Requirements engineering in health care: the example of chemotherapy planning in paediatric oncology

  title={Requirements engineering in health care: the example of chemotherapy planning in paediatric oncology},
  author={Sebastian Garde and Petra Knaup-Gregori},
  journal={Requirements Engineering},
Health care is characterized by highly complex processes of patient care that require unusual amount of communication between different health care professionals of different institutions. Sub-optimal processes can significantly impact on the patient’s health, increase the consumption of services and resources and in severe cases can lead to the patient death. For these reasons, requirements engineering for the development of information technology in health care is a complex process as well… CONTINUE READING
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