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SQL: PCP Alignment


Shows all active patients, their PCPs, and who's done the most checkups on them beginning from a reference date you specify.

A sample image of this SQL report run in the Database Viewer is shown below:


  • Checkup attribution is defined as “well note with a certain rendering provider”.
  • PCP is who they’re assigned to in the Patient Register.
  • When a Patient has had several checkups amongst two or more provider, they will be shown only with the doc who has done the most.
  • In case or a two-way tie, the patient will show twice with an entry for both providers listed as Most Doc.
  • In case of a three-way tie, the patient will show three times with an entry for each providers listed as Most Doc.


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select  patno, s1.staffname as pcp, highest_count, s2.staffname as most_doc from

select patno, max(n) as highest_count from

(select patno, p_addr_id, count(p_addr_id) as n from physical where date1 >= :start_date  group by patno, p_addr_id) 

 group by patno

) w

left outer join
(select patno, p_addr_id as doc, count(p_addr_id) as n from physical where date1 >= :start_date  group by patno, p_addr_id) 
 w2 on w.patno = w2.patno and w.highest_count=w2.n

inner join register on register.patno = w.patno
left outer join staff1 s1 on s1.staffid = register.addr_id
left outer join staff1 s2 on s2.staffid = w2.doc
where register.patno >99 and status_pat = 'ACTIVE' and register.lname <> 'TESTPATIENT'