Expert Critiquing Systems
Over the past 25 years, computers have brought major changes to medicine. These changes are most evident in the administrative side of medical practice. The use of computers has become well established in hospital financial record keeping, and also in more patient-oriented administrative functions such as admitting, bed allocation, etc. In addition, the computer is being used increas-ingly to store clinical data, for instance, for laboratory test reporting, and in pathology and radiology information systems.
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