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Designing Information Systems for Hospital Social Work Management
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Computers in Human Services Volume 1, Number 3,

Abstract

Identifies five critical decisions and the component factors needed for their resolution when considering computerization: 1) manual versus computer information systems; 2) mainframe versus personal computers; 3) purchased versus "home-grown" software; 4) autocracy versus participatory democracy; and 5) whether computerized social work data collection systems should ever be abandoned. (Author/BL)

Citation

Romano, M.D. (1985). Designing Information Systems for Hospital Social Work Management. Computers in Human Services, 1(3), 47-58. Retrieved October 21, 2021 from .

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