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Giannangelo, K., & Fenton, S. (2008). SNOMED CT survey: An assessment of implementation in EMR/EHR applications. Perspectives in Health Information Management, 5(7), 1–13.
Halamka, J. (2009). My hopes and expectations for the next year. Health Management Technology, 30(4), 10–11.
Halamka, J., Overhage, J., Ricciardi, L., Rishel, W., Shirky, C., & Diamond, C. (2005). Exchanging health information: Local distribution, national coordination. Health Affairs, 24(5), 1170–1179.
Hammond, W. E., Jaffe, C., & Kush, R. D. (2009). Healthcare standards development: The value of nurturing collaboration. Journal of AHIMA, 80(7), 44–50.
Indrajit, I., & Verma, B. (2007). DICOM, HL7 and IHE: A basic primer on healthcare standards for radiologists. Indian Journal of Radiology & Imaging, 17(2), 66–68.
Kabachinski, J. (2006). What is Health Level 7? Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology, 40(5), 375–379.
Niess, D. (2006). Creating the Continuity of Care Record (CCR)—The time is right! Leading Edge, 3(2), 1.
Ryan, A., & Eklund, P. (2008). A framework for semantic interoperability in healthcare: A service oriented architecture based on health informatics standards. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 136, 759–764.
Sheng, G., Mioc, D., Xiaolun, Y., Anton, F., Oldfield, E., & Coleman, D. (2009). Towards web-based representation and processing of health information. International Journal of Health Geographics, 8, 1–14.
Simpson, R. (2000). XML: Health care’s killer application? Nursing Management, 31(8), 10–12.
Wright, M., Ballance, D., Robertson, I., & Poteet, B. (2008). Introduction to DICOM for the practicing veterinarian. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound: The Official Journal of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the International Veterinary Radiology Association, 49(1), S14–S18.
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