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Published on 10.04.12 in Vol 14, No 2 (2012): Mar-Apr

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Works citing "Online Doctor Reviews: Do They Track Surgeon Volume, a Proxy for Quality of Care?"

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  1. Watkins I, Xie B. eHealth Literacy Interventions for Older Adults: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(11):e225
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  2. Verhoef LM, Van de Belt TH, Engelen LJ, Schoonhoven L, Kool RB. Social Media and Rating Sites as Tools to Understanding Quality of Care: A Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e56
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  3. Wallace BC, Paul MJ, Sarkar U, Trikalinos TA, Dredze M. A large-scale quantitative analysis of latent factors and sentiment in online doctor reviews. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2014;21(6):1098
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  4. Ellimoottil C, Hart A, Greco K, Quek ML, Farooq A. Online Reviews of 500 Urologists. The Journal of Urology 2013;189(6):2269
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  5. Tzarnas CD. Advice to a Graduating Surgical Resident; Some New “A”s. Journal of Surgical Education 2012;69(5):676
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  6. Greaves F, Pape UJ, Lee H, Smith DM, Darzi A, Majeed A, Millett C. Patients’ Ratings of Family Physician Practices on the Internet: Usage and Associations With Conventional Measures of Quality in the English National Health Service. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(5):e146
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