System Oriented Registration in General Practice
The need to introduce automation by using a computer in G.P. office is steadily growing. Registration of data relative to the patient can be achieved by different methods. The here presented method has its starting point in the Problem Oriented Medical Record System (P.O.M.R. ) , as published by Prof. Lawrence Weed in his book (.1 969). The aim was to automate as far as possible the efficient registration of all data, the supervision of all files, to use the recall facilities and to perform the secretarial as well as the book-keeping work. The possibility to do practice survey, i.e. to optimize the comparability of the patient-data and also to enable comparative research between different practices was looked for.
KeywordsComparative Research Card Number Oncology Orthopedic Olecranon Fracture Practice Survey
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