Medical Condition

A medical condition is a broad term that includes all diseases, lesions, disorders, or no pathologic condition that normally receives medical treatment, such as pregnancy or childbirth.

The list of common diagnoses, therefore, represent a combination of the prevalence of certain conditions in the U.S. population, as well as the kinds of practices using the EHR. Not being a specialty-focused system, the findings are what PCPs see in their offices. Recognize also that the data set is quite large (there are now over 7,000,000 patients that have been uploaded into the system, making it one of the largest medical data repositories in the country).

The findings should not be too surprising: hypertension, hyperlipidemia and diabetes are the most common diagnoses among patients seen by Practice Fusion-using physicians. Back pain, anxiety and obesity follow closely behind. The details can be seen here:

25 most common diagnoses:

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Hypertension

Hyperlipidemia

Diabetes

Back pain

Anxiety

Obesity

Allergic rhinitis

Reflux esophagitis

Respiratory problems

Hypothyroidism

Visual refractive errors

General medical exam

Osteoarthritis

Fibromyalgia / myositis

Malaise and fatigue

Pain in joint

Acute laryngopharyngitis

Acute maxillary sinusitis

Major depressive disorder

Acute bronchitis

Asthma

Depressive disorder

Nail fungus

Coronary atherosclerosis

Urinary tract infection

Addiction

Alcohol Consumption Anemia

Anemia

Autoimmune Disease

Bacterial Infection

Blood Clotting

Blood Typing

Bowel Disorders

Cancer

Cardiac Marker

Diabetes

Electrolytes

Inflammation

Kidney Function

Lipids Profile

Liver Function

Menopause

Myocardial Infarction

Ovulation

Pancreatic Disorders

Parasite Infection

Pregnancy

Rheumatoid arthritis

Sickle-cell Anemia

Syphilis

Thyroid Disorders

Toxoplasmosis

Tumor Marker

Urinary Tract Infection

Viral Infection