volume 79, issue 5, P697-701 2018
DOI: 10.15288/jsad.2018.79.697
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Abstract: Alcohol screening and brief intervention (BI) are recommended preventive health practices. Ve terans Health Administration (VA) uses a performance measure to incentivize BI delivery. Concerns have been raised about the validity of the BI performance measure, which relies on electronic health record (EHR) documentation. Our objective was to assess concordance between EHR-based documentation and patient-reported receipt of BI, and to examine correlates of concordance. Method: Patients with a documented positive …

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