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By P. G. H. Metnitz, K. Lenz (auth.), Prof. Dr. Kurt Lenz, Dr. phil. et Dr. med. Philipp G. H. Metnitz (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3211825134

ISBN-13: 9783211825136

ISBN-10: 3709193206

ISBN-13: 9783709193204

Recent technological techniques - motivated basically via the improvement of extra subtle, speedier and less expensive computers - authorized additionally the evolution of cheaper platforms for sufferer facts administration, so referred to as PDM-Systems. The adventure of the authors, on one of many first PDMS install websites in Europe, indicates that the acquisition of any such approach isn't a simple job, because exact info aren't to be had in a related structure. accordingly the 1st a part of the publication is dedicated to a comparability of already put in, commercially allotted bedside established PDMS with reference to their requisites, capabilities and function. The tools incorporated a questionnaire with distinctive questions for the owners to respond to and a "table of capabilities” evaluating an important capabilities which could be incorporated in a PDMS. With that checklist the several structures (which have been all in medical use) have been checked for the provision and how of use of those services. to judge adaptations within the structures functionality an "information retrieval attempt” used to be designed and completed. within the moment half different proprietors, whose platforms have been integrated within the examine, have been to explain the structures from their viewpoints. The 3rd half includes papers describing the clients’ reviews. The fourth and final half indicates the way to use PDMS-data for medical and healing reasons together with papers on medical professional structures. hence, this ebook presents worthwhile details for clinicians and medical institution managers who've to settle on the acquisition of a sufferer information administration System.

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Contemporary technological thoughts - motivated basically by means of the advance of extra refined, quicker and less expensive computers - accredited additionally the evolution of cheaper structures for sufferer info administration, so referred to as PDM-Systems. The adventure of the authors, on one of many first PDMS set up websites in Europe, indicates that the acquisition of this type of method isn't a simple job, given that exact information will not be on hand in a related structure.

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Server HP Apollo Model 730; 66 MHz PA RISC CPU, 32 MB Ram, 2 X 440 MB SCSI hard disks and EISA slot; external 1350 MB SCSI harddisk. 2. Workstations HP Apollo Model 710; 50 MHz PA RISC CPU, 16 MB Ram: diskless stations. 3. Display / Resolution 19 11 colour display with 1280 X 1024 pixel or 19 11 monochrome display with 1280 X 1024 pixel or 16 11 colour display with 1024 X 768 pixel. 4. rnal transceiver (MAU); Ethernet compatible. 2. 1. 07. 2. Applications environment X-Windows [24J, OSF/Motif. 3.

Temporary storage The storage of data is done centrally on the file servers database. 2. Archiving Can be done with streamers or any other from the Operating system supported devices. 34 P. Metnitz and K. 4. Scientific use of PDMS data The data are stored in a SQL Server database; after discharging the patient a statistic database is created automatically, which provides important information about demographic values: length of stay, costs of therapy, ... In the future it will also be possible to copy the patient data to a second scientific SQL database which can be queried with any SQL front end.

CLINISOFT supports the user by planning and supervising the installation. 8. 1. Training The system can be delivered in any language; the first user training is done during the installation phase; Training for administrators: 3 weeks; User training: "train the trainer". 2. Service A service contract has to be made; price: 15% of the software price per year including one software update per year and the membership in the users group. 3. Problem Support Depends on the service contract. 9. Installations Finland: Sweden: Kuopio University Hospital Uddevalia Sjukhus Patient Data Management Systems in Europe 35 6.

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