Beyond effectiveness: the evaluation of information systems using a comprehensive health technology assessment framework

@article{Kazanjian2002BeyondET,
  title={Beyond effectiveness: the evaluation of information systems using a comprehensive health technology assessment framework},
  author={Armin{\'e}e Kazanjian and Carolyn J. Green},
  journal={Computers in biology and medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={165-77}
}
A Comprehensive Health Technology Assessment Framework is presented as a conceptual tool for decision-making about health technologies, including information technologies. The aim of the model is to provide an empirical, evidence-based foundation for health technology decisions. The major framework dimensions are (1) population at risk, (2) population impact, (3) economic concerns, (4) social context (including ethical, legal, and political concerns), and (5) technology assessment information… CONTINUE READING

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