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Effective Design in Clinical Informatics BMI 211/CS 271 Amar Das Assistant Professor Medicine (Biomedical Informatics)
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Announcements Final project assignment posted this week Site Visit at Packard Hospital at February 19 Alternative site visit will be use of Google health PHR
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System Evaluation
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75% of all large IT projects in healthcare fail. Littlejohns et al., 2003, BMJ
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Many Evaluators
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Why? And for Whom? Scholarly Promotional Pragmatic Ethical Medicolegal
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What Questions to Ask Does the system technically work? Is the system used as expected? Does the system produce the desire result? Is it better than what it replaced? Is it more cost effective? What are the long-term effects on users and the organization? What is the potential global impact?
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Evaluation Perspectives 1. Systems are an external force that affect users and organizations 2. Managers and workers can control the design, implementation and effects of system 3. Complex social interactions within an organization shape the use and effects of systems
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Biases about Effects Optimist position Pessimist position Pluralist position
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Evaluation Process System Design Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation
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Formative Evaluation Giving form to a system Through iterative assessment of user needs, prototype design, and user
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  • Winter '10
  • Das
  • Evaluation methods, Subjectivist Approach, objectivist approach, development Subjectivist approach, Specific Subjectivist Methods

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