IB2014334 ART. FROM MANAGEMENT TO HEALTH DATA OPTIMIZATION: PROGRESS OF THE ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS

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Article: From management to health data optimization: progress of the electronic medical records

Nathalie DEVILLIER

Grenoble Ecole de Management

Abstract

Telemedical practices invariably rely on the exchange or sharing of health data of a personal nature. These data originally stored on paper media tend to digitize and take the form of an electronic medical record (EMR). EMR are created by the health care professional cross various stages of maturity. In addition, information systems are not uniform. Thus there are differences in the content of EMR. International standards ensure the use of common terms so that professionals can use them to exploit the content safely from medical errors and potential litigation.




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While one wonders about the business of the twenty-first century and "the company post-crisis", it is useful to return to the original company of the twentieth century. Under what conditions it is born? What explains the forms that we know? And what are the foundations that could now be challenged? Berle and Means provide a historical interest, since their book The Modern Corporation and Private porperty (1932) analyzes the emergence of modern business in the early the twentieth century.

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