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TITLE : Computers In General Practice

Bcher fremdsprachig whlen sie die abteilung aus in der sie suchen mchtengeneral practitioners have been at the forefront of medical computing in britain for the past 20 years the first systems were developed by enthusiasts and were designed to collect epidemiological data rather than manage the practice but in 1972 the department of health sponsored the development of a system that recorded consultations for the synopsis this book is a comprehensive text on all the aspects of general practice computing including the use of the internet the style is straightforward and unambiguous stresses fundamental principles and does not assume a great deal of prior knowledge the presentation of this new the key to changing the prescribing behaviour of doctors is to understand the decision making processes underlying their prescribing prescribing decisions have been described as a two stage processanalysis of answers to a questionnaire on the use of computers in general practice showed that 19 per cent of patients in two practices in staffordshire would be worried if their general practitioner used a computer to store medical records twenty seven per cent of patients would be unwilling to

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