Health Care Information Systems: Architectural Models and Governance

@inproceedings{Locatelli2012HealthCI,
  title={Health Care Information Systems: Architectural Models and Governance},
  author={P. Locatelli and Nicola Restifo and L. Gastaldi and M. Corso},
  year={2012}
}
  • P. Locatelli, Nicola Restifo, +1 author M. Corso
  • Published 2012
  • Business
  • The adoption of ICT within health care has been characterized by a series of phases evolving since the 1960s (Khoumbati et al., 2009). Health informatics adoption started mainly from financial systems, providing support to the organization’s billing, payroll, accounting and reporting systems. Clinical departments launched a major initiative during the 1970s that supported such internal activities as radiology, laboratory and pharmacy (Wickramasinghe & Geisler, 2008), where machinery could… CONTINUE READING
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