Συστήματα στο χώρο της υγείας-μέτρηση
KeywordsΠληροφοριακά συστήματα υγείας ; Ηλεκτρονικός ιατρικός φάκελος ; Μέτρηση απόδοσης ; DEA ; Πληροφοριακά συστήματα ; Ασφάλεια πληροφοριακών συστημάτων ; Healthcare information systems ; Performance measurement ; Healthcare system ; Information systems security
Continuous developments in the sector of Information Technology (IT) lead to the improvement of the information technology systems in general and more specific to the information technology systems used in the health industry. Information technology systems are facing an ongoing improvement and development as the target is to simplify and make easier the life of the ones using them in their daily working life. Its contribution to the supply of quality healthcare, decrease of costs of services, increase in efficiency of healthcare professionals and of the rest of the users of the IT systems contributed to the recognition of the value offered through its use in the healthcare organisations. In that Master’s thesis the matter of the IT Systems is under review together with the Electronic Health Records and the evaluation of the efficiency of these systems while used in the healthcare sector. The method used to collect data and reach the results of the thesis is the method of Literature Review. There are five chapters where the first one is the introduction and the value of the information in the healthcare is presented among with a more extended review of the IT systems in the healthcare sector. In the second chapter definitions related to the matter under consideration are presented such as the IT systems, the Electronic Health Records, the factors for a successful IT system, security systems and last but not least the need for efficiency evaluation at the healthcare sector with the use of information technology systems. In chapter three a review of the international research methods is presented in order to conclude to the method to be used in the current thesis. In chapter four the results of the research are presented and the last chapter, fifth, is about future needs of research and considerations.