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Published on 08.05.19 in Vol 7, No 2 (2019): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Use of Telemedicine to Screen Patients in the Emergency Department: Matched Cohort Study Evaluating Efficiency and Patient Safety of Telemedicine"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/11233):

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  1. Turer RW, Jones I, Rosenbloom ST, Slovis C, Ward MJ. Electronic personal protective equipment: A strategy to protect emergency department providers in the age of COVID-19. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2020;27(6):967
  2. Joseph JW, White BA. Emergency Department Operations. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 2020;38(3):549
  3. Muzammil S. Telehealth: Is It Only for the Rural Areas? A Review of Its Wider Use. Telehealth and Medicine Today 2020;5
  4. LoPresti MA, McDeavitt JT, Wade K, Jahn LK, Viswanathan A, Fordis M, Yoshor D. Letter: Telemedicine in Neurosurgery—A Timely Review. Neurosurgery 2020;
  5. Gorodetzer R, Alpert EA, Orr Z, Unger S, Zalut T. Lessons learned from an evaluation of referrals to the emergency department. Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 2020;9(1)
  6. Chou E, Hsieh Y, Wolfshohl J, Green F, Bhakta T. Onsite telemedicine strategy for coronavirus (COVID-19) screening to limit exposure in ED. Emergency Medicine Journal 2020;37(6):335