Electronic health records have great potential to help clinicians better manage patients with chronic diseases, such as diabetes, asthma and obesity. Disease management tools include identification of at-risk patients, lab and results alerts, and condition-specific registries.


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Unlike some other major industries, health care incorporates geospatial data only sparingly. But that could change quickly with population health a priority.

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