Radiology information systems in the digital hospital
or another definition:
The goal of an HIS is to use computers and communication equipment to collect, store, process, retrieve, and communicate patient care and administrative information for all hospital-affiliated activities and to satisfy the functional requirements of all authorized users.
An information system for the benefit of a hospital, in which data are coherently stored in a database, from where they are put at the disposal of authorized users at the place and at the time the data are required, in a format adapted to the specific needs of the user.
KeywordsHospital Information System Medical Informatics Radiology Information System Ancillary Service Unauthorized Access
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