Automated electronic reminders to prevent miscommunication among primary medical, surgical and anaesthesia providers: a root cause analysis

Freundlich, Robert E.; Grondin, Louise; Tremper, Kevin K.; Saran, Kelly A.; Kheterpal, Sachin
October 2012
BMJ Quality & Safety;Oct2012, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p850
Academic Journal
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