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Acts and knowledge management in the NUCLEUS hospital information system

H Kanoui, M Joubert, R Favard, G Maury, M Pelletier
1995 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
A semantic model has been designed to guide and control the exploitation of data, and ensures the overall integrity of the information system.  ...  The main result of NUCLEUS is a prototype of an integrated patient dossier.  ...  patient dossier and its associated customisation environment on the basis of an intelligent act management, as part of a RICHE consistent hospital information system.3 The conformance to the RICHE reference  ... 
pmid:8563297 pmcid:PMC2579110 fatcat:ur4lnqenwnb65g6rumrgkeba5e

Strategic information management plans: the basis for systematic information management in hospitals

A.F Winter, E Ammenwerth, O.J Bott, B Brigl, A Buchauer, S Gräber, A Grant, A Häber, W Hasselbring, R Haux, A Heinrich, H Janssen (+5 others)
2001 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
This is essential, because each of these information management levels views hospital information systems from different perspectives, and therefore uses other methods and tools.  ...  Information management in hospitals is a complex task. In order to reduce complexity, we distinguish strategic, tactical, and operational information management.  ...  Therefore, it manages the maintenance and operation of an appropriate information system for the hospital.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1386-5056(01)00219-2 pmid:11734379 fatcat:lriomxrfyrel3f7zklek47zk2y

Improving the Use of Information Systems for Hospital Management Using Balanced Scorecard Framework

Victoria Boafo, Dr. M. Y. Missah, Owusu Nyarko-Boateng
2017 International Journal of Science and Engineering Applications  
to improve the use of information systems for Hospital management at Suntreso Government hospital.  ...  The study used Balanced Scorecard (BSC) as part of a management control system for implementing strategies in Suntreso Government Hospital.  ...  using an information Prototyping system.  ... 
doi:10.7753/ijsea0608.1004 fatcat:5yc6bsz2oje5bcc2rnp6bqpgmm

Motivating Strategic Alliance for Composite Information Systems: The Case of a Major Regional Hospital

Charles S. Osborn, Stuart E. Madnick, Y. Richard Wang
1989 Journal of Management Information Systems  
KEY WORDS AND PHASES: Strategic alliances, composite information systems, inter-organizationa! information systems, information systems for competitive advantage.  ...  This paper explores the nature of strategic goals underlying composite information systems (CIS) and ways to increase their likelihood of success.  ...  But why should physicians give control of the system to the hospital? Physicians vary greatly in their systems knowledge and technical interest.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1989.11517866 fatcat:m3ccqdlb6zazrlhhhiuejhly4q

IAIMS and JCAHO: implications for hospital librarians. Integrated Academic Information Management Systems. Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations

J D Doyle
1999 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
Concepts that emerged from the Integrated Academic Information Management Systems (IAIMS) as described in the Matheson Report and the 1994 Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  ...  The roles of hospital librarians have evolved from keeping print materials to serving as a focal point for information services and structures within the hospital.  ...  hospital information system.  ... 
pmid:10550022 pmcid:PMC226612 fatcat:uywe6a3l3ba6ti5dmuxziaahd4

Introduction: Integrated Academic Information Management Systems (IAIMS)

N M Lorenzi
1992 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
The papers in this symposium described IAIMS from three perspectives: information management, knowledge management, and information technology.  ...  INTRODUCTION: INTEGRATED ACADEMIC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (IAIMS) All organizations change. Some change in an evolutionary way, others in a revolutionary way [1] .  ... 
pmid:1326365 pmcid:PMC225662 fatcat:gf67lzn7sfampibjgcudddp4ay

Reflections on Health Management from a Systems Perspective: A Reinterpretation of the Italian National Health System

Armando Masucci, Antonietta Megaro
2021 International Journal of Business and Management  
This work proposes the use of the Viable Systems Approach (VSA) for the interpretation and management of complex phenomena in the health sector, concerning the Italian National Health System (NHS).  ...  The considerable relevance of the topic, supported by the ethical-social purposes that the health system ultimately assumes, make it an important field of analysis in business studies in general, and in  ...  The exchange of information and services of open systems is essential in the context of the evolutionary dynamics of each system.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v16n5p79 fatcat:yjmqf5y3rzdzzbilt57km7bmle

