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Monitoring Health Care Using National Administrative Data Collections

Kelman, Christopher William


With the inevitable adoption of information technology into all areas of human pursuit, the potential benefits for health care should not be overlooked. In Australia, details of most health care encounters are currently recorded for administrative purposes. This results in an impressive electronic data-bank that could provide a national resource for health service evaluation. ¶ ... ¶ The aims of the project were: · To examine the potential for using administrative data to generate outcome...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000-05
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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