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Bibliography Sample By Robert Folden In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For BA 595
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Bibliography Adler, K. G. (2005). How to select an electronic health record system. Family Practice Management , 12(2), 55-62. Artnak, K. E. & Benson, M. (2005). Evaluating HIPAA compliance: a guide for researchers, privacy boards, and IRBs. Nursing Outlook . 53 (2), 79-87. Atherley, G. (2005). Evidence of public value and public risk of electronic health records: an issue for social justice? Healthcare Quarterly , 8(3), 96-103. Audet, A. M., Doty, M. M., Peugh, J., Shamasdin, J., Zapert, K. & Schoenbaum, S. (2004). Information technologies: when will they make it into physicians' black backs? MedGenMed 6(4), 2. Baron, R. J., Fabens, E. L., Schiffman, M. & Wolf, E. (2005). Electronic health records: just around the corner? Or over the cliff? Annals of Internal Medicine , 143(3), 222-226. Basch, P. (2005). Electronic health records and the national health information network: affordable, adoptable, and ready for prime time? Annals of Internal Medicine , 143(3), 227-228. Benin, A. L., Vitkauskas, G., Thornquist, E., Shapiro, E. D., Concato, J. & Aslan, M., et al. (2005). Validity of using an electronic medical record for assessing quality of care in an outpatient setting. Medical Care , 43(7), 691-698. Blobel, B. & Pharow, P. (2004). Implementing MDA-based distributed, interoperable, flexible, scalable, portable, and secure EHR systems. Studies in Health Technology and I nformatics , 103, 394-399. Boniface, M. & Wilken, P. (2005). ARTEMIS: towards a secure interoperability infrastructure for healthcare information systems. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics , 112, 181-189. Bristol, N. (2005). The muddle of US electronic medical records. Lancet , 365(9471), 1610-1611. Burt, C. W. & Hing, E. (2005). Use of computerized clinical support systems in medical settings: United States, 2001-03. Advance Data , (353), 1-8. Burt, C. W. & Sisk, J. E. (2005). Which physicians and practices are using electronic medical records? Health Affairs (Millwood) . 24(5), 1334-1343. Clarke, A. (2005). Implementing electronic integrated care pathways: learning from experience. Nursing Management (Harrow) , 12(2), 28-31. Cottrell, C. M. (2005). Document management: one paving stone in the path to EHR. Healthcare Financial Management . 59(5), 84-8, 90, 92. Coye, M. J. (2005). No more procrastinating. Industry must eschew excuses and move fast on electronic
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health records. Modern Healthcare , 35(7), 32. Defteraios, S., Lambrinoudakis, C. & Gritzalis, D. (2004). High level security policies for health: from
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course BA 595 taught by Professor Bobfolden during the Spring '10 term at Dallas.

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