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The Jadex Project: Programming Model [chapter]

Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach, Kai Jander
2013 Intelligent Systems Reference Library  
The last topic in Section 1.4 is called active components and introduces a unication of agent concepts with concepts from service-and component-based software engineering.  ...  This programming model facilitates the interactions between agents with services and also provides a common back box view for agents that allows dierent agent types, being it BDI or simple reactive architectures  ...  The aim of the MedPAge ( Medical Path Agents) project [38, 37, 52] was improving patient scheduling in hospitals.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33323-1_2 fatcat:xcjzoobjyzg47nwgkkdmxiugku

Steps towards a digital health ecosystem

Luca Dan Serbanati, Fabrizio L. Ricci, Gregorio Mercurio, Andrei Vasilateanu
2011 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
The project's final target is the regional health digital ecosystem that interacts with the healthcare system for better supporting it.  ...  from organization-centric to patient-centric model of healthcare service delivery to facilitate collaborative, multidisciplinary and cross-organizational healthcare delivery processes is presented.  ...  Daniela Luzi in commenting on early drafts of this paper. We thank the editor and series editor for constructive criticisms of an earlier version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2011.02.011 pmid:21362497 fatcat:bgldgxnrunbdlaighp4l422thq

Organizational routines, innovation, and flexibility: The application of narrative networks to dynamic workflow

Gillian R. Hayes, Charlotte P. Lee, Paul Dourish
2011 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
Discussion Narrative networks are a means for analyzing and visualizing organizational routines in concert with more traditional requirements engineering, workflow modeling, and quality improvement outcomes  ...  Results Narrative networks enable us to view the variety of ways work has been and can be performed in practice, influencing our ability to design for innovation in use.  ...  in our study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2011.01.005 pmid:21333590 fatcat:5ssx37ze7jex3hdcezacmc5xii

Collaboration, Coordination and Computer Support: An Activity Theoretical Approach to the Design of Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Ph.D. Thesis

Jakob Bardram
1998 DAIMI Report Series  
, Kommunedata and Aarhus University Hospital.  ...  This thesis is written in partial satisfaction of the requirements for a Ph.D. in Computer Science performed within the Industrial Research Education Programme established between the University of Aarhus  ...  Part of the workplace studies, the scenarios, and the workshops were made in cooperation with Trine Grundahl, Jens Due Olsen, and Marian Thygesen.  ... 
doi:10.7146/dpb.v27i533.7062 fatcat:wscwbwns5jdnlogr7ieom3uss4

Serviceflow beyond workflow? IT support for managing inter-organizational service processes

Ingrid Wetzel, Ralf Klischewski
2004 Information Systems  
With Serviceflow Management (SFM) we argue in favor of putting these service-related aspects in the center of modeling, design and architectures.  ...  The designing of IT support for the management of inter-organizational service processes inherits the full complexity of aspects dealt with in approaches altering, automating, and supporting these processes  ...  A patient typically starts with consulting a family doctor, is directed to a specialist, chooses a hospital, goes through consultation and registration at the hospital with a schedule for further preparation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.is.2003.08.002 fatcat:tytwyipyqnccpmvokoxfy4wxtq

Response to a relational agent by hospital patients with depressive symptoms

Timothy W. Bickmore, Suzanne E. Mitchell, Brian W. Jack, Michael K. Paasche-Orlow, Laura M. Pfeifer, Julie O'Donnell
2010 Interacting with computers  
In an evaluation of 139 hospital patients who interacted with the agent at the time of discharge, all patients, regardless of depressive symptoms, rated the agent very high on measures of satisfaction  ...  However, the role of these systems in the care of patients with depression has been insufficiently examined.  ...  The agent is designed to interact with patients once every day they are in the hospital, but the primary interaction is just prior to hospital discharge.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.intcom.2009.12.001 pmid:20628581 pmcid:PMC2901553 fatcat:u4cg6kw5d5bvpiovuwj4oomozy

The future of capitation The physician role in managing change in practice

John D. Goodson, Arlene S. Bierman, Oliver Fein, Kimberly Rask, Eugene C. Rich, Harry P. Selker
2001 Journal of general internal medicine  
In this paper, we review the literature relevant to capitation, consider the interaction of financial incentives with physician and medical risk, and conclude that primary care physicians need to work  ...  they have with health plans and medical care organizations, and engage patients and communities in discussions about resource allocation.  ...  Bierman do not necessarily represent the position of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research or the Department of Health and Human Services. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1525-1497.2001.016004250.x pmid:11318926 pmcid:PMC1495203 fatcat:t5dvnz7nwzay5eajlpwmgygbxu

CRM 2.0 within E-Health Systems: Towards Achieving Health Literacy & Customer Satisfaction

Muhammad Anshari, Mohammad Nabil Almunawar, Patrick Kim Cheng Low
2012 IJID (International Journal on Informatics for Development)  
We draw the conclusion that the CRM 2.0 in healthcare technologies has brought a possibility to extend the services of e-health by enabling patients, patients families, and community at large to participate  ...  This paper is based on our works presented at ICID 2011.  ...  E-health can provide patient with opportunities to interact with their healthcare systems online and can provide new forms of patient-physician interaction [3] .  ... 
doi:10.14421/ijid.2012.01201 fatcat:5gheyogyebby3pq6n2ofhg5dju

