Geri Anasayfa



We are living in an age, which is also called information or digital revolution, where continuous learning and information are inevitable. On production; It is observed that many rules and principles which are used to get information, are replaced by raw materials, labor and capital. With its own rules and principles, there is now a new social and economic order. In order to survive and adapt to this system; the necessity of having the knowledge and the conversions required by knowledge management. In the information society that replaces the industrial society, the informed individual becomes indispensable, while the organizational structures and management systems need to be redesigned in an individual-based manner. Organizations or institutions are structures established to achieve a certain purpose. Staying; they are able to meet changing demands, adapt to the changes required by the age and provide services in a different way than others. In today's world, organizations that provide differentiation from other structures / competitors that provide services in this field are the means of benefiting from information and benefiting from it. The way of collecting, protecting and managing information also determines to lose. The aim of this study is to reveal the current status of e-health implementions in health sector and the effects of health service delivery as a public duty. With the literature review; It has been investigated how electronic information management, information systems and e-government applications that emerged in the mid-1990s affected and transformed health service delivery and management. In addition, qualitative analysis method was used because it was important in terms of verifying the information provided by literature review. In this context, health service providers and health information systems applicants were consulted and their opinions and suggestions were received.

Information, Information Systems, Health Care, Transformation in Health