Enterprise resource planning in healthcare system

V. I. Borshch, J. Sukhvitri
2017 Ринкова економіка: сучасна теорія і практика управління  
Hospital information systems are usually heterogeneous and autonomous.  ...  This article integrates the appropriate information in order to enhance the knowledge of attitude toward using ERP from the health care personnel's perspective.  ...  This article integrates the appropriate information in order to enhance the knowledge of attitude toward using ERP from the healthcare personnel's perspective.  ... 
doi:10.18524/2413-9998.2017.2(36).115201 doaj:6cdff0e2e9de41349385917068ee2531 fatcat:nfzbiqhkejc6vc7727uc2mxrum

Health informatics governance: researching deferred IS/IT mechanisms

N.V. Patel
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
These principles provide an alternative perspective on managing IS development projects in both public and private organizations.  ...  This research concerns how to make hospital information management in the NHS adaptable to particular contexts and situations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174626 dblp:conf/hicss/Patel03 fatcat:ciowxdf3m5c7pc2kz2b6wiqkcq

System of Systems Characterisation assisting Security Risk Assessment

Duncan Ki-Aries, Shamal Faily, Huseyin Dogan, Christopher Williams
2018 2018 13th Annual Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SoSE)  
In this paper, we present an approach for refining System and SoS descriptions to aid multistakeholder communication and understanding; building on previous work, we illustrate an example of characterising  ...  By identifying key stakeholders, systems, management and control, this approach supports the initial steps of a SoS security risk assessment approach using a tool-supported framework that supports operational  ...  From an operational or design perspective, these systems are likely to be composed of supporting sub-systems and component systems interconnecting to fulfil system needs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sysose.2018.8428765 dblp:conf/sysose/Ki-AriesFDW18 fatcat:oq4i4kjgo5fjrdyp4yqmnvmf3u

Ontology-based distributed health record management system

Calin Cenan, Gheorghe Sebestyen, Gavril Saplacan, Dan Radulescu
2008 2008 4th International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processing  
The paper presents the architecture of a distributed software system that manages patients' health records and assures remote and interactive access to medical services.  ...  In order to show the usefulness of the proposals as well as their effectiveness in electronic management of patient's health records an experimental implementation of the proposed methodology is in work  ...  Every entity involved in the medical system (general practitioners, hospitals, laboratories) should administer their one medical information using an appropriate application (server).  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccp.2008.4648393 fatcat:dbclwrftyfajpjw75oofy7kdvy

A taxonomic analysis of multihospital systems

B L Lewis, J Alexander
1986 Health Services Research  
Fifteen distinct subgroups of systems are identified and described, and their implications for organization research discussed.  ...  Through numeric classification, this article identifies populations of multihospital systems that share similar organizational attributes.  ...  This survey provided information on system hospital size, location, and ownership status.  ... 
pmid:3710802 pmcid:PMC1068933 fatcat:xeuegtcttze4njts4ytzanjyre

Hospitals as innovators in the health-care system: A literature review and research agenda

Taran Thune, Andrea Mina
2016 Research Policy  
innovation system and at different stages of innovation trajectories.  ...  The paper introduces and discusses a framework integrating different perspectives that can be used to analyze the functions performed by hospitals at the intersection with different partners in the health  ...  an innovation system perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2016.03.010 fatcat:dtxdyphekfe7fow554lbjpygkq

Stakeholder identification in inter-organizational systems: gaining insights for drug use management systems

A Pouloudi, E A Whitley
1997 European Journal of Information Systems  
Interorganizational systems operate in an area where there are many interested parties.  ...  If the views of these interested parties are not explored and taken into consideration before and during the development of an interorganizational system, it is likely that the implementation of this system  ...  This idea of an iterative, evolutionary, long-term process has already been described in a different context, namely knowledge acquisition for small and medium size ent erpr ises (Whitley et al., 1992  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.ejis.3000252 fatcat:lu3yaujs3faydngqwwu43l3sbu

Stakeholder identification in inter-organizational systems: gaining insights for drug use management systems

A Pouloudi, E A Whitley
1997 European Journal of Information Systems  
Interorganizational systems operate in an area where there are many interested parties.  ...  If the views of these interested parties are not explored and taken into consideration before and during the development of an interorganizational system, it is likely that the implementation of this system  ...  This idea of an iterative, evolutionary, long-term process has already been described in a different context, namely knowledge acquisition for small and medium size ent erpr ises (Whitley et al., 1992  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000252 fatcat:hapcxbovzjhevcgfw7f5klhocy
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