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Impact of Information Technology on Service Quality of Health Care Services.
Pages 3 (753 words)
One of the most difficult aspect of modernity is the perennial question of whether or not technological advances should be utilized or whether the inherent risks and/or dangers they pose should discourage anyone from applying them.
More specifically, the use and discussion of Smart Scanning or Quick Response Codes will be leveraged as a means of drawing inference upon this particular issue. One of the primary factors that help medical professionals improve patient outcome is with regards to the availability and possession of relevant information. Whereas it is true that healthcare professionals can impact positively upon the prognosis of a patient based upon other factors, the interaction of so many different healthcare determinants demands that in order for the improvement and accuracy of such healthcare delivery to continue to expand, it will be necessary for healthcare professionals to have access in real time to a more relevant database of patient information. Naturally, this portends both a positive and a negative. The positive has already been stated; whereas the negative is concentric upon issues involving privacy and/or the extent/level that a healthcare professional might go to an order to save or prolong life based upon the knowledge of other relevant and pertinent healthcare information. ...
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