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Functional laboratory information system requirements

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on March 05

First, based on an unsystematic review of related literature, an outline of functional laboratory information system requirements was identified. In the second stage, these requirements were identified in group meetings in the form of a semi‐structured questionnaire and given to experts. Then, a modified Delphi technique was used to reach an agreement on each item. Then, based on experts' comments, the final version of the questionnaire was presented including 61 closed‐ended items using the Likert scale and an open‐ended item. It was surveyed by 50 experts using the Delphi technique. Responses were scored, and the requirements whose mean final score was 3 and above were finally confirmed. In the second phase, based on the confirmed requirements, a checklist comprising 68 requirements was prepared and adopted hospital information systems were evaluated through researcher observation

Evaluation of system quality of hospital information system

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on March 04

To determine the factors of system quality was reviewed the related literature. the questionary includes 38 questions regarding nurses’ experiences about different factors of system quality of a HIS and their satisfaction.

Evaluating usability and patient satisfaction

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on March 04

The TUQ is a comprehensive and validated survey tool that includes questions in the domains of usefulness, ease of use, interaction quality (effectiveness), reliability, and satisfaction.

Frameworks for assessing health apps

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on March 04

followed a three-step process in order to identify and compare frameworks to MIND was followed. This process included (1) assembling all existing frameworks for mobile medical applications, (2) separating each framework into the discrete evaluation questions comprising it, and (3) mapping all questions to the 105 MIND framework questions as a reference.

Hospital information system technical evaluation tool

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on March 04

Technical requirements were determined for the HIS in three stages: Focus Group Discussion (FGD), Modified Delphi Technique and Classical Delphi Technique.73-item final list of technical requirements for the HIS in four domains, i.e. communication service, system architecture, security service and system response time.

Evaluation of the experiences and needs of users of a drug information resources website

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on March 03

An online questionnaire was developed through the use of a literature review and Google Analytics data. Face validity