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SQL: Rendering Provider vs PCP


For a date range you specify, shows all patients seen for sick and well visits along with the rendering provider for that visit, along with the patient’s assigned PCP in the REGISTER.

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


“Seen for sick and well visits” means there is an encounter note or well visit note in their chart (as opposed to who they were scheduled with or who the billing provider was).


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select patno, fname, lname, s2.staffname as pcp, appts.date1 as appt_date, s1.staffname as rendering_provider, appt_type from
select patno, date1, p_addr_id, 'sick' as appt_type from enc_note where date1 between :start_date and :end_Date
select patno, date1, p_addr_id, 'well' as appt_type from physical where date1 between :start_date and :end_Date
) appts 
inner join register r on r.patno = appts.patno
inner join staff1 s1 on s1.staffid = appts.p_addr_id
inner join staff1 s2 on s2.staffid = r.addr_id