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ERIC Number: ED050755
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Jan
Pages: 196
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Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of a Conference on Medical Information Systems.
Health Services and Mental Health Administration (DHEW), Bethesda, MD.
The purposes of this conference are: to define the current state of technology; to identify the problems, needs and emerging technology; and to consider alternative computer applications to multiple-facility medical information systems for the delivery of medical care and for health services research. The papers presented include: (1) General Requirements for a Medical Information System (MIS); (2) Evaluation Techniques for Medical Information Systems; (3) Evaluation of a Medical Data System; (4) Quality of Data in the Medical Record; (5) Terminology and Content of the Medical Record; (6) Large vs Small, Single vs Multiple Computers; (7) A Statewide Medical Information System; (8) The Kaiser-Permanente Medical Information System; (9) High Level Programming Languages; (10) Acquisition and Analysis of Narrative Medical Record Data; (11) Visual Display Terminals in a Hospital Information System (HIS); (12) Computers and Doctors; Use and Consequences; (13) Moss Random Storage Devices and Their Application to a Medical Information System (MIS); (14) Prototype for Future Computer Medical Records and (15) The Medical Information System (MIS) for 1975. (MM)
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Sponsor: Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Oakland, CA.
Authoring Institution: Health Services and Mental Health Administration (DHEW), Bethesda, MD.
Identifiers: Medical Information Systems