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  • Electronic Medical Records, Healthcare, and the Patient 

    Kuoni, Shaun (2012-05-07)
    After several decades of development, Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) are now exerting a more significant impact on healthcare practices than ever before. Although most of the reasons for implementing EMRs focus on ...
  • The Evolution of Health Maintenance Organizations 

    Paynter, Stewart (2012-04-25)
    This thesis focuses on the development of Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) in the twentieth century. While the origins of the movement in the 1930s and 1940s are discussed, emphasis is also placed on the early 1970s ...
  • Thomas Kuhn and Abiotic Oil 

    Culham, Edward (2013-05-24)
    The dominant theories of oil generation are fossil fuel and abiotic oil (the latter also known as the abiogenic or R-U theory). For decades, United States scientists have held that oil is created by decaying life forms ...
  • The Thomas-Taussig-Blalock Shunt: Partners of the Heart 

    Thompson, Erin C. (2012-05-04)
    ABSTRACT The Thomas-Taussig-Blalock Shunt: Partners of the Heart Erin C. Thompson Director: James Marcum, Ph.D. Three individuals played important roles in the development of the surgical procedure to fix the ...