A server architecture for ambulatory patient record systems.

TitleA server architecture for ambulatory patient record systems.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1995
AuthorsDargahi, R, Fowler, J, Moreau, DR, Buffone, GJ
Volume8 Pt 1
Date Published1995
KeywordsAmbulatory Care, Computer Communication Networks, Computer Security, Medical Records Systems, Computerized, Texas

Baylor College of Medicine is developing the Collaborative Social and Medical Services System (CSMSS) to provide a computerized patient record (CPR) system for the Teen Health Clinics (THC) [1]. The THCs consist of five geographically distributed clinics providing health care and social services to teenagers in the Harris County Hospital District. The CSMSS is the first application built upon the Ambulatory Systems Architecture (ASA) [2]. The ASA is aimed at providing an architecture and application framework for the development and deployment of CPR systems in ambulatory care settings. This paper describes the ASA server architecture.

Alternate JournalMedinfo
PubMed ID8591157
Grant ListLM04905 / LM / NLM NIH HHS / United States

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