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Page 1: "The Electronic Medical Record" by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Page 2: "Drug Capsule" © iStockphoto / by Anthony Coulie

Page 3: "Information Flow Diagram" by Alexander S. Gard-Murray and Yaneer Bar-Yam

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