Are electronic medical records associated with improved perceptions of the quality of medical records, working conditions, or quality of working life?. Karsh, B.; Beasley, J. W.; and Hagenauer, M. E. Behaviour & IT, 23(5):327-335, 2004.
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  author = {Karsh, Ben-Tzion and Beasley, John W. and Hagenauer, Mary Ellen},
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  title = {Are electronic medical records associated with improved perceptions of the quality of medical records, working conditions, or quality of working life?},
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