New Issue/New Provider?

JuliaGiddens

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Hello! I work for a clinic with multiple providers at multiple locations. Frequently, a patient will be seen by a PCP at one location, be diagnosed with a chronic issue (ie, hypertension) then, switch locations and PCP's. They will come to see their new PCP with the hypertension, and the new provider switches medications. Would this be considered an established problem, as the patient has seen a family practice provider for the same issue in the past? Or new because it is a new issue to this provider?
 
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