Researchers from King's College, London, have concluded that weight management efforts in primary care need to be better documented in electronic records in order to assist caregivers and patients at the individual level, and also to buttress public health efforts at reducing obesity.

Overall, the researchers found that weight management care given to even morbidly obese patients touched only about 40 percent of patients.

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