Computer-assisted history-taking systems (CAHTS) in health care: benefits, risks and potential for further development
<strong>Background</strong> A computer-assisted history-taking system (CAHTS) is a tool that aids clinicians in gathering data from patients to inform a diagnosis or treatment plan. Despite the many possible applications and even though CAHTS have been available for nearly three decades,...
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BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
|Series:||Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics|