Clinical Information Technology: A Practical Guide to Personal Computing for Healthcare Clinicians and Managers

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Taylor & Francis, 1988 - Medicine - 260 pages
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The book introduces the newcomer to personal computing to the basic components and operation of the IBM-compatible PC, and discusses purchasing decision, for both hard-and software. The next section looks in detail at several major areas in healthcare where the PC is rapidly becoming an indispensable tool. Particular emphasis is give to the topic of database management systems which are used in the development of Korner Health Service Information Systems.

Clinical Information Technology provides a completely up-to-date account of the modern personal computing industry which should enable purchasing an system development decisions to be made. The book has received official support from IBM and Microsoft.

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The PC Range
SoftwareAn Introduction
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Rowley is Head of Academic Department, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, Director of Education Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

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