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Service Oriented Architecture Critical Sucess Factors.pdf

Konstantinos Koumaditis
2016 Figshare  
Although numerous factors affect SOA success, these have not been explored and analysed yet, especially in the area of healthcare.  ...  Due to the nature of healthcare systems, there is a need to increase SOA adoption success rates as the non-integrated nature of healthcare systems is responsible for medical errors that cause the loss  ...  National and international regulations such as: Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act and standards, like: CEN/TC 215 EN  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.2350276 fatcat:q2zm53fkhvfi5pmvpxhqzxwg2q

EVERYTHING AS A SERVICE (XAAS) ON THE CLOUD: ORIGINS, CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDS

2016 Services Transactions on Cloud Computing  
For several years now, scientists have been proposing numerous models for defining anything "as a service (aaS)", including discussions of products, processes, data & information management, and security  ...  as a service.  ...  However, in most cases, especially for public Clouds, end users can only consume Cloud services by accessing the infrastructure resources in data centers through some kinds of wide area networks, typically  ... 
doi:10.29268/stcc.2016.4.2.3 fatcat:rfikfu2hfraifnn5lh7f3fskti

Model Driven Engineering for Science Gateways [article]

David Manset, Richard McClatchey, Herve Verjus
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Suitable access to data and applications resident in SOAs via so-called Science Gateways has thus become a pressing need in various fields of science, in order to realize the benefits of Grid and Cloud  ...  for Science Gateways.  ...  Finally, a data staging service is included, which conforms to medical data standards (DICOM [30] and HL7 [31] ), to enable users to upload data to the system for subsequent analyses.  ... 
arXiv:1402.5768v1 fatcat:sdo7n4ginnbxjf7ahf6d4unuve

Are health workers motivated by income? Job motivation of Cambodian primary health workers implementing performance-based financing

Keovathanak Khim
2016 Global Health Action  
In order to improve job motivation it is important to ensure that incentives are fairly distributed and that workers have a sense of community service.  ...  Acknowledgements This is related to a sense of community service and respect, job values, and benefits, and the perception of fairness in incentive distribution.  ...  Author's contribution The author designed the study and data collection tools, managed data collection, managed and analysed data and prepared the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3402/gha.v9.31068 pmid:27319575 pmcid:PMC4913167 fatcat:pct5kbxl3vho3pv2ohaknrkgmu

National Surgical, Obstetric and Anaesthesia Planning Manual (2020 Edition) [article]

Katherine Albutt, Isabelle Citron, Walter Johnson, John Meara, Alexander Peters, Lina Roa, Haitham Shoman, Kristin Sonderman
2020 Zenodo  
With more than 50 contributors from various sectors of global health, the NSOAP Manual provides a framework for the development of plans and policies to improve the provision of safe surgery, obstetric  ...  The National Surgical Obstetric Anesthesia Planning (NSOAP) process offers ministries of health a pathway to integrate surgical planning into their overall national health strategies using a systematic  ...  Acknowledgements This publication is the result of a collaboration between the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change at Harvard Medical School and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3982868 fatcat:7u354wl6nvfiphcw25c4hrhdf4

Internal contracting of health services in Cambodia: drivers for change and lessons learned after a decade of external contracting

Sreytouch Vong, Joanna Raven, David Newlands
2018 BMC Health Services Research  
Data from the Annual Health Statistic Report 2009-2012 on utilisation of antenatal care, delivery and immunisation were analysed.  ...  baseline data for performance indicators.  ...  Secondary data from the Annual Health Statistics Report was analysed to identify trends in service utilisation. The study was conducted in four operational districts (OD).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-018-3165-z pmid:29788959 pmcid:PMC5964924 fatcat:7xp27dlegfctdfykyeonpr74d4

Scientific geodata infrastructures: challenges, approaches and directions

Lars Bernard, Stephan Mäs, Matthias Müller, Christin Henzen, Johannes Brauner
2013 International Journal of Digital Earth  
Based on various experiences in developing Geodata Infrastructures (GDI) for scientific applications, this article proposes the concept of a Scientific GDI that can be used by scientists in environmental  ...  The paper summarizes requirements and recommendations on the publication of scientific geospatial data and on functionalities to be provided in Scientific GDI.  ...  Metadata publication using Linked Data approaches can be recommended as the first step towards this goal.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17538947.2013.781244 fatcat:vnmsvmtrljcv3jb2vvfasozhca

The Survey of Information Systems in Public Administration in Poland

Ewa Ziemba, Iwona Oblak
2014 Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management  
The paper concludes with discussing its findings, implications, and avenues for further research. Overall, it is of value for audiences that include researchers and managers of public administration.  ...  It can serve as guidelines and sources for references which can stimulate further research.  ...  Acknowledgement This research has been supported by a grant entitled "Designing a system approach to sustainable development of the information society -on the example of Poland" from the National Science  ... 
doi:10.28945/1939 fatcat:smfqe6dmanfo5is2scjn6pitxi

e-Labs and Work Objects: Towards Digital Health Economies [chapter]