CRM 2.0 within E-Health Systems: Towards Achieving Health Literacy & Customer Satisfaction [article]

Muhammad Anshari, Mohammad Nabil Almunawar, Patrick Kim Cheng Low
2012 arXiv   pre-print
We draw the conclusion that the CRM 2.0 in healthcare technologies has brought a possibility to extend the services of e-health by enabling patients, patient's families, and community at large to participate  ...  This paper is based on our works presented at ICID 2011.  ...  E-health can provide patient with opportunities to interact with their healthcare systems online and can provide new forms of patient-physician interaction [3] .  ... 
arXiv:1203.4309v2 fatcat:5kcq4euryfb7tam7m54uxjqbli

Developing a Third-Party Analytics Application Using Australia's National Personal Health Records System: Case Study

Niranjan Bidargaddi, Yasmin van Kasteren, Peter Musiat, Michael Kidd
2018 JMIR Medical Informatics  
It will facilitate efficient and effective treatment of patients by health practitioners and enable consumers to access and manage their own health records in cooperation with their health providers to  ...  Interaction with the electronic health record will be highly automated and form a natural part of clinical workflows.  ...  interactions with patients and will not disrupt their normal workflow.  Medicare Locals continue to provide general practices with support in the implementation of new eHealth based systems.  A large  ... 
doi:10.2196/medinform.7710 pmid:29691211 pmcid:PMC5941094 fatcat:tnhirhqp4bgmflb2tfyu2r644a

Revolution or evolution? An analysis of E-health innovation and impact using a hypercube model

Jen-Her Wu, An-Sheng Huang, Tzyh-Lih Hisa, Hsien-Tang Tsai
2006 International Journal of Electronic Healthcare  
This study utilizes a hypercube innovation model to analyze the changes in both healthcare informatics and medical related delivery processes based on the innovations from Tele-health care, E-health care  ...  Further, the critical impacts of the E-health innovations on the stakeholders: healthcare customers, hospitals, healthcare complementary providers, and healthcare regulators are identified.  ...  In E-healthcare environment, hospitals have set PC-based clinical workstations that offer services via web-based applications in clinical practices for administrative purposes around the workspace connected  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeh.2006.008688 pmid:18048232 fatcat:p4vhzbevm5duzkxdlftfbdffwm

Software Engineering with UML [article]

Bhuvan Unhelkar
2021 Zenodo  
In an age of ever-increasing demand on software developers, clarity of communication and conveyance of understanding are prerequisites for success.  ...  Welcome to Software Engineering with UML. This book acknowledges and uses the Object Management Group's Unified Modeling Language (UML 2.5) standard to engineer high-quality software solutions.  ...  This example shows what happens when a schedule is obtained by the patient object. This schedule is based on an index (from 1 to 10, as only 10 schedules are allowed in this example).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5599437 fatcat:dgpnoech75c6naeh3a7x7ao23e

Development of a Health Information Technology Acceptance Model Using Consumers' Health Behavior Intention

Jeongeun Kim, Hyeoun-Ae Park
2012 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
VA Pharmacy Reengineering and IT Support Facilitates improved VA pharmacy operations, customer service, and patient safety, concurrent with pursuit of full re-engineering of VA pharmacy applications.  ...  Examples include drug interaction alerts at the time medication is prescribed and reminders for specific guideline-based interventions during the care of patients with chronic disease.  ...  We look forward to our continued collaboration with the Department of Health and Human Services and the ONCHIT.~ t7, 12'.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.2143 pmid:23026508 pmcid:PMC3510715 fatcat:g3ogffrtuvaszpwah57z4qwu7e

The Diffusion of an Organisational Innovation: Adopting 'Patient-Focused Care' in an N.H.S. Hospital Trust

Chris Howorth, Frank Mueller, Charles Harvey
2002 Competition & Change  
This paper deals with the diffusion and adoption of an organisational innovation, 'Patient Focused Care', at a British Hospital Trust.  ...  The 'appropriation process' will play out in context-specific ways in terms of conflicts between managers and expert professionals; the way the 'foreigness' of the innovation plays out; and the way public  ...  to schedule surgical interventions based [on] the availability of resources and expected patient recovery times.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10245290213674 fatcat:ri7l2gqebrgezdo67dwirhivku

Barriers to patient, provider, and caregiver adoption and use of electronic personal health records in chronic care: a systematic review

Zahra Niazkhani, Esmaeel Toni, Mojgan Cheshmekaboodi, Andrew Georgiou, Habibollah Pirnejad
2020 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
Issues found hindering ePHR adoption/use in chronic disease care were associated with demographic factors (e.g., patient age and gender) along with key variables related to health status, computer literacy  ...  Existing evidence shows their benefits in improving outcomes, especially for chronic disease patients.  ...  With access to laboratory, pathology, imaging, operative, and procedure reports, scheduling and appointment information and medications, secure messaging patient- provider and etc.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-020-01159-1 pmid:32641128 fatcat:gf4wvryslbaxfliox47ojrdlsm
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