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Integrated Digital Health Systems Design

Wullianallur Raghupathi, Amjad Umar
2009 International Journal of Information Technologies and Systems Approach  
(SSM) to enable the design of robust integrated digital health systems (IDHSs).  ...  However, for the integrated health system (IHS) to function effectively in a complex inter-enterprise healthcare delivery environment, designers must focus on approaches such as soft systems methodology  ...  (SSM) to enable the design of robust integrated digital health systems (IDHSs).  ... 
doi:10.4018/jitsa.2009070102 fatcat:c67g5h2ka5bufcugoyvfnsngna

"Hi This Is NESTORE, Your Personal Assistant": Design of an Integrated IoT System for a Personalized Coach for Healthy Aging

Filippo Palumbo, Antonino Crivello, Francesco Furfari, Michele Girolami, Alfonso Mastropietro, Giorgio Manferdelli, Christina Röcke, Sabrina Guye, Antoni Salvá Casanovas, Maurizio Caon, Francesco Carrino, Omar Abou Khaled (+9 others)
2020 Frontiers in Digital Health  
This work describes the design of the NESTORE methodology and its IoT architecture.  ...  In the context of the fourth revolution in healthcare technologies, leveraging monitoring and personalization across different domains becomes a key factor for providing useful services to maintain and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to thank Marta Civiello, Paola Nonini, and Andrea Mangone from Flex Ltd for their contribution to the design of the wearable device and all the partners involved in the  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2020.545949 pmid:34713033 pmcid:PMC8521925 fatcat:o4ang4i7r5gqzjngjounxluxxa

Rendering Systems Visible for Design: Synthesis Maps as Constructivist Design Narratives

Peter Jones, Jeremy Bowes
2017 She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics and Innovation  
As a hybrid system design method, synthesis maps are a contribution to the design genre of visual systems thinking.  ...  Synthesis maps integrate knowledge from research cycles and iterative sensemaking to deine a coherent design narrative.  ...  Soft system methodology (SSM) endorses mapping as a process for mutual learning and collective action, 44 Checkland, "Soft Systems Methodology."  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sheji.2017.12.001 fatcat:lrok5xfhmfd5hk745womcq3aue

DESIGN THINKING MODELS IN DESIGN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

Andra Irbīte, Aina Strode
2016 SOCIETY INTEGRATION EDUCATION Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference  
It raises the question - is design thinking understood as a universal methodology in all cases? How it is interpreted in design education?  ...  of environment and systems; requirements in all levels.  ...  Politology and social sciences are related to so-called "soft systems": open, dynamic systemslife systems, social systems and their research methodologies.  ... 
doi:10.17770/sie2016vol4.1584 fatcat:jnnrwsjizrd4fodngkfv4bnhoy

Designing Peer-to-Peer Applications: An Agent-Oriented Approach [chapter]

D. Bertolini, P. Busetta, A. Molani, M. Nori, A. Perini
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We adopt an agent-oriented approach that extends Tropos, a software engineering methodology introduced in earlier papers.  ...  We present a characterization of peer-to-peer in terms of a general architectural pattern, a set of design guidelines for peerto-peer applications, and a framework that integrates multi-agent and peer-to-peer  ...  The process is based on Tropos, an agent oriented software engineering methodology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36559-1_9 fatcat:e34szqxfpjhljpfd3ct7ysvtrq

Multimedia Health Records: user-centered design approach for a multimedia uploading service

Fernando Plazzotta, John C Mayan, Fernando D Storani, Juan M Ortiz, Gastón E Lopez, Gastón M Gimenez, Daniel R Luna
2015 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
This paper describes the design, development and implementation processes of a service which allows media elements to be loaded in a patient clinical data repository (CDR) either through an electronic  ...  health record by professionals (EHR) or through a personal health record (PHR) by patients, in order to avoid fragmentation of the information.  ...  The aim of this paper is to describe the design, development and implementation of such a service.  ... 
pmid:25991192 fatcat:5bfmg4e2c5cmthhp757gamv6xe

Planning Strategically, Designing Architecturally: A Framework for Digital Library Services [chapter]

Steven Buchanan
2010 Advances in Librarianship  
Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, this conceptual paper provides an integrated framework for strategic and architectural planning of digital library services.  ...  evolved from a support role to a strategic role, providing the core management systems, communication networks, and delivery channels of the modern library.  ...  a formal framework for digital library design.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s0065-2830(2010)0000032010 fatcat:e7d2ovrafbeu3lyfdy52pv5fri

Digital service analysis and design: The role of process modelling

Steven Buchanan, David McMenemy
2012 International Journal of Information Management  
Digital libraries are evolving from content-centric systems to person-centric systems. Emergent digital services are interactive and multidimensional, associated systems multi-tiered and distributed.  ...  Process modelling challenges, approaches, and success factors are considered, discussed with reference to a recent evaluation of usability and usefulness of a UK National Health Service (NHS) digital library  ...  This paper follows on from a recent study that evaluated the usability and usefulness of a UK National Health Service digital library (Buchanan & Salako, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2011.11.008 fatcat:hkptfitdvjf3dfbc7zh6oajszy

