The nursing information systems: Collaborative design of healthcare information systems
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This paper will describe a participatory design process by which individuals from many levels of hierarchy and diverse technical background envisioned and then determined the design criteria for the software system to support the delivery of high quality nursing services.
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- 1. School for Workers Continuing Education Extension, University of Wisconsin, 610 Langdon Street, 53703, Madison, WI, USA
- 2. Center for Clinical Sciences, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics Authority, Madison, WI, USA