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Development of an electronic medical record for patient care in cardiology

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9 Author(s)
Taddei, A. ; Inst. of Clinical Physiol., CNR, Pisa, Italy ; Carpeggiani, C. ; Emdin, M. ; Balocchi, R.
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An electronic medical record system has been designed and developed with the aim of supporting patient care in the department of cardiology. A clinical information system was implemented to integrate the different heterogeneous sources of patient information. All the clinically relevant patient data were gathered in a timely way and stored in the clinical database. A viewer/editor of patient medical records was designed, addressing friendliness, flexibility and communication. The basic function for consultation is the time-oriented (weekly or daily) representation of patient parameters, care events and examinations. World Wide Web technology has been applied to implement the medical record. The system is currently under clinical evaluation

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Computers in Cardiology 1997

Date of Conference:

7-10 Sep 1997

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