Medical registers mobile applications in polish information systems

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Krzysztof Kus, Paulina Pierzyńska, Tomasz Zaprutko, Piotr Ratajczak, Anna Paczkowska, Daria Słomińska, Elżbieta Nowakowska

3 (52) 2017 s. 263–268
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Fraza do cytowania: Kus K., Pierzyńska P., Zaprutko T., Ratajczak P., Paczkowska A., Słomińska D., Nowakowska E. Medical registers mobile applications in polish information systems. Polski Przegląd Nauk o Zdrowiu. 2017;3(52):263–268.

Introduction. The principles of Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) function almost in the whole health service in Poland. Familiarity with these policies applies to all health care workers. Increased demand for reliable medical information that can only be obtained with the use of medical databases (MBDs) along with their mobile versions. Aim. The purpose of this work was to determine the awareness of users of medical records and medical databases of this kind of databases in patient work. Material and methods. The study was performed among patients, pharmacists and physicians using professional medical software. The survey covered more than 200 respondents from Poland in 2016. Results. Patients, pharmacists and physicians are increasingly looking for solutions that will allow them to effectively search for information about medicines (including price) but also seek information about their use, contraindications or side effects. In this role, mobile medical databases are becoming increasingly popular. drug applications. The system was the most popular among respondents (over 63%), followed by (over 13% of respondents). More than 70% of respondents would be willing to use a system that would show the location of the drug along with its price.

Key words: medical registers and applications, medical databases, information about drug, questionnaire.

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