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Evaluating automated hospital information systems
|Other titles||SEAHIS, Software for Evaluating automated hospital information systems., S.E.A.H.I.S., Software for Evaluating automated hospital information systems., Software for Evaluating automated hospital information systems.|
|Statement||by the Lutheran Hospital Society of Southern California, Research and Development Department ; [Dennis W. Strum, principal investigator ; James G. Campbell, project director].|
|Contributions||Strum, Dennis W., Campbell, James G., Lutheran Hospital Society of Southern California. Research and Development Dept., Center for Health Management Research (Lutheran Hospital Society of Southern California)|
|LC Classifications||RA971.6 .E9 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||360 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|ISBN 10||0942452038, 0914957023|
|LC Control Number||82012970|
This book presents and discusses the most recent innovations, trends, results, experiences and concerns with regard to information systems. Individual chapters focus on IT for facility management, process management and applications, corporate information systems, design and manufacturing automation. Abstract. Objective Alerting systems, a type of clinical decision support, are increasingly prevalent in healthcare, yet few studies have concurrently measured the appropriateness of alerts with provider responses to alerts. Recent reports of suboptimal alert system design and implementation highlight the need for better evaluation to inform future Cited by:
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Types of Systems Systems Models Categories of Information Summary Questions Objectives • Defining a system • The role of computer in information systems • What are the characteristic and element of information system • What are the various types of information system and modelsFile Size: KB. An unprecedented federal effort is under way to boost the adoption of electronic health records and spur innovation in health care delivery. We reviewed the Cited by:
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