Health System Implementation of a Tobacco Quitline eReferral.

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Summary of "Health System Implementation of a Tobacco Quitline eReferral."

 Proactive referrals through electronic orders (eReferrals) can increase patient connection with tobacco quitlines. More information is needed on "real-world" implementation of electronic health record tools to promote tobacco cessation while minimizing provider burden.


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Name: Applied clinical informatics
ISSN: 1869-0327
Pages: 735-742


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