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Strategies for Healthcare Information Systems
Robert Stegwee, Ton Spil
Idea Group Publishing
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Information technologies of the past two decades have created significant fundamental changes in the delivery of healthcare services by healthcare provider organizations. Many healthcare organizations have been in search of ways and strategies to keep up with continuously emerging information technologies, particularly Web-based driven technologies. Strategies for Healthcare Information Systems provides an overall coverage of different aspects of healthcare information systems strategies and challenges facing these organizations. The book also provides solutions and remedies in utilizing information technologies in support of a strategic posture of healthcare organization in the new millennium.
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