A Dynamic Nursing Workflow Management System: A Thailand Hospital Scenario
In this chapter, we propose the use of dynamic compilation of web services to support workflow management using a hospital scenario in Thailand. Web service based on work practices of nursing system in Thailand is discussed. A dynamic platform for workflow management (DPWFM), which integrates decision making process of workflow management by allowing nurse supervisors to customize workflow requirement is proposed.
KeywordsWorkflow management Web services Work practices
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