The Summer 2017 issue of Perspectives in Health Information Management features the latest research on topics such as the use of geographic information systems in healthcare and a research study designed to assess the main barriers of telestroke network implementation in rural hospitals.
The authors of the study, “A Health Information System for Scalable and Comprehensive Assessment of Well-Being: A Multidisciplinary Team Solution,” set out to design a HIT system that was user friendly, scalable, easy to use, and also could serve as a model for free clinics with similar needs.
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