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Published on 25.05.15 in Vol 3, No 2 (2015): April-June

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Works citing "Comprehensive Evaluation of Electronic Medical Record System Use and User Satisfaction at Five Low-Resource Setting Hospitals in Ethiopia"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/medinform.4106):

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  1. Kavuma M. The Usability of Electronic Medical Record Systems Implemented in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Literature Review of the Evidence. JMIR Human Factors 2019;6(1):e9317
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  2. Shiferaw KB, Mehari EA. Modeling predictors of acceptance and use of electronic medical record system in a resource limited setting: Using modified UTAUT model. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked 2019;:100182
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  4. Hariyati RTS, Hamid AY, Eryando T, Hasibuan ZA. Usability and satisfaction of using electronic nursing documentation, lesson-learned from new system implementation at a hospital in Indonesia. International Journal of Healthcare Management 2018;:1
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  5. Kleczka B, Musiega A, Rabut G, Wekesa P, Mwaniki P, Marx M, Kumar P. Rubber stamp templates for improving clinical documentation: A paper-based, m-Health approach for quality improvement in low-resource settings. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2018;114:121
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  6. Moucheraud C, Schwitters A, Boudreaux C, Giles D, Kilmarx PH, Ntolo N, Bangani Z, St. Louis ME, Bossert TJ. Sustainability of health information systems: a three-country qualitative study in southern Africa. BMC Health Services Research 2017;17(1)
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  7. Drummond JL, Were MC, Arrossi S, Wools-Kaloustian K. Cervical cancer data and data systems in limited-resource settings: Challenges and opportunities. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 2017;138:33
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  8. Cillessen FH, de Vries Robbé P, Biermans M. A hospital-wide transition from paper to digital problem-oriented clinical notes. Applied Clinical Informatics 2017;08(02):502
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  9. Syzdykova A, Malta A, Zolfo M, Diro E, Oliveira JL. Open-Source Electronic Health Record Systems for Low-Resource Settings: Systematic Review. JMIR Medical Informatics 2017;5(4):e44
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  10. Bani-issa W, Al Yateem N, Al Makhzoomy IK, Ibrahim A. Satisfaction of health-care providers with electronic health records and perceived barriers to its implementation in the United Arab Emirates. International Journal of Nursing Practice 2016;22(4):408
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  11. Tilahun B, Fritz F. Modeling antecedents of electronic medical record system implementation success in low-resource setting hospitals. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2015;15(1)
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