Effect of a nursing information system on the quality of information processing in nursing: An evaluation study using the HIS-monitor instrument

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Ammenwerth E
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<https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21115392>
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2011
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Ammenwerth E, Rauchegger F, Ehlers F, Hirsch B, Schaubmayr C. Effect of a nursing information system on the quality of information processing in nursing: An evaluation study using the HIS-monitor instrument. Int J Med Inform. 2011 Jan;80(1):25–38
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Effect of a nursing information system on the quality of information processing in nursing: An evaluation study using the HIS-monitor instrument @en

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