Designing agroecological transitions; A review

Michel Duru, Olivier Therond, M'hand Fares
2015 Agronomy for Sustainable Development  
In addition, we propose a participatory methodology to design this agroecological transition at the local level.  ...  This design methodology was developed to support a multi-stakeholder arena in analysing the current situation, identifying future exogenous changes and designing (1) targeted territorial biodiversity-based  ...  tool-Box for designing and implementing a transition to a  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13593-015-0318-x fatcat:sixqqok46ncr7p2532kbujfpyy

Process Improvement and Consumer-Oriented Design of an Inter-Organizational Information System for Emergency Medical Response

B Schooley, B Hilton, Y Abed, Yoonmi Lee, T Horan
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
This research takes both a goal-oriented process improvement and consumer-oriented approach to systems design.  ...  This research employs Information Systems Design Theory (ISDT) to design, develop, and assess an inter-organizational information system for Emergency Medical Services (EMS).  ...  This research has been supported by the Department of Transportation through the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Institute, University of Minnesota, and the National Science Foundation (Grant  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.351 dblp:conf/hicss/SchooleyHALH11 fatcat:lo6xzpdxx5c2jamwjmqepgll5i

Design and Usability of the Next Medical Devices for the Home Care

Francesca Tosi, Alessandra Rinaldi
2017 The Design Journal  
Ergonomics in Design and Design strategies to orientate the design of new products and to satisfy the needs of the plurality of user profiles involved in home care.  ...  The growing complexity of instruments for health care and of medical devices for personal use has led to an intensification of the risks related to bad functioning and failure to function or misunderstanding  ...  services and social integration.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14606925.2017.1352722 fatcat:3kiztagl4fe57ghtnaiswro44m

Applying Human-Centered Design to Develop Motivating Exergames [article]

Marc Herrlich, Jan Smeddinck, Nina Runge, Rainer Malaka
2016 Mensch & Computer  
Exergames can motivate patients to perform their exercise through playing a game, however, designing motivating game elements that generalize well to a variety of exercises is challenging.  ...  We report on our development process, on how we employ human-centered design in order to create motivating exergames, and on how we developed the concept of Living backgrounds as the result of this design  ...  Introduction In modern society lifestyle diseases are affecting a large percentage of the population and have become a major challenge for health care systems.  ... 
doi:10.18420/muc2016-ws02-0003 dblp:conf/mc/HerrlichSRM16 fatcat:svcxozusfrfhxfpykojnqy66ay

Spaces for Participatory Design Innovation

Gemma Teal, Tara French
2020 Proceedings of the 16th Participatory Design Conference 2020 - Participation(s) Otherwise - Volume 1  
This paper presents a model to guide the design of participatory design (PD) projects, which was generated through methodological reflection on a programme of digital health and care research.  ...  The model is also designed to enable reflective practice and articulation of PD processes to support integration within multidisciplinary collaborations.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Digital Health and Care Institute is part of the Scottish Funding Council's Innovation Centre Programme and is part funded by the Scottish Government.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3385010.3385026 dblp:conf/pdc/TealF20 fatcat:z4whz5qjnfcgdoyibw4ts42cz4

Legal Design as a Thing: A Theory of Change and a Set of Methods to Craft a Human-Centered Legal System

Margaret Hagan
2020 Design Issues  
Introduction Human-centered design has been a dominant innovation methodology in service industries, from medicine to insurance to finance. 1 It has now come to the legal system, together with movements  ...  design"-the marriage of a human-centered design approach to the challenges and structures of the legal system. 3 This burgeoning community of people is interested in using a design approach to improve  ...  Other public service innovation design methodologies have been developed to evaluate new communications, technology, and services based on system usability. 43 Standard surveys are available to measure  ... 
doi:10.1162/desi_a_00600 fatcat:4cgzb7ugzrcjxhwpc72a3qnepe

INTEGRATING HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN METHODS IN EARLY DESIGN STAGE: USING INTERACTIVE ARCHITECTURE AS A TOOL

Zeyad El Sayad, Tarek Farghaly, Sara Hamada
2017 Journal of Al-Azhar University Engineering Sector  
It is considered to be a user-incorporated design and development process. This is achieved by primarily understanding the users" needs in buildings, communities, services, systems and products.  ...  Finally, a matrix is concluded reaching the optimum guideline methods of design in architecture, through integrating HCD methods with Interactive Architecture analyzed examples.  ...  Therefore, expressive buildings, products, systems and services are important for a designer to impress people.  ... 
doi:10.21608/auej.2017.19180 fatcat:oalxdys6xbbnfbd672uv3gfruq
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