Standardization

  • R. Mattheus

Abstract

The information technology industry is found worldwide and is rapidly becoming one of the most important industries. This industry provides the hardware, software, and services essential for managing information resources and for delivering this information in a form which people can use. The amount of information which now exists in electronic form highly exceeds that in print. The amount and variety of information available from outside and within organizations is continuously increasing. All this influences the technical developments and markets in health care.

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1992

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