How to Improve Access to Data from Epidemic Surveillance and Electronic Health Records in order to Advance Research in Portugal
Keywords:Data Collection, Delivery of Health Care, Epidemiologic Research Design, Health Services Research, Information Storage and Retrieval, Medical Records Systems, Computerized, Portugal, Public Health Systems Research, Routinely Collected Health Data
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