A History of Medical Informatics (Acm Press History Series)(702900) by Bruce I. Blum

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ContributionsKaren Duncan (Editor)
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Number of Pages450
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ISBN 100201501287
ISBN 109780201501285

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A History of Medical Informatics (Acm Press History Series) 1st Edition by Bruce I. Blum (Author), Karen Duncan (Editor)Author: Bruce I. Blum. The bulk of this proceedings covers medical informatics research that was funded by the NLM and the National Institutes of Health between and The book contains nine sections, each of which covers a different aspect of the field.

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