Use of Electronic Health Records on Days Off: Comparing Physicians to Other EHR Users

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This work was financially supported in part by the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health under award number T15LM012502.

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Mr. Apathy has nothing to disclose. Dr. Vest has nothing to disclose. Dr. Menachemi has nothing to disclose. Dr. Morea has nothing to disclose. Dr. Harle reports personal fees from Indiana Health Information Exchange, personal fees from New York eHealth Collaborative, personal fees from RTI International, outside the submitted work.

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Apathy, N.C., Harle, C.A., Vest, J.R. et al. Use of Electronic Health Records on Days Off: Comparing Physicians to Other EHR Users. J GEN INTERN MED (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-020-06078-5

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