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    Abha Agrawal, editor.
    Chapter 1. First Do No Harm: An overview of HIT and Patient Safety -- Chapter 2. An overview of HIT-related errors -- Section I. Errors Related to Various Types of Health Information Technologies -- Chapter 3. Errors related to CPOE -- Chapter 4. Errors related to alert fatigue -- Chapter 5. Unintended consequences of bar-code assisted medication administration -- Chapter 6. Errors related to outpatient e-prescribing -- Chapter 7. Errors related to alarms and monitors -- Chapter 8. Errors related to personal mobile technology -- Section II. Health Information Technology Implementation Issues -- Chapter 9. Improving clinical documentation integrity -- Chapter 10. EHR and physician-patient communication -- Chapter 11. Patient identification errors and HIT: Friend or foe? -- Chapter 12. Errors related to health information exchange -- Section III. Specialty Considerations -- Chapter 13. Safety considerations in radiation therapy -- Chapter 14. Safety considerations in pediatric informatics -- Chapter 15.Safety considerations in ambulatory care informatics -- Section IV. Organizational Considerations -- Chapter 16. Health information technology and medical liability risks -- Chapter 17. Improving safety through enterprise risk management -- Chapter 18. Managing HIT contract process for patient safety -- Chapter 19. Improving safety of medical device use through training.
    Digital Access  Springer 2016