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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. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Rashid A. Yonder: Near misses, cancer communities, binge-eating disorder, and food banks. British Journal of General Practice 2019;69(678):30
  5. 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