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Combination application of outpatient informationization and the SAFE-CARE system improve the level of outpatient medical service

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8 Author(s)
Zhou Sheng-hua ; Second Xiangya Hosp., Central South Univ., Changsha, China ; Duan Shao-bin ; Xu Jun-mei ; Liu Bi-ying
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This article is to investigate the role of outpatient informationization and the SAFE-CARE system in raising the level of outpatient high-quality medical service. It summarizes combination application experiences of outpatient informationization and the SAFE-CARE system to improve the level of outpatient medical service during the past year. Outpatient informationization has provided an efficient operational tool to improve the treatment efficiency; the SAFE-CARE system has guaranteed medical safety and quality, and enhanced the level of hospital management. Therefore, the combination application of outpatient informationization and the SAFE-CARE system is one of important measures to alleviate the difficulties of the masses medical treatment.

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Information Technology in Medicine and Education (ITME), 2012 International Symposium on  (Volume:2 )

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3-5 Aug. 2012