Cover: A Design for Information Processing in the Health Insurance Study.

A Design for Information Processing in the Health Insurance Study.

Published 1974

by D. H. Stewart

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The Health Insurance Study is a complex multiyear longitudinal study of the role of health insurance in the utilization of health care services. The information system being developed to facilitate this research is reviewed. A number of key design considerations are discussed and outstanding information science problems are outlined. (Accepted for presentation at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Processing in October 1974.) 24 pp. Ref.

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