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Clinical computing-1977

A selective review and perspective

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This work was supported in part by Grant Number 1 R03 HS 02839-01 from the National Center for Health Services Research, HRA, and in part by Grant Number 1 T15 LM 07011-01, National Library of Medicine, NIH.

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Levy, A.H., Baskin, A.B. Clinical computing-1977. J Med Syst 1, 361–374 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02222025

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