Medical Scribes and Electronic Health Records.

Abstract

ume (21.1% for <16 years vs 9.6% for adults; AOR, 2.4 [95%CI, 1.2-5.0];P = .02) (19.5% for 16-17 years vs 9.6% for adults; AOR, 2.4 [95%CI, 1.3-4.6];P = .007), andneveruseof condomswith clients (35.2% for <16 years vs 8.0% for adults; AOR, 6.6 [95% CI, 3.3-13.2]; P < .001) during their first 30 days in the sex industry (Table 2). Those reportingentering the sex tradeasadolescentswere more likely to be infected with HIV compared with those entering as adults (5.9% [9/153] for age <18 years vs 1.6% [7/450] for adults; AOR, 3.1 [95% CI, 1.1-9.3]; P = .04).

DOI: 10.1001/jama.2015.6947

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@article{Soudi2015MedicalSA, title={Medical Scribes and Electronic Health Records.}, author={Abdesalam Soudi and Anna-Binney McCague}, journal={JAMA}, year={2015}, volume={314 5}, pages={518-9} }