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Computerized medical records in the Department of Veterans Affairs
The VA Medical Center in Washington, DC, was the nexus for a number of computerization projects that were initiated by the Department of Veterans Affairs. The culmination of these initiatives is aExpand
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The use of Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) in the integration of imaging into the electronic patient record at the Department of Veterans Affairs
The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is using the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) standard to integrate image data objects from multiple systems for use across the health care enterprise. Expand
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Liability for personal injuries caused by defective medical computer programs.
Medical computer programs will be treated as products by the courts, subjecting their manufacturers to strict liability in tort for any defects in the program that cause injury. Expand
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Providing an integrated clinical data view in a hospital information system that manages multimedia data.
The VA's hospital information system, the Decentralized Hospital Computer Program (DHCP), is an integrated system based on a powerful set of software tools with shared data accessible from any of its application modules. Expand
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Bidirectional ACR-NEMA interface between the VA's DHCP integrated imaging system and the Siemens-Loral PACS
At the Baltimore VA Medical Center, the DHCP Integrated Imaging System and a commercial Picture Archiving and Communication System work in concert to provide a wide- range of departmental and hospital-wide imaging capabilities. Expand
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Examination of Architectures to Allow Integration of Image Data with Hospital Information Systems.
We demonstrate the feasibility of providing image management and communications (IMAC) functionality as an integral part of an existing hospital information system. Expand
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Medical informatics. The revolution in law, technology, and medicine.
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Minimizing Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Modality Worklist patient/study selection errors
Frequently when patient and study identification information (patient name, patient identification, date of birth, sex, and accession number) are manually entered at a modality, typographical errors occur that have to be corrected before the acquired images can be matched to the proper patient andstudy on a picture archiving and communication system (PACS). Expand
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Exchange of Veterans Affairs Medical Data Using National and Local Networks
  • R. Dayhoff, D. Maloney
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 December 1992
Remote data exchange is extremely useful to a number of medical applications. Expand
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A Hierarchical Computer Network: An Alternative Approach to Clinical Laboratory Computerization in a Large Hospital
An operational three-tiered hierarchical network for clinical laboratory data processing is described, and details of the computer system configuration are discussed. Expand
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