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Evaluation of telephone first approach to demand management in English general practice: observational study.

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Sep 28, 2017

Objective To evaluate a "telephone first" approach, in which all patients wanting to see a general practitioner (GP) are asked to speak to a GP on the phone before being given an appointment for a face to face consultation.Design Time series and cross sectional analysis of routine healt

Secretaries' role in EHR Documentation and the Implications of Establishing a Structured EHR System.

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Aug 12, 2015

Secretaries play an important quality assurance role in today's medical record production. This study aimed to identify quality assurance tasks that a future system cannot easily compensate for when developing a new structured EHR in which the physicians do the writing themselves.

Mobile technologies and communication strategies in an urban Midwifery Group Practice setting. An exploratory study.

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Dec 03, 2013

BACKGROUND: Around-the-clock access to a known midwife is a distinct feature of Midwifery Group Practice (MGP) and caseload midwifery settings; although the literature suggests this aspect of working life may hinder recruitment and retention to this model of care.

Using a personal digital assistant to streamline the OR workload.

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Dec 24, 2003

PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS (PDAs), are handheld minicomputers used for tasks such as referencing, documentation, and data storage and retrieval.

Mobile real-time data acquisition system for application in preventive medicine.

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May 28, 2010

In this article, the development of a system for online monitoring of a subject's physiological parameters and subjective workload regardless of location has been presented, which allows for studies on occupational health.

Cardiac effects of momentary assessed worry episodes and stressful events.

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Nov 27, 2007

OBJECTIVE: To hypothesize that increased heart rate (HR) and decreased heart rate variability (HRV) occurs not only during stressful events but also during episodes in which stress is cognitively represented, but not necessarily present, i.e., during worry.

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