INFORMATION, WEB, MOBILE-ORIENTED SYSTEM IN THE PRACTICE OF THE FAMILY DOCTOR
AbstractRapid informatization of all life spheres poses challenges to the information technology introduction in the medical sector. The structuring of the family doctor's activities for further implementation of the web, mobile oriented information system in the practice of the family doctor is an important step for the development of this field of medicine. After all, this will help to structure the work of the doctor, support him in making decisions and give them the opportunity for continuous professional development.
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