Linking Data From Health Surveys and Electronic Health Records: A Demonstration Project in Two Chicago Health Center Clinics
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 15 — January 18, 2018
Self-reported health behaviors of a convenience sample, study linking self-reported survey data with electronic health record data, 2 Chicago health clinics, 2014.
|Self-Reported Health Behavior||N (%)|
|Always or nearly always use a seat belt||428 (90.0)|
|Watch or reduce sodium intake||404 (60.2)|
|Consumed one or more alcoholic beverages within past 30 days||453 (59.6)|
|Engage in leisure-time physical activity||429 (58.3)|
|Consume 5 or more servings daily of fruits and vegetables||434 (42.2)|
|Currently smoke cigarettes||438 (35.4)|
|Increased medication use without medical advice within past 30 days||428 (8.9)|
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