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Published on 02.12.13 in Vol 15, No 12 (2013): December

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Works citing "Aligning Medication Reconciliation and Secure Messaging: Qualitative Study of Primary Care Providers’ Perspectives"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2793):

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  1. Miller CJ, Sullivan JL, Kim B, Elwy AR, Drummond KL, Connolly S, Riendeau RP, Bauer MS. Assessing Collaborative Care in Mental Health Teams: Qualitative Analysis to Guide Future Implementation. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 2019;46(2):154
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  3. Kaufman BG, Spivack BS, Stearns SC, Song PH, O’Brien EC. Impact of Accountable Care Organizations on Utilization, Care, and Outcomes: A Systematic Review. Medical Care Research and Review 2019;76(3):255
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  4. Rahemi Z, DʼAvolio D, Dunphy LM, Rivera A. Shifting management in healthcare. Nursing Management (Springhouse) 2018;49(12):30
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  5. Marien S, Legrand D, Ramdoyal R, Nsenga J, Ospina G, Ramon V, Boland B, Spinewine A. A web application to involve patients in the medication reconciliation process: a user-centered usability and usefulness study. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2018;25(11):1488
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  6. Manias E, Annakis N, Considine J, Weerasuriya R, Kusljic S. Patient-, medication- and environment-related factors affecting medication discrepancies in older patients. Collegian 2017;24(6):571
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  7. Oliveira LPBAD, Santos SMAD. An integrative review of drug utilization by the elderly in primary health care. Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP 2016;50(1):163
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  8. de Jong CC, Ros WJ, van Leeuwen M, Schrijvers G. Exploring the effects of patients taking a vigilant role in collaborating on their e-medication administration record. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2016;88:18
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  9. Manias E, Gerdtz M, Williams A, Dooley M. Complexities of medicines safety: communicating about managing medicines at transition points of care across emergency departments and medical wards. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2015;24(1-2):69
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  10. . Discontinued Medications: Are They Really Discontinued?. AORN Journal 2015;101(3):396
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  11. Raghu T, Frey K, Chang Y, Cheng M, Freimund S, Patel A. Using secure messaging to update medications list in ambulatory care setting. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2015;84(10):754
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  12. Johnson A, Guirguis E, Grace Y. Preventing medication errors in transitions of care: A patient case approach. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2015;55(2):e264
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  13. Lim SY, Jarvenpaa SL, Lanham HJ. Barriers to Interorganizational Knowledge Transfer in Post-Hospital Care Transitions: Review and Directions for Information Systems Research. Journal of Management Information Systems 2015;32(3):48
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  14. Johnson A, Guirguis E, Grace Y. Preventing medication errors in transitions of care: A patient case approach. Pharmacy Today 2015;21(3):79
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  15. Haun JN, Lind JD, Shimada SL, Martin TL, Gosline RM, Antinori N, Stewart M, Simon SR. Evaluating User Experiences of the Secure Messaging Tool on the Veterans Affairs’ Patient Portal System. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e75
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2793)

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  1. Safety in Medication Use. 2015. :265
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