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Computing and information management in general practice

by Peter Schattner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0074717774, Paperback)

This handy publication will save you time by covering the fundamentals of computing practice and information management in one easy reference, keeping you up to date with your legislative and professional responsibilities. With the medical and health industries becoming increasingly reliant on informatics, practitioners need to find the best way of making computer resources work for both them and their patients. General practitioners have complex requirements involving access to online administration, e-health, patient records and privacy, plus practice, prescribing and accounts software platforms. "Computing and Information Management in General Practice" helps educate the primary care market to their digital responsibilities for effective patient, practice and information management.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:27 -0400)

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