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Computerized Hospital Information Systems as a Tool in Quality Medicine

  • Peter Peterson
Part of the Computers in Health Care book series (HI)

Abstract

Many physicians face the question of whether or not to use the computer as a practice tool. This is especially true in hospitals that have computerized hospital information systems with physician oriented patient care applications. Although concerns persist in some quarters that computer use may be tedious or inappropriate, or even place the physician at risk, computerized hospital information systems offer the physician significant advantages over manual information processing methods, and ultimately benefit patient care.

Keywords

Hospital Information System Renal Tubular Acidosis Order Entry Patient Care Activity Diagnostic Related Grouping 
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References

  1. Anderson, J. G., S. J. Jay, S. F. Clevenger, et al. 1988. Physician utilization of a hospital information system: A computer simulation model. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 858–61. Washington, D.C.:IEEE.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1991

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  • Peter Peterson

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