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Introduction

Few fields are as information-intensive as healthcare. The practice of healthcare is characterized as one where information is processed, reprocessed, retrieved, and communicated. Microsoft Office Access 2003 helps you organize large amounts of healthcare information and build connections among them with ease. For example, you can create a database of your patients and the medications they are on, to track progress of hypertensive patients and how effective their medications are relative to the patient age and gender. You can easily generate mailing labels to communicate with the patients in your database that are due for a follow up. And much, much more.

You can start working with databases right away by looking at the sample database applications provided with Access, which you can use to store your own personal or practice data. Access also offers a set of database wizards that aid you in creating common business databases. These sample databases can give you some ideas for designing your own database for storing types of data not covered by the existing samples and wizards.


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