Information Technology Strategies from the United States and the European Union

Transferring Research to Practice for Health Care Improvement

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Editors
Balas, E.A., Boren, S.A., Brown, G.D.
Pub. date
January 2000
Pages
134
Binding
hardcover
Volume
76 of Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
ISBN print
978-1-58603-054-4
ISBN online
978-1-60750-920-2
Subject
Medical Informatics, Medicine & Health
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Clinical and biomedical research production is rapidly growing, but delivery to practitioners remains unacceptably slow. To improve health care quality and to make the best scientific achievements part of usual practices, clinicians need better information systems and services. The international, multi-disciplinary author team presents the analyses and recommendations that will lead to competitive advantages by increasing quality and effectiveness of health care delivery. The book includes the latest findings on: -Advanced information technologies in disseminating research results -Information infrastructure for transferring research -Structuring knowledge for practical application -Practical solutions: better information for improved health care quality. The practical approach of this book ensures easy to read, stand-alone chapters that will benefit medical group managers and local and commercial developers of health care information systems. The book is also a useful educational tool for medical informatics, health care administration, and health services research.