A review on barriers to implementing health informatics in developing countries
AbstractHealth information systems are spreading globally which promote health and human prosperity. Globalization of health informatics infrastructures is needed to have significant growth in improving quality and capacity of healthcare sector in developing countries. At present the health information infrastructure remains inadequate to meet the needs of rising population. Poverty and technological implementations are major barriers in the lesser-developed countries. Health care can be transformed and health status of population improved by eliminating barriers and implementing health informatics in developing countries.
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Oak, M. (2007). A review on barriers to implementing health informatics in developing countries. Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries, 1(1). Retrieved from https://www.jhidc.org/index.php/jhidc/article/view/4
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