The essential functions of e-Healthcare information systems are to facilitate health information and data processing, diagnostic test result management, order entry management, treatment decisions, electronic communications and connectivity, patient education and monitoring, scheduling and billing, and clinical data collection. The e-Healthcare information systems will bridge the gap between the discovery of new treatments and medical practice.
KeywordsPersonal Data Security Requirement Privacy Protection Security Measure European Parliament
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