Using Task Analysis to Improve the Requirements Elicitation in Health Information System

@article{Teixeira2007UsingTA,
  title={Using Task Analysis to Improve the Requirements Elicitation in Health Information System},
  author={Leonor Teixeira and Carlos Ferreira and B. S. Santos},
  journal={2007 29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2007},
  pages={3669-3672}
}
This paper describes the application of task analysis within the design process of a Web-based information system for managing clinical information in hemophilia care, in order to improve the requirements elicitation and, consequently, to validate the domain model obtained in a previous phase of the design process (system analysis). The use of task analysis in this case proved to be a practical and efficient way to improve the requirements engineering process by involving users in the design… CONTINUE READING

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