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Stigmatizing language in medical records can send the wrong message and hinder patient care.

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An editorial in the Annals of Internal Medicine says documentation in other countries doesn't contain much compliance and reimbursement documentation. US doctors' clinical notes are, on average, this number of times as long as those of their counterparts in other countries, according to data collected from Epic.

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