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Title Perinatal information systems for quality improvement: visions for today
Author(s) Slagle, TA
Source Pediatrics, Vol. 103, Pages 266-277
Publication Date Jan, 1999 Suppl E
Abstract Today clinical information is used for a multitude of purposes beyond patient care documentation including quality review and improvement processes, allocation of resources, budgetary and long-term planning, productivity measurement, and justification to payers for services provided. Providers in perinatal medicine are faced with the challenge of finding methods to meet these information needs. Case examples of the different approaches to collecting and using obstetric and neonatal information are described. The role of computer-based patient records is outlined and solutions available to perinatal medicine are reviewed.


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