Building an Electronic Disease Register: Getting the Computers to Work for You

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2002 - Diseases - 154 pages
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Contents

What is an electronic disease register?
3
Managing the process of change
21
The case study and its context
53
Establishing agreed policies across the PCG
61
Implementing the policy
67
Implementing the policy in an In Practice VISION practice
73
Implementing the CHD policy in an EMIS practice
93
Future PCG developments for coding CHD
111
Conclusions
125
Appendix A VISION guidance for the NSF
131
Contents
135
Guidelines
143
Appendix B The web site
147
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Alan Gillies
"Lancashire Business School, Preston, UK

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