Some feasibility considerations for selecting and maintaining medical diagnostic systems
Thomas, Marlin Uluess
Brill, Edward A.
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The major problem areas for initiating, maintaining and evaluating a medical diagnostic system (MDS) are presented. In particular, the decision-making activities are modeled along with the problems of paramedic utilization, cost comparisons, and a staff planning model for the medic-paramedic-computer team. Methodical data collection procedures are required if these modeling efforts are to be validated and implemented. (Author)