Staying Relevant in the Era of Budget Cuts and Artificial Intelligence


  • Margaret Hoogland



Editorial, September 2023


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How to Cite

Hoogland, M. (2023). Staying Relevant in the Era of Budget Cuts and Artificial Intelligence. Hypothesis: Research Journal for Health Information Professionals, 35(2).





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