Analysis of Self-Reported Data Accuracy Among Board-Certified and Trainee Dermatologists in the CMS National Provider Identifier Registry

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Rebecca L Yanovsky
Gideon P Smith


quality improvement, national provider identifier, centers for medicare and medicaid services, data accuracy, health informatics, dermatology


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