Hospitals 1992 Rob Hard - Abstracts

Hospitals 1992 Rob Hard
12 cost-cutting measures: hospitals use creative ideas to gain control of expenses.Health care industryJulie Johnsson, Paula Eubanks, Howard J. Anderson, Terese Hudson, Rob Hard
Big response to free Data Bank software. (National Practitioner Data Bank)Health care industryRob Hard
CEOs link IS visions to hospital strategic plans. (information systems) (includes related articles on system selection, strategy)Health care industryRob Hard
Flat IS sales may send message to vendors. (hospital information systems)Health care industryRob Hard
Getting nurses to adopt patient care computers.Health care industryRob Hard
Graphic interfaces may create faster link to patients data. (Software)Health care industryRob Hard
Hospitals draw IS vendors into consulting market. (information systems contracts require vendor support services)Health care industryRob Hard
Hospitals look to hospitality service firms to meet TQM goals. (total quality management goals)Health care industryRob Hard
Hospitals move cooperatively toward automation. (promoting staff acceptance of new computer information systems)Health care industryRob Hard
Hospitals review ortho process to trim costs. (orthopedics)Health care industryRob Hard
Hospitals study old method to treat med waste. (plasma pyrolysis)Health care industryRob Hard
Hospitals tap incinerator steam to run laundry.Health care industryRob Hard
Inching toward EDI: experts look at obstacles. (electronic data interchange)Health care industryRob Hard
Keeping patient data secure within hospitals.Health care industryRob Hard
Medical imaging: hospitals give renewed attention to service, costs, flow of images. (includes related articles)Health care industryRob Hard, Kevin Lumsdon
More hospitals move toward bedside systems. (Information Management)Health care industryRob Hard
NY hospital consortium takes high-tech turn. (Western New York Health Sciences Consortium)(includes related article)Health care industryRob Hard
Pharmacists work on pediatric dosage problems.Health care industryRob Hard
Well-managed information vital to effective managed care contracting.Health care industryRob Hard
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