Implementation of an Innovative Machine Learning-Based Triage Support Tool: Translating Technology and Research to Practice
Madeleine Whalen, MpH, MSN, RN, CEN; Heather Gardner, MSN, RN; Diego A. Martinez, PhD; Sophia A. Henry, MS, RN; Catherine McKenzie, BSN, RN, CEN; Jeremiah S. Hinson, MD, PhD; Scot Levin, PhD
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