Decoding the perioperative process breakdowns: A theoretical model and implications for system design

@article{Taneva2010DecodingTP,
  title={Decoding the perioperative process breakdowns: A theoretical model and implications for system design},
  author={Svetlena Taneva and Gudela Grote and Anthony C. Easty and Bernhard Plattner},
  journal={International journal of medical informatics},
  year={2010},
  volume={79 1},
  pages={14-30}
}
BACKGROUND Breakdowns in communication and coordination are situations of mismatch between actual and expected conditions in joint activities. Breakdowns have been identified as the leading cause of adverse events in healthcare, especially in the Operating Room environment. As a result, researchers have started to examine breakdowns in healthcare as emergent dynamics of teamwork. However, the occurrence and consequences of breakdowns related to inter-team processes are yet to be addressed at a… CONTINUE READING
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