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Andrusko-Furphy KT, Warren MN. Data Re-use: An efficient solution for outcomes data collection. 1997;3(8):22-6.

Andrusko-Furphy KT and Arnold C. Outcomes: Burden, benefit, or bust? 2000;6(7):45-50.

Barrell JM. From point A to point B: Providers share their information system strategies. 1998;4(5):49-56.

Barrell JM. How automated are you? 1999;5(5):17-20.

Barrell JM. Y2K update: Is the millennium bug eluding exterminators? 1999;5(12):33-7.

Cabaleiro J. Hiring a computer system. 1996;2(5):45-48.

Cain D. Outcomes: Are they worth it? 1997;3(8):35-7.

Chielli JJ. The coming of the information age. 1997;3(10):24.30.

Commito KA. Landmine of expense-or tool for efficiency. 2001;7(6):22-6.

Counce J. Alternate-Site IT Executive Roundtable: Infusion Pharmacy Software Company Executives Discuss Needs-Based System Design. 2008;14(4):

Counce J. HIPAA security rule imminent, providers best prepare. 2004;10(4):28-32.

Counce J. Electronic success stories: Early leaders of electronic claiming reaping the benefits. 2004;10(5):16-9.

Counce J. Medicaid simplified: How standardization could streamline home infusion claims to Medicaid. 2004;10(5):28-31.

Epstein D. An electronic claims standard for home infusion. 1996;2(6):16-20.

Everard LJ. You bought your system: Now What? 1996:2(5):51

Giglone L and Brajdic S. Making a dent in DSO: Provider’s conversion to electronic claiming contributes to bottom line. 2004;10(5):21-3.

Goodwin B.. Increasing productivity in your reimbursement department. 2006.12(2):14-7.

Hessler M. Getting there with electronic claiming: How close is your organization? 2005. 11(4):20-6.

Kaplan LK. Here comes the information age! Are providers ready? 1996;2(5):35-39.

Kaplan LK. Is there a difference in the data? Surveying standardization in performance measurement. 2000;6(7):36-9.

Klotz RS. Maximizing the productivity of your professional staff. 2000;6(5):14-8.

Lieber M. Software: A primer. 1994;1(1):30-33.

Lima HA. Selecting and implementing an infusion information management system: A systematic approach 1998;4(5):21-37.

Lima HA, Bass SG. Financial and reimbursement considerations for home infusion information systems. 1997;3(5):33-7.

Mohn-Appel H. Throw me a line: Tech support from the front lines. 2000;6(5):10-3.

Micheletti JA, Shlala TJ. Integrated clinical delivery and resource management. 1994;1(2):34-39.

NHIA. Infusion pharmacy software systems: A features comparison. 2003;9(4):36-45.

NHIA. Home infusion software vendor survey: A features comparison. 11(4):32-41.

Pereira KJ. Information systems: The crucial link in integrated health care. 1995;1(10):49-51.

Riddell MR. Technology: Improving service, quality, and profitability. 2001;7(6):14-7.

Rivers KJ, Dailey RE. Choosing a home infusion pharmacy software system. 1997;3(5):21-30.

Rollins G. Information system wish list: Providers speak out. 2000;6(5):23-5.

Saladow J. Welcome to the twenty-first century. 1996;2(12):10-18.

Saladow J. Infusion devices: Current products and features. 1997;3(9):11-69.

Sheets J and Counce J. Software conversions: Putting the “IT” in just do it. 2006. 12(4):31-6.

Shenton W. HIPAA: Is it overhyped. 2001;7(3):18-25.

Tanguay P. Key indicator reporting. 1994;1(1):26-28.

Tanguay P. Managing the medication profile. 1994;1(3):34-37.

Tanguay P. Is the sky falling? 1999;5(5):22-27.

Tanguay P. Home infusion software: A provider's perspective. 2001;7(6):32-41.

Tanguay P. The changing face of technology: How the digital age can improve your organization. 2003;9(4):22-26.

Tanguay P. Crystal clear: Mining corporate data stores for vital information. 2004;10(4):34-6.

Tanguay P. IT and beyond: Evolving technology and home infusion therapy. 11(4):31.

Tanguay P. IT and beyond: Evolving technology and home infusion therapy. 11(4):31.

Weber P. Providers and payers will soon be speaking the same language: Electronic claims under HIPAA. 2003;9(4):16-20.

Werner K. Understanding application service providers. 2001;7(3):27-33.

Williams C. The provider's best friend, or worst enemy: Selecting and implementing an information system. 1998;4(5):57-61.

Williams TD. Information systems: Getting it together. 1997;3(5):39-44.

Williams TD. Clinical automation: Providers react to the need for more patient data. 1999;5(5):11-16.

Wright B, Parks A. Taking your software to the max: It ain't what you got, It's the way you use it. 1998;4(5):18-20.