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Improving Knowledge Management between Primary and Secondary Healthcare: an e-Referral Project

@inproceedings{Tian2011ImprovingKM,
  title={Improving Knowledge Management between Primary and Secondary Healthcare: an e-Referral Project},
  author={L. Tian},
  year={2011}
}
Objective: To investigate e-Referrals on improving knowledge management between primary and secondary healthcare by replacing the manual process of paper-based referrals. Method: A search of the available literature was conducted from 2000 to 2009 using the key words ‘electronic referral’ ‘structured template’ ‘continuity of care’ and ‘transfer of care’. Interviews with some experts who are working on e-Referrals were conducted to enhance the author’s knowledge of the planned Auckland Regional… Expand
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