medical information systems

medical information systems

[‚med·ə·kəl ‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚sis·təmz]
(medicine)
Standardized methods of collection, evaluation or verification, storage, and retrieval of data about a patient.
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The 86 full papers and 57 short papers selected for the June 2008 symposium propose new approaches to refining medical imaging, biomedical signal processing, medical information systems, computational proteomics, knowledge discovery, computer-based decision systems, and learning in medical education.
Tokyo, Japan, July 7, 2006 - (JCN) - NEC and Tokyo-based company Medical Information Service have agreed to collaborate in the field of medical information systems.
The targeted program of record for the MSAT ACTD is the Theater Medical Information Program, commonly called TMIP, which is part of the Joint Medical Information Systems Program Executive Office.
Containing over 400 exam rooms, wired with state-of-the art medical information systems and housing the new Bellevue Hospital Cancer Center, the Pavilion is located on First Avenue between 27 and 28 Streets.
They support the HL7 messaging standard to ensure secure data transfer between a desktop workstation and back-end medical information systems, and they provide an SQL-compliant database for both stand-alone reporting and integration with such systems.
As systems become increasingly easy to use and powerful, there will undoubtedly occur a revolution in medical information systems as CPOE is widely adopted.
The inaugural issue of ClarITy, which GTSI will mail to customers in August, features a case study which details how the US Army Medical Information Systems Support Agency relied on GTSI to bring secure and affordable handheld devices for personal information management to more than 40,000 users.
LAR241) JOHN JOHNSON - PARKSTONE MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS INC.
The wide diversity of products manufactured - everything from monitoring equipment and medical information systems to sophisticated lab instruments and pacemakers - results in an equally wide variety of potential Y2K problems.
a Calabasas medical information systems provider, reported improved third-quarter financial results.
It includes bibliographic retrieval systems, decision support systems, medical information systems such as hospital management systems, research support systems, and computer-based education systems.
Key players covered include InterSystems Corporation, Computer Sciences Corporation, Egton Medical Information Systems Limited, GE Healthcare, Cegedim SA, TPP SystmOne and others.
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