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Fig. 3

From: Temporal relationship of computed and structured diagnoses in electronic health record data

Fig. 3

Temporal delay between computed and recorded diagnoses. a The mean time in days to receive a structured diagnosis from the time of the second signal. Means were calculated using the number of days to initial diagnosis. b Kaplan–Meier estimated probability that a patient is missing a structured diagnosis after a computed diagnosis is made (presence of two signals) for patients with hypertension (HTN, n = 90,614), diabetes mellitus (DM, n = 4836), or hyperlipidemia (HLD, n = 13,754)

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