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An insight into efforts to establish computerization and e-services for public health in Croatia

@inproceedings{Kalpi2005AnII,
  title={An insight into efforts to establish computerization and e-services for public health in Croatia},
  author={Damir Kalpi{\'c} and Vedran Mornar and Mario Kova{\vc} and Kresimir Fertalj and Mladen Kos},
  year={2005}
}
A comprehensive project of public health care computerization and introduction of e-services is under way in Croatia. The paper presents a case study describing some recent health-related computerization efforts and a current project concept encompassing the primary health care, central server of public health for the whole country and computerization of hospitals. For the primary health care five systems, distributed regionally, have been selected after a public bidding and evaluation on pilot… 
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