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This research develops work flow and information system (IS) design for mobile medical service in Thailand. This system focuses on developing supporting system for service site selection which is the first and essential step for responding demand of remote area people. This study is divided into 3 steps: study medical service existing operation and criteria, developed site selection support model, and design an IS to increase efficiency of data communication among relevant administrative units. The preliminary outcomes of this research have been presented to responsible persons from mobile medical service providers and relevant administrative units through brainstorming seminar. The seminar attendees have agreed with the proposed system and have been confident that it can support the current operating objectives.
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