integrated information system


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integrated information system

[′in·tə‚grād·əd ‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚sis·təm]
(communications)
An expansion of a basic information system achieved through system design of an improved or broader capability by functionally or technically relating two or more information systems, or by incorporating a portion of the functional or technical elements of one information system into another.
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The integrated information system is consisting from such modules as administration, management of the preparation process for the exam, conducting practical skills assessment, forum, webinar, searching module and reporting system.
Many hospitals and health care organizations have implemented new, integrated information systems that capture data upon initial patient contact and make that information available to all departments on a real-time, online basis.
This integrated information system was labeled PCIS (Patient Care Information System).
The ideal integrated health system will have five common systems that are linked by an integrated information system: finance, research and planning, marketing, quality assurance, and human resource development.

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