Iranian Journal of Public Health 2017. 46(5):721-723.

Determining the Requirements and Barriers for Using Barcode Technology in the Hospitals of Tabriz, Iran
Peyman REZAEI-HACHESU, Leila ZYAEI, Hadi HASSANKHANI

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Determining the Requirements and Barriers for Using Barcode Technology in the Hospitals of Tabriz, Iran

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