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Application types

TAG  CDMS [8] - Clinical Data Management System

TAG  Disaster/Disease Management [11]

TAG  EHR [12] - Electronic Health Record (EHR) A subset of each care delivery organization’s EMR, presently assumed to be summaries like ASTM’s Continuity of Care Record (CCR) or HL7’s Continuity of Care Document (CCD), is owned by the patient and has patient input and access that spans episodes of care across multiple CDOs within a community, region, or state (or in some countries, the entire country). Definition taken from: "Electronic Medical Records vs. Electronic Health Records: Yes, There Is a Difference", Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), last accessed 2012/10/15

TAG  EMR [74] - Electronic Medical Record (EMR) An application environment composed of the clinical data repository, clinical decision support, controlled medical vocabulary, order entry, computerized provider order entry, pharmacy, and clinical documentation applications. This environment supports the patient s electronic medical record across inpatient and outpatient environments, and is used by healthcare practitioners to document, monitor, and manage health care delivery within a care delivery organization (CDO). The data in the EMR is the legal record of what happened to the patient during their encounter at the CDO and is owned by the CDO. Definition taken from: "Electronic Medical Records vs. Electronic Health Records: Yes, There Is a Difference", Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), last accessed 2012/10/15

TAG  Hospital Management System [39]

TAG  Integration Platform/Middleware [40]

TAG  LIS [6] - Laboratory Information System

TAG  Miscellaneous [61]

TAG  PACS [2] - Picture Archiving and Communication System
            TAG  PACS Server [11]
            TAG  PACS Workstation [31]

TAG  PHR [10] - Personal Health Record (PHR) An electronic Personal Health Record is a universally accessible, layperson comprehensible, lifelong tool for managing relevant health information, promoting health maintenance and assisting with chronic disease management via an interactive, common data set of electronic health information and e-health tools. The ePHR is owned, managed, and shared by the individual or his or her legal proxy(s) and must be secure to protect the privacy and confidentiality of the health information it contains. It is not a legal record unless so defined and is subject to various legal limitations. Definition taken from: "HIMSS Personal Health Records Definition and Position Statement", Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), last accessed 2012/10/15

TAG  Pratice Management System [29]

TAG  Public Health Management System [9]

TAG  Research Application/Framework [22]
            TAG  Analysis [50]
            TAG  Modelling [4]
            TAG  Processing [83]
            TAG  Simulation [19]
            TAG  Visualization [54]

TAG  RIS [4] - Radiology Information System

TAG  Software Library [50]

TAG  Telemedicine System [10]

TAG  Veterinary EMR [4]

TAG  Website [7] - Resource on the WWW