Management and administration of dental health services


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Title Management and administration of dental health services
Creator Montalvo Núñez, Katherine Alessandra
Valenzuela Ramos, Marisel Roxana
Valenzuela Muñoz, Alberto
Scipión Castro, Rafael Douglas
Mendoza Murillo, Paul Orestes
Subject computer systems
Description Within medical informatics there’s dental informatics, which deals with the management of information, communication, and the application of new technologies in clinical practice and research. These computer systems involve the storage of information and will be in charge of organizing the work in the dental clinic.(Specified, 2009) Objective: The primary objective of this research work is to know the need to manage and administer dental health services through computer systems in the city of Chiclayo. Method: It is a cross-sectional, descriptive, observational, and prospective study. Which comprised conducting questionnaires to the owners of dental clinics, administrative personnel, dentists, and patients who attend the different dental clinics that are in the City of Chiclayo. Results: We verified that there were contrasting hypotheses. Conclusions: We conclude that there is a need to implement dental clinics with computer systems.
Publisher Llamkasun
Date 2021-03-15
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Artículo revisado por pares
Format application/pdf
Source Llamkasun; Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): LLAMKASUN (ENERO - JUNIO); 97 - 104
Llamkasun; Vol. 2 Núm. 1 (2021): LLAMKASUN (ENERO - JUNIO); 97 - 104
Llamkasun; Vol. 2 N.º 1 (2021): LLAMKASUN (ENERO - JUNIO); 97 - 104
Language spa
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