Evidence-based health informatics frameworks for applied use

Catherine K. Craven, Bradley Doebbeling, Dominic Furniss, Richard J. Holden, Francis Lau, Laurie L. Novak

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Abstract

Health Informatics frameworks have been created surrounding the implementation, optimization, adoption, use and evaluation of health information technology including electronic health record systems and medical devices. In this contribution, established health informatics frameworks are presented. Important considerations for each framework are its purpose, component parts, rigor of development, the level of testing and validation its undergone, and its limitations. In order to understand how to use a framework effectively, it's often necessary to seek additional explanation via literature, documentation, and discussions with the developers.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEvidence-Based Health Informatics: Promoting Safety and Efficiency through Scientific Methods and Ethical Policy
PublisherIOS Press
Pages77-89
Number of pages13
Volume222
ISBN (Electronic)9781614996354
ISBN (Print)9781614996347
DOIs
StatePublished - May 20 2016

Keywords

  • Evaluation studies as a topic
  • Frameworks
  • Implementation science
  • Medical informatics
  • Models theoretical
  • Qualitative research

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine(all)

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    Craven, C. K., Doebbeling, B., Furniss, D., Holden, R. J., Lau, F., & Novak, L. L. (2016). Evidence-based health informatics frameworks for applied use. In Evidence-Based Health Informatics: Promoting Safety and Efficiency through Scientific Methods and Ethical Policy (Vol. 222, pp. 77-89). IOS Press. https://doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-635-4-77