John D. Ainsworth, Iain E. Buchan
2009 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
We propose, as a solution to this problem, the e-Lab and Work Objects model as a sense-making platform for digital health economies -bringing together data, methods and people for timely health intelligence  ...  The optimal provision of healthcare and public health services requires the synthesis of evidence from multiple disciplines.  ...  We would like to thank the members of the Obesity e-Lab, Shared Genomics, NIHR Manchester CLAHRC, and North West e-Health projects for their input and the e-Lab Technical Architecture Group at the University  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-11284-3_22 fatcat:cn3ytnxw2faynaibnzckp5d5ge

Administrative reform and pay-for-performance methods of primary health service delivery: A comparison of 3 health districts in Cambodia, 2006-2012

Keovathanak Khim, Rohan Jayasuriya, Peter Leslie Annear
2018 International Journal of Health Planning and Management  
Keovathanak Khim was the main author; he carried out all of the data collection and analysis, prepared several initial drafts of this paper and finalised the submitted version.  ...  We used the Interrupted Time Series (ITS) method to analyse the quantitative data. A segmented linear regression model was used to estimate changes following the implementation of SOAs.  ...  the health facilities; (iii) the sample size of 72 data points with a minimum of 24 data points for each period (pre-and post-intervention) was adequate for examination of cyclical (seasonal) effects  ... 
doi:10.1002/hpm.2503 pmid:29469212 fatcat:aqjhbyrpmncp3bb7il6vvdaaci

Relationships Between Deprivation and the Self-Reported Health of Older People in Northern Ireland

Stefanie Doebler, Nina Glasgow
2016 Journal of Aging and Health  
Results: Older people suffering deprivation face a significant health disadvantage over a ten-year time span.  ...  The data are from the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS) linked to 2001-11 Census returns.  ...  never worked is much larger for men than for women and the gender difference is statistically significant.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0898264316641079 pmid:27034091 fatcat:4tl7qbpskrfh5dv4ihxtpqmtwm

Data integration for quantitative analysis of sustainability

C. Fu, G. Aouad
2009 Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers: Urban Design and Planning  
The paper highlights the background and importance of using statistical data for urban planning and analysis.  ...  Data maps generated for these case studies can assist planning and design professionals in analysing some urban sustainability issues.  ...  (c) Local education and healthcare infrastructure is represented as schools and National Health Service (NHS) facilities as points on OSMM.  ... 
doi:10.1680/udap.2009.162.3.131 fatcat:cr5wzfeg7jfrbhuejy3uae62ju

Information Technology Interoperability and Use for Better Care and Evidence: A Vital Direction for Health and Health Care

Jonathan B. Perlin, Dixie B. Baker, David J. Brailer, Douglas B. Fridsma, Mark E. Frisse, John D. Halamka, Kenneth D. Mandl, Janet M. Marchibroda, Richard Platt, Paul C. Trang
2016 NAM Perspectives  
Sponsors The Vital Directions for Health and Health Care Initiative is supported in part by the California Health Care Foundation, The John A.  ...  and Health Care Initiative, for providing valuable support for this paper.  ...  kinds of data (such as health records, vital statistics registries, and geocoded data).  ... 
doi:10.31478/201609r fatcat:sysvw4dwabdchiqxaspms52x2e

Socio-demographic data sources for monitoring locality health profiles and geographical planning of primary health care in the UK

Edgar Samarasundera, David Martin, Sonia Saxena, Azeem Majeed
2010 Primary Health Care Research and Development  
methodology for primary health care research and development.  ...  be combined with health and health care datasets, for the purposes of monitoring locality health profiles and planning primary health care.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors thank Allan Baker of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Mortality Statistics Team for valuable comments on drafts of this review paper.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s146342360999048x fatcat:zpdy2zrx4nb47ioxs2r4xslrke

Information Technology for Clinical, Translational and Comparative Effectiveness Research

C. Daniel, R. Choquet
2015 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Hidden in plain sight: bias towards sick patients when sampling patients with sufficient electronic health record data for research.  ...  Enabling re-use of care produced data for research is now gaining interest in order to facilitate public health and research in the coming years.  ...  While the re-use of electronic clinical data is forseen as a potential future for public health and patient recruitment for clinical trials, caveats are existing and are presented in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.15265/iy-2015-030 pmid:26293866 pmcid:PMC4587062 fatcat:xhhh6mfzdnbr3lr43hjinrwtge
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