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What are the characteristics of the practices of physicianswho have adopted electronic health records?
by Bagdadi, ErumFatima, M.Sc.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 48 pages; 1507620.
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Patient-provider email communication: An innovation or a setback?
by Kodali, Parnika S., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 41 pages; 1522637.
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Electronic medical records adoption between solo and group practices versus health maintenance organizations
by Aksoy, Melissa, M.H.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 42 pages; 1522615.
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The Association Between Electronic Prescriptions and New Prescription Abandonment in the Elderly
by Forestal, Doris Alexandra, Ph.D.  University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. 2018: 137 pages; 10904831.
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Examining Acceptance of an Integrated Personal Health Record (PHR)
by Morton, Alicia A., D.N.P.  University of Maryland, Baltimore. 2011: 69 pages; 3484177.
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Exploring the Use of Electronic Health Record-Linked Biorepositories for Pharmacogenomic Application and Discovery
by Gonzaludo, Nina, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2015: 102 pages; 3725479.
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Informational privacy protections: Do state laws offer public health leaders the flexibility they need?
by O'Connor, Jean C., Dr.P.H.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2009: 137 pages; 3387969.
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Development and evaluation of new strategies to enhance public health reporting
by Rajeev, Deepthi, Ph.D.  The University of Utah. 2013: 231 pages; 3594716.
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Bayesian Nonparametric Methods for Analysis of Electronic Health Records
by Xu, Dandan, Ph.D.  University of Florida. 2016: 108 pages; 10679207.
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Incorporating Personal Health Records into the Disease Management of Rural Heart Failure Patients
by Baron, Karen Parsley, Ph.D.  Nova Southeastern University. 2012: 200 pages; 3544408.
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Health Information Infrastructure: Flows and Frictions
by Chung, Dahee, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2017: 205 pages; 10606136.
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Clinical documentation: Influence of payer mix on electronic medical record functionality
by Veal, Bonita Wells, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 62 pages; 1523067.
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Implementation and utilization of electronic medical records: An analysis
by Sonico, Eric A., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 44 pages; 1522655.
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Assessing Value Added in the Use of Electronic Medical Records in Nigeria
by Abimbola, Isaiah Gbenga, Ph.D.  Walden University. 2015: 200 pages; 3702058.
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Value-based teaching: A grounded theory of internalizing accountability in teaching documentation
by Koerber-Timmons, Monte' Karen, Ph.D.  University of Phoenix. 2014: 261 pages; 3647751.
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Ambulatory care electronic health record adoption: Payer mix as an indicator of adoption or planned adoption
by Gorrill, Brian, M.S.H.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 52 pages; 1520901.
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Cancer reporting: Timeliness analysis and process reengineering
by Jabour, Abdulrahman M., Ph.D.  Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis. 2016: 165 pages; 10133763.
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Best practices to establish successful mobile health service in a healthcare setting
by Andrews, Kathy M., Ed.D.  Pepperdine University. 2016: 160 pages; 10251009.
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Nursing perceptions of electronic documentation
by Daly, Gregory, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 66 pages; 1521616.
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