Interactive: Chronic conditions in America

By Josh Gray | January 17, 2018

This interactive data set represents more than 4 million patients who had three or more lifetime visits with their primary care provider. Explore trends in chronic conditions by selecting one or more conditions, demographics, and a patient- or visit-based view. 

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Are there other chronic conditions that have been trended through Athena such as HIV/AIDS, Co-infected HIV/AIDS with Hep C, Hep C? Thank You
Name: 
Mona
Email: 
mwhite@wfhcfl.org
Great information. Thank you for posting this.
Name: 
Sonya Hughes
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sonya.hughes@ascension.org
Hypertension is overdiagnosed and overtreated in primary care. Keep that in mind while producing and interpreting this HTN prevalence profile.
Name: 
Daniel Doyle
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ddoyle@marshall.edu
Whoa...I'm very Surprised by those Stats as I have a Sister who is Still Smoking and has Diabetes. I seriously doubt she's Aware of this!!!
Name: 
Ella W Emerson
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ellaemerson7@gmail.com
I found Heartbeat useful to help manage patients with chronic conditions and for checking personal risk levels. heartbeathealth.com
Name: 
Nayan
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n@heartbeathealth.com
And many of us over age 65 have ever increasing osteoarthritis!
Name: 
Zita
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zitasam@aol.com
I was not able to select one and only one condition.
Name: 
Julie
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furlongj@live.com
It appears as diabetics get older, they get fatter. In other words, they are not managing their diet appropriately. Seems that dietary intervention is needed. From what I have seen, there is about a 20% compliance rate among diabetics when dietary education is presented to them, another way to look at this is, there is 80% failure!
Name: 
Rich Amador
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chilla92835@gmail.com

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Interactive: Chronic conditions in America