The Informatics Response in Disaster Terrorism and War

Teich, J., Wagner, M., Mackenzie, C., and Schafer, K. (2002). The Informatics Response in Disaster, Terrorism, and War. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 9(2):97-104.
The authors provide an overview on three threats (bioterrorism, mass-casualty events, and the delivery of optimal health care to remote military field sites), and the associated demand for collection, analysis, coordination, and dissemination of health data.
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