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Connecting Clinical Information Processing with Computer Support
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Computers in Human Services Volume 1, Number 1, ISSN 0740-445X

Abstract

Clinically oriented computer systems require compatibility with the information processing that typifies clinical work. This paper summarizes some of the research that can be applied to such processing and uses the summary to suggest likely errors. Emphasis is placed on decision support systems that integrate human and computer information processing strengths. (Author)

Citation

Carlson, R.W. (1985). Connecting Clinical Information Processing with Computer Support. Computers in Human Services, 1(1), 51-66. Retrieved June 2, 2020 from .

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