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Med Arch. 2014; 68(6): 414-418


Data Content and Exchange in General Practice: a Review

Leila R Kalankesh,, Mostafa Farahbakhsh, Niloofar Rahimi.

Abstract
Background: efficient communication of data is inevitable requirement for general practice. Any issue in data content and its exchange among GP and other related entities hinders continuity of patient care. Methods: literature search for this review was conducted on three electronic databases including Medline, Scopus and Science Direct. Results: through reviewing papers, we extracted information on the GP data content, use cases of GP information exchange, its participants, tools and methods, incentives and barriers. Conclusion: considering importance of data content and exchange for GP systems, it seems that more research is needed to be conducted toward providing a comprehensive framework for data content and exchange in GP systems.

Key words: primary care, data flow, data content, data model, general practice, data exchange, general practitioner, information flow, information content, information exchange, family doctor, family care.



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