ARMIS: A microcomputer-based hospital risk management information system
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Information processing is a major element of hospital risk management programs. A microcomputer-based information system has been designed and implemented in a medium-size university hospital. The design principles and the functional capabilities of the system are described here, followed by an evaluation based on the first year of operation.
KeywordsInformation System Information Processing Risk Management Management Program Major Element
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