Laurence Leneveut

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The evaluation of a clinical information system (CIS) at different stages of deployment and routine use is a key factor to improve acceptability and use by health professionals. This paper examines on an expectation-confirmation model (ITPAM) the relationships between the determinants of success of a CIS in a cross-sectional survey performed at the Georges(More)
BACKGROUND Many preventable diseases such as ischemic heart diseases and breast cancer prevail at a large scale in the general population. Computerized decision support systems are one of the solutions for improving the quality of prevention strategies. METHODS The system called EsPeR (Personalized Estimate of Risks) combines calculation of several risks(More)
Despite initiatives to standardize methods for the development of clinical guidelines, several barriers hinder their integration in daily clinical practice: failure to fulfil quality criteria, poor effectiveness of their dissemination. Computerization of guidelines can favor their dissemination. The initial step of computerization is the knowledge(More)
PURPOSE The evaluation of end-user satisfaction is an essential part of any clinical information system (CIS) project. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the determinants of CIS continuance intention in a late post-adoption phase at the Georges Pompidou University Hospital (HEGP) in Paris. METHODS We designed an electronic survey instrument based on(More)
The initial step for the computerization of guidelines is the knowledge specification from the prose text of guidelines. We describe a method of knowledge specification based on a structured and systematic analysis of text allowing detailed specification of a decision tree. We use decision tables to validate the decision algorithm and decision trees to(More)
Many preventable diseases such as ischemic heart diseases or breast cancer are still not adequately managed in the population. Computerized decision support systems are one of the solutions for improving the quality of prevention strategies. We designed a system called EsPeR (Personalised Estimate of Risks) combining calculation of several risks and(More)
Introduction: Evaluation of user satisfaction should be regularly monitored during the various phases of deployment of a clinical information system (CIS). Objective: This paper compares in a Articles longs des 15es Journées francophones d’informatique médicale, JFIM 2014, pages 115–126 Fès, Maroc, 12–13 juin 2014 late post-adoption phase CIS satisfaction(More)
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