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Physicians’ Needs for Computer-based Patient Records

  • Clement J. McDonald
Part of the Computers in Health Care book series (HI)

Abstract

Much of clinical data are already stored somewhere in machine-readable form.

Keywords

Structure Query Language Journal ofInfectious Disease Quality Assurance Review Automate Patient American Society forTesting Material 
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  • Clement J. McDonald

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