.

Percentage of office-based U.S. physicians who had computerized capability to identify patients due for preventive or follow-up care in 2017, by specialty

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Release date

November 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

2017

Number of respondents

10,302 respondents

Special properties

Physicians

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