Heterogeneous Databases Integration in a Hospital Information Systems Environment: A Bottom-Up Approach
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The paper describes the problem of heterogeneous databases, discusses the need for an integrated hospital information system and provides a five-step method for integrating heterogeneous databases in the hospital environment. The scope of this method facilitates the integration of medical, administrative and fiscal information elements of a hospital into a unified environment.
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