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Published on 21.12.18 in Vol 6, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Processing of Electronic Medical Records for Health Services Research in an Academic Medical Center: Methods and Validation"

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  1. Ang IYH, Tan CS, Nurjono M, Tan XQ, Koh GC, Vrijhoef HJM, Tan S, Ng SE, Toh S. Retrospective evaluation of healthcare utilisation and mortality of two post-discharge care programmes in Singapore. BMJ Open 2019;9(5):e027220
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  2. Ng SHX, Rahman N, Ang IYH, Sridharan S, Ramachandran S, Wang DD, Khoo A, Tan CS, Feng M, Toh SES, Tan XQ. Characterising and predicting persistent high-cost utilisers in healthcare: a retrospective cohort study in Singapore. BMJ Open 2020;10(1):e031622
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  3. Rahman N, Ng SH, Ramachandran S, Wang DD, Sridharan S, Tan CS, Khoo A, Tan XQ. Drivers of hospital expenditure and length of stay in an academic medical centre: a retrospective cross-sectional study. BMC Health Services Research 2019;19(1)
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  4. Ng SH, Rahman N, Ang IYH, Sridharan S, Ramachandran S, Wang DD, Tan CS, Toh S, Tan XQ. Characterization of high healthcare utilizer groups using administrative data from an electronic medical record database. BMC Health Services Research 2019;19(1)
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  5. Ang IYH, Ng SH, Rahman N, Nurjono M, Tham TY, Toh S, Wee HL. Right-Site Care Programme with a community-based family medicine clinic in Singapore: secondary data analysis of its impact on mortality and healthcare utilisation. BMJ Open 2019;9(12):e030718
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