The PartnerWeb Project: a component-based approach to enterprise-wide information integration and dissemination

Abstract

A component-based health information resource, delivered on an intranet and the Internet, utilizing World Wide Web (WWW) technology, has been built to meet the needs of a large integrated delivery network (IDN). Called PartnerWeb, this resource is intended to provide a variety of health care and reference information to both practitioners and consumers/patients. The initial target audience has been providers. Content management for the numerous departments, divisions, and other organizational entities within the IDN is accomplished by a distributed authoring and editing environment. Structured entry using a set of form tools into databases facilitates consistency of information presentation, while empowering designated authors and editors in the various entities to be responsible for their own materials, but not requiring them to be technically skilled. Each form tool manages an encapsulated component. The output of each component can be a dynamically generated display on WWW platforms, or an appropriate interface to other presentation environments. The PartnerWeb project lays the foundation for both an internal and external communication infrastructure for the enterprise that can facilitate information dissemination.

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@article{Karson1997ThePP, title={The PartnerWeb Project: a component-based approach to enterprise-wide information integration and dissemination}, author={Tom H. Karson and Christina Perkins and Christine Dixon and John P. Ehresman and Gina L. Mammone and Luke Sato and Jonathan L. Schaffer and Robert A. Greenes}, journal={Proceedings : a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association. AMIA Fall Symposium}, year={1997}, pages={359-63} }