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The changing role of health information managers.
Health Data Manag. 1999 Oct; 7(10):72-4, 76, 78-80.HD

Abstract

Torn between paper and computers, health information managers are searching for their niche in a health care industry that's using more data in more ways. And information technology is forcing them to redefine their role.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10622926

Citation

Gillespie, G. "The Changing Role of Health Information Managers." Health Data Management, vol. 7, no. 10, 1999, pp. 72-4, 76, 78-80.
Gillespie G. The changing role of health information managers. Health Data Manag. 1999;7(10):72-4, 76, 78-80.
Gillespie, G. (1999). The changing role of health information managers. Health Data Management, 7(10), 72-4, 76, 78-80.
Gillespie G. The Changing Role of Health Information Managers. Health Data Manag. 1999;7(10):72-4, 76, 78-80. PubMed PMID: 10622926.
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