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Computerized patient records: backbone to an emerging information infrastructure.
Med Interface. 1995 Feb; 8(2):86-8, 90-1, 107.MI

Abstract

The potential reform of our health care system has initiated market changes that include mergers, acquisitions, and consolidations. This shift in the market has created demand for immediate access to clinical information. The author predicts that the computer-based patient record system will become the clinical information source of the future, providing staff with the ability to capture, store, and communicate medical information instantaneously.

Authors+Show Affiliations

InterPractice Systems, Plano, TX 94105.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10140636

Citation

Hodgkins, M L.. "Computerized Patient Records: Backbone to an Emerging Information Infrastructure." Medical Interface, vol. 8, no. 2, 1995, pp. 86-8, 90-1, 107.
Hodgkins ML. Computerized patient records: backbone to an emerging information infrastructure. Med Interface. 1995;8(2):86-8, 90-1, 107.
Hodgkins, M. L. (1995). Computerized patient records: backbone to an emerging information infrastructure. Medical Interface, 8(2), 86-8, 90-1, 107.
Hodgkins ML. Computerized Patient Records: Backbone to an Emerging Information Infrastructure. Med Interface. 1995;8(2):86-8, 90-1, 107. PubMed PMID: 10140636.
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