ElectronicHealthcare 1(4) October 2002 : 42-46
What can a robust, hard-working, seafaring nation of only 5.3 million people that is smaller in size than Nova Scotia teach us about health informatics? Perhaps more than we realize. In terms of the use of information technology (IT) in hospitals (i.e., the electronic patient record), Denmark is not remarkable. However, when it comes to primary computing, Denmark rivals the United Kingdom.
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