Definition Edit

A medical information system is

a computer-based system that receives data normally recorded about patients, creates and maintains from these data a computerized medical record for every patient, and makes the data available for the following uses: patient care, administrative and business management, monitoring and evaluating medical care services, epidemiological and clinical research, and planning of medical care resources.[1]

References Edit

  1. Policy Implications of Medical Information Systems, at 3.

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