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Ekonomika
2018, vol. 64, br. 1, str. 53-64
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: naučni članak
doi:10.5937/ekonomika1801053R

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Digitalni trendovi i njihove implikacije na diversifikaciju funkcija zdravstvenog informacionog sistema
Univerzitet u Nišu, Ekonomski fakultet

e-adresa: zarkoradjenovic@hotmail.com

Projekat

Unapređenje konkurentnosti javnog i privatnog sektora umrežavanjem kompetencija u procesu evropskih integracija Srbije (MPNTR - 179066)

Sažetak

Unapređenje interoperabilnosti zdravstvenih organizacija kao imperativ digitalizacije zdravstvenih usluga, dovodi do jačanja inicijative za diversifikacijom funkcija elektronskog zdravstva. U fokus se stavlja dugoročni ekonomski, a pre svega zdravstveni benefit korišćenja tehnološki naprednih alata zdravstvenih informacionih sistema. Digitalni trendovi elektronskog zdravstva teže ka visokoj personalizaciji, kastumizaciji i pacijent - orijentaciji informaciono- tehnoloških rešenja prilikom njihove implementacije u zdravstveni informacioni sistem određene zdravstvene organizacije. S obzirom na to, u radu će biti praćena evolucija digitalnih trendova elektronskog zdravstva i njihov uticaj na funkcionalnost zdravstvenih informacionih sistema naročito po pitanju efikasnosti.

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