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Study On The Computerization Management Of The Romanian Medical System


  • Puşa Tania Ţăpligă

    () (INCE, The Romanian Academy)

  • Roxana Nicoleta Matei

    () (Romanian-American University)

  • Simona Daniela Grigore

    (Romanian-American University)


This paper emphasizes the benefits of a modern medical system called ICT and also the need to improve this system. Another important aspect is the training and development of human resources, their motivation and evolving contributing to the improvement of the individual professional abilities. We reached the conclusion outlining that the computerization of the medical system is a highly important project that needs financial support and for its achieving, certain essential requirements must be met.

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  • Puşa Tania Ţăpligă & Roxana Nicoleta Matei & Simona Daniela Grigore, 2012. "Study On The Computerization Management Of The Romanian Medical System," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 6(1), pages 185-193, May.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:6:y:2012:i:1:p:185-193

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