Integration Of Hospital Information Systems In China
AbstractInformation sharing and the conformity of information systems in China's hospitals have drawn attention due to the rapid development of the medicine industry and medical information systems. The paper proposes a game theory-based model for information sharing in hospitals by analyzing the current situation in China. Using the proposed model, a Doctor Workstation System (DWS) is developed. This DWS implements the conformity of the medical information systems by applying semantic web and web service techniques. The results show that the conformity of information systems for hospitals is a trend for the medical informalization in China.
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Volume (Year): 03 (2007)
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