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Published on 06.02.18 in Vol 5, No 1 (2018): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Reducing Misses and Near Misses Related to Multitasking on the Electronic Health Record: Observational Study and Qualitative Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/humanfactors.9371):

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  1. Toll ET, Alkureishi MA, Lee WW, Babbott SF, Bain PA, Beasley JW, Frankel RM, Loveys AA, Wald HS, Woods SS, Hersh WR. Protecting healing relationships in the age of electronic health records: report from an international conference. JAMIA Open 2019;2(3):282
  2. Hribar MR, Huang AE, Goldstein IH, Reznick LG, Kuo A, Loh AR, Karr DJ, Wilson L, Chiang MF. Data-Driven Scheduling for Improving Patient Efficiency in Ophthalmology Clinics. Ophthalmology 2019;126(3):347
  3. Bauer M, Monteith S, Geddes J, Gitlin MJ, Grof P, Whybrow PC, Glenn T. Automation to optimise physician treatment of individual patients: examples in psychiatry. The Lancet Psychiatry 2019;6(4):338
  4. Zhao JY, Kessler EG, Guo WA. Interprofessional Communication Goes Up When the Electronic Health Record Goes Down. Journal of Surgical Education 2019;76(2):512
  5. Khoong EC, Cherian R, Matta GY, Lyles CR, Schillinger D, Ratanawongsa N. Perspectives of English, Chinese, and Spanish-Speaking Safety-Net Patients on Clinician Computer Use: Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e13131
  6. Rashid A. Yonder: Near misses, cancer communities, binge-eating disorder, and food banks. British Journal of General Practice 2019;69(678):30
  7. Matta GY, Khoong EC, Lyles CR, Schillinger D, Ratanawongsa N. Finding Meaning in Medication Reconciliation Using Electronic Health Records: Qualitative Analysis in Safety Net Primary and Specialty Care. JMIR Medical Informatics 2018;6(2):e10167