Ayres, Dianne and Soar, Jeffrey and Conrick, Moya (2006) Health information systems. In: Conrick, Moya, (ed.) Informatics in healthcare: transforming healthcare with technology. Thomson Social Science Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 197-211. ISBN 0-17-012731-1
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Healthcare is an information intensive industry in which quality and timely information is a critical resource. There are a wide range of information systems in health that perform different functions but all are involved in the management of data and information. This chapter provides an overview of Health Information Systems and their use in supporting healthcare.
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