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Collaborative Social Modeling for Designing a Patient Wellness Tracking System in a Nurse-Managed Health

By Yuan An, Prudence W. Dalrymple, Michelle Rogers, Patricia Gerrity, Jennifer Horkoff and Eric Yu


There has been an increasing need for developing health information systems for improving clinical processes and outcomes. Deeply understanding and accurately capturing the information needs of the stakeholders is crucial to successfully designing and deploying such a system. Empirical study on “effective ” methodologies for requirements analysis for information system design is one of the important aspects in design science research in information systems. In this paper, we present our case study on exploring a goal-oriented requirements analysis technique called the i * framework for eliciting and modeling the requirements for a patient wellness tracking (PWT) system in a nurse-managed health care services center. The center employs a transdisciplinary care approach for managing illnesses. The innovation and complexity in the health care approach bring

Year: 2011
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