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Information Management: Use of Computerized Information for Local and National Health Care Planning Purposes

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Citation Edit

General Accounting Office, Information Management: Use of Computerized Information for Local and National Health Care Planning Purposes (Oct. 17, 1980) (full-text).

Overview Edit

A study was presented on the design and use of a computerized information system for planning the provision of health care services in a large industrial city. The information system can obtain current and future estimates of: (1) what is being provided and achieved by an existing health care system; (2) unsatisfied health care needs; (3) the likely costs for additional health care to satisfy those needs; and (4) the likely reductions in illnesses and increases in personal capabilities over a set period of time if those needs were satisfied.

Additionally, the essential features of the different data elements in the information system were presented.

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