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DITIS: a collaborative system to support home care by a virtual multidisciplinary team

@inproceedings{Pitsillides2004DITISAC,
  title={DITIS: a collaborative system to support home care by a virtual multidisciplinary team},
  author={B. Pitsillides and A. Pitsillides and G. Samaras and D. Georgiades and P. Andreou and N. Panteli},
  year={2004}
}
DITIS was originally developed to address the difficulties of communication and continuity of care between the home health care multidisciplinary team (PASYKAF) and between the team and the oncologist often over 100km away. DITIS has through its data base and possibility of access via mobile or wire line (computers) offered much more than improved communication. Its flexibility of communication and access to the patient's history and daily record at all times, home, outpatients or in the event… Expand
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