Evaluating Health Information Systems Using Ontologies

ABSTRACT Background: There are several frameworks that attempt to address the challenges of evaluation of health information systems by offering models, methods, and guidelines about what to evaluate, how to evaluate, and how to report the evaluation results. Model-based evaluation frameworks usually suggest universally applicable evaluation aspects but do not consider case-specific aspects. On the […]

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Designing with Priorities and Thresholds for Health Care Heterogeneity

Research paper published at International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED 2015, Design for Life, Milan, Italy, 27-30 July, 2015. Abstract Designing systems working in health care needs complying with the heterogeneous, overlapping, non-overlapping, competing, or even contradicting requirements expressed by the various actors of the health care complex environment, including regulatory bodies. The unification method […]

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