Ontologies for Developing Things: Making Health Care Futures Through Technology

@inproceedings{Jensen2010OntologiesFD,
  title={Ontologies for Developing Things: Making Health Care Futures Through Technology},
  author={C. Jensen},
  year={2010}
}
Ontologies for Developing Things offers a series of conceptually inventive analyses of the future-making processes put in motion in contemporary health care systems with the introduction of electronic patient records and other communication technologies. The book shows how such technological development and implementation processes are bound up with multiple other issues: professional, social, economic and political. Through such processes health care ontologies gradually change, often with… Expand

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