Deciphering The Electronic Tower Of Babel In Health Care Records Management For Asian Markets
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Standardization among health care information management systems would make tracking patient records and clinical results easier. But despite the utility value in adopting rules of the road, construction of a medical information edifice is instead like the Tower of Babel with vendors and customers speaking vastly different languages.
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