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Intelligent systems often show incompatibility between healthcare levels. The work of medical professionals on each stage is often individual; multilevel interdisciplinary consultations, consilia, diagnostic and a coordinated approach is limited by existing differences. The aim of this work is to point out potential benefits of integrating healthca...

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... Figure 1 graphically represents the possible both way relations between significant parts of primary level healthcare system from the angle of bidirectional patient transport. Possible both way relations between significant parts of primary level healthcare system, encompassed by bidirectional patient transport (white arrow) ...

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