Basic Data Set and Local Classifications
The paper is concerned with the use of a basic data set at the level of an integrated hospital information system covering several hospitals. The minimum basic data set of a single hospital is described in detail. The entities and attributes of a hospital information system as well as disease and drug classification systems are presented.
KeywordsHealth Insurance Hospital Information System Local Classification Insurance Category Insurance Subsystem
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