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Published on 17.02.17 in Vol 19, No 2 (2017): February

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Works citing "Virtual Visits for Acute, Nonurgent Care: A Claims Analysis of Episode-Level Utilization"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.6783):

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  8. Liaw WR, Jetty A, Coffman M, Petterson S, Moore MA, Sridhar G, Gordon AS, Stephenson JJ, Adamson W, Bazemore AW. Disconnected: a survey of users and nonusers of telehealth and their use of primary care. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2019;26(5):420
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  9. Yu J, Mink PJ, Huckfeldt PJ, Gildemeister S, Abraham JM. Population-Level Estimates Of Telemedicine Service Provision Using An All-Payer Claims Database. Health Affairs 2018;37(12):1931
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  10. Shi Z, Mehrotra A, Gidengil CA, Poon SJ, Uscher-Pines L, Ray KN. Quality Of Care For Acute Respiratory Infections During Direct-To-Consumer Telemedicine Visits For Adults. Health Affairs 2018;37(12):2014
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  11. Shaw SE, Cameron D, Wherton J, Seuren LM, Vijayaraghavan S, Bhattacharya S, A’Court C, Morris J, Greenhalgh T. Technology-Enhanced Consultations in Diabetes, Cancer, and Heart Failure: Protocol for the Qualitative Analysis of Remote Consultations (QuARC) Project. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(7):e10913
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  12. Player M, O’Bryan E, Sederstrom E, Pinckney J, Diaz V. Electronic Visits For Common Acute Conditions: Evaluation Of A Recently Established Program. Health Affairs 2018;37(12):2024
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  13. Penza KS, Murray MA, Myers JF, Maxson J, Furst JW, Pecina JL. Treating pediatric conjunctivitis without an exam: An evaluation of outcomes and antibiotic usage. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2018;:1357633X1879303
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  14. Martinez KA, Rood M, Jhangiani N, Kou L, Rose S, Boissy A, Rothberg MB. Patterns of Use and Correlates of Patient Satisfaction with a Large Nationwide Direct to Consumer Telemedicine Service. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2018;33(10):1768
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  15. Prettyman AV, Knight EP, Allison TE. Objective Structured Clinical Examination From Virtually Anywhere!. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2018;14(8):e157
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  16. McGrail KM, Ahuja MA, Leaver CA. Virtual Visits and Patient-Centered Care: Results of a Patient Survey and Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e177
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  1. Edmunds M. Consumer Informatics and Digital Health. 2019. Chapter 1:3
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