A Ward Nursing System Integrated in a Comprehensive HIS
The Ward Nursing System presented in this paper is a flexible system which can be used in different ways according to the taxonomy of the ward using the system. The system is integrated in a comprehensive HIS which gives possibilities of following up the total activity concerning a patient. The ward nursing system will be presented with emphasis on the way the system can be used today, and the plans for the system’s further development.
KeywordsNursing Care Work Load Hospital Information System Nurse Workload System Today
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