A Hospital Information System in Continuous Operation and Expansion

  • J.-R. Scherrer
  • R. Baud
  • A Brisebarre
  • E. Messmer
  • A. Assimacopoulos
  • A. Rougé
  • D. Gurtner
  • D. Morandi
Part of the Computers and Medicine book series (C+M)

Abstract

An accurate description of a hospital information system (HIS), especially a complex one like DIOGENE (Division Informatique hOspital GENéve), cannot be done without some understanding of its political history, which is closely related to the Geneva state policy of 1964 to 1969.

Keywords

Migration Income Expense MilO Dial 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J.-R. Scherrer
  • R. Baud
  • A Brisebarre
  • E. Messmer
  • A. Assimacopoulos
  • A. Rougé
  • D. Gurtner
  • D. Morandi

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