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The automation of biological analytical laboratories is justified by their growing activity (15 per cent annually in France). Automation covers the requests for analyses, the acquisition of specimens and the processing of analyses, measurement, the transmission and checking of results and the...
This paper presents a new methodology for planning and optimizing laboratory activities, and for benefit/cost analysis, based on basic systems analysis and modelling of the different laboratories, each of which represents a sub-system of the health care system. The models have been given a...
Large computer medical record systems are those which provide health professionals in large medical centres with timely delivery of both current and past relevant information, which aid in the medical decision-making process of health evaluation and medical treatment, and operate at a reasonable...
For explaining the notion of 'metalanguage', author analyses the rôle of language as a tool of utterance and communication. The disadvantages of natural language for medical data processing are emphasized and the necessity of creating an artificial language or metalanguage is explained. A short...
In the Medical System Hanover (MSH), which is an operational hospital information and control system, the information processes are supported by a number of coordinated conversational and batch-application programs. The increased complexity of the system, especially in regard to information...
The increasing capacity of mini-computers operating in real time and in multitask modes has led to the concept of data processing for gestion and on-line data acquisition, which fits well to clinical chemistry laboratory problems. It is difficult for a laboratory director who wants to acquire a...
The paper reviews the key decisions taken in the implementation of The London Hospital Real-Time Computer Project. The advantages of the use of real-time facilities lie in the rapid availability of information throughout the hospital. It is legible and significantly more complete than the...
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