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Use of electronic health records in disaster response: the experience of Department of Veterans Affairs after Hurricane Katrina



Use of electronic health records in disaster response: the experience of Department of Veterans Affairs after Hurricane Katrina



American Journal of Public Health 97 Suppl 1: S136-S141




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Accession: 056797082

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PMID: 17413082

DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2006.104943


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