Hans E Peterson

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OBJECTIVES This paper presents the early history of the development of CPR in Sweden, the importance of international cooperation and standardisation and how this cooperation has been facilitated by IMIA, the European Union and the standards organisations. It ends with the lessons learned after 35 years of experience put together by the Swedish Institute(More)
OBJECTIVES This article lines out the various publications by which IMIA presents its work and the state-of-the art of health and biomedical informatics. METHOD A short history of IMIA and its publications is presented, a reference list completes the view. RESULTS IMIA looks back on a long and fruitful publication history of more than a hundred(More)
OBJECTIVES This paper describes a documentation project to create, collect and preserve previously unavailable sources on informatics in Sweden (including health care as one of 16 subgroups), and making them available on the Web. Time was critical as the personal documentation and artifacts of early pioneers could be irretrievably lost. The criteria for(More)
Patient related care information is important over long periods of time. Thus it cannot be stored in running systems handling day by day information exchange. In the future, when the demands arise to use patient related information, neither the programmes nor the databases, in which the information once was fed, will be available. These facts imply that(More)
OBJECTIVES This paper discusses the early history and development of a clinical analyser system in Sweden (AutoChemist, 1965). It highlights the importance of such high capacity system both for clinical use and health care screening. The device was developed to assure the quality of results and to automatically handle the orders, store the results in(More)