Health Care and Informatics Review Online
Health Care Informat Rev Online
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Health Care and Informatics Review Online is a quarterly series dedicated to reviewing and interpreting significant developments in healthcare delivery. The focus is on knowledge gained through the practical experience of managing health issues and the material is relevant to a wide variety of managers and practitioners. An expansion in scope starting October 2003 brings particular focus on clinical informatics and has been accompanied by an associated journal name change. Health Care and Informatics Review Online is published with the support of the New Zealand Ministry of Health. The Ministry supports and encourages continual improvement of care and services in the health and disability sector and recognises the role of Health Care and Informatics Review Online in sharing experience, disseminating information and advancing discussion in the important area of clinical informatics. We welcome submissions of relevant papers that would contribute to the expansion of knowledge in this area or prompt further discussion. While the series is published out of New Zealand we encourage submission of international material that would enable readers to compare and contrast the widest variety of experiences. Anyone interested in submitting articles for publication can peruse our guidelines for publication of contributed articles. The objective of Health Care and Informatics Review Online is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and develop a widely accessible resource of experience in clinical informatics and health delivery. To this end, the Journal is an open service, although access to some areas may be restricted to subscribers at a later date.
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