"Appropriate Clinical Information Systems would improve written communication, improve the accuracy and timeliness of information, streamline nursing and medical work practices and allow more timely access to pathology and radiology results. We believe that implementation of a CIS will greatly improve clinical handover and provides the platform to provide decision support and academic detailing to clinical staff” 
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News & Development
- ICCIS Monthly Update April 2012 [Coming soon]
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