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Doran D.M, Hirdes J., Blais R., G. Baker R, Pickard J., Jantzi M..  2009.  The nature of safety problems among Canadian homecare clients: evidence from the RAI-HC reporting system. J Nurs Manag. 17(2):165-74.
Doran D.M, Hirdes J., Blais R., G. Baker R, Pickard J., Jantzi M..  2009.  The nature of safety problems among Canadian homecare clients: evidence from the RAI-HC reporting system. J Nurs Manag. 17(2):165-74.
Dalby D.M, Hirdes J.P.  2008.  The relationship between agency characteristics and quality of home care. Home Health Care Services Quarterly. 27(1):59-74.
Dalby D.M, Hirdes J.P, Fries B.E.  2005.  Risk adjustment methods for Home Care Quality Indicators (HCQIs) based on the minimum data set for home care. BMC Health Services Research. 5(1):7.
Doupe M.B, Poss J., Norton P.G, Garland A., Dik N., Zinnick S., Lix L.M.  2018.  How well does the minimum data set measure healthcare use? a validation study BMC Health Serv Res. 18(1):279.
Doran D.M, Hirdes J., Blais R., G. Baker R, Pickard J., Jantzi M..  2009.  The nature of safety problems among Canadian homecare clients: evidence from the RAI-HC reporting system. J Nurs Manag. 17(2):165-74.
Doupe M.B, Poss J., Norton P.G, Garland A., Dik N., Zinnick S., Lix L.M.  2018.  How well does the minimum data set measure healthcare use? a validation study BMC Health Serv Res. 18(1):279.
Dalby D.M, Hirdes J.P, Fries B.E.  2005.  Risk adjustment methods for Home Care Quality Indicators (HCQIs) based on the minimum data set for home care. BMC Health Services Research. 5(1):7.
Doupe M.B, Poss J., Norton P.G, Garland A., Dik N., Zinnick S., Lix L.M.  2018.  How well does the minimum data set measure healthcare use? a validation study BMC Health Serv Res. 18(1):279.
Doran D.M, Hirdes J., Blais R., G. Baker R, Pickard J., Jantzi M..  2009.  The nature of safety problems among Canadian homecare clients: evidence from the RAI-HC reporting system. J Nurs Manag. 17(2):165-74.
Dalby D.M, Hirdes J.P.  2008.  The relationship between agency characteristics and quality of home care. Home Health Care Services Quarterly. 27(1):59-74.
Dalby D.M, Hirdes J.P, Fries B.E.  2005.  Risk adjustment methods for Home Care Quality Indicators (HCQIs) based on the minimum data set for home care. BMC Health Services Research. 5(1):7.
Doran D.M, Hirdes J., Blais R., G. Baker R, Pickard J., Jantzi M..  2009.  The nature of safety problems among Canadian homecare clients: evidence from the RAI-HC reporting system. J Nurs Manag. 17(2):165-74.
Doupe M.B, Poss J., Norton P.G, Garland A., Dik N., Zinnick S., Lix L.M.  2018.  How well does the minimum data set measure healthcare use? a validation study BMC Health Serv Res. 18(1):279.
Doupe M.B, Poss J., Norton P.G, Garland A., Dik N., Zinnick S., Lix L.M.  2018.  How well does the minimum data set measure healthcare use? a validation study BMC Health Serv Res. 18(1):279.
Doran D.M, Hirdes J., Blais R., G. Baker R, Pickard J., Jantzi M..  2009.  The nature of safety problems among Canadian homecare clients: evidence from the RAI-HC reporting system. J Nurs Manag. 17(2):165-74.
Doupe M.B, Poss J., Norton P.G, Garland A., Dik N., Zinnick S., Lix L.M.  2018.  How well does the minimum data set measure healthcare use? a validation study BMC Health Serv Res. 18(1):279.
Doupe M.B, Poss J., Norton P.G, Garland A., Dik N., Zinnick S., Lix L.M.  2018.  How well does the minimum data set measure healthcare use? a validation study BMC Health Serv Res. 18(1):279.