Design Considerations for Transplant Information Systems
Medicine can be characterized as a scientific area with special emphasis on experience, communication and applied research. Experience comes from analysis or review of results of a number of diagnosed patients and treatments which are documented in medical records. Every physician has his way of fulfilling this medical duty. Epidemiologists draw conclusions from these medical records; in specific studies they register cases in a controlled way under standardized conditions.
KeywordsMedical Informatics Medical Process Medical Information System Patient Information System International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry
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