A design strategy for health information systems to address care process management

@article{Baarah2014ADS,
  title={A design strategy for health information systems to address care process management},
  author={Aladdin Baarah and Craig E. Kuziemsky and Austin Chamney and Jaspreet Bindra and Liam Peyton},
  journal={2014 5th International Conference on Information and Communication Systems (ICICS)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-6}
}
Health information systems (HISs) offer great potential for supporting healthcare delivey, particularly collaborative care delivery that is provided across multiple settings and providers. To date many HISs have focused on digitzing data or processes on a departmental or healthcare provider basis. This approach has resulted in unintended consequences due to different types of interoperability issues. New approaches are needed to design integrated HISs to support collaborative care delivery… CONTINUE READING

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