Cost-benefit analysis of a computerized medical record system
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This paper describes the cost-benefit analysis of a computerized medical record system for use in physicans' offices. Actual data for savings in physician time in paper work was collected. The qualitative benefits of the system were evaluated using a questionnaire. The cost-benefit ratios demonstrated that the use of a computerized medical system is justified.
KeywordsMedical Record Medical System Actual Data Paper Work Record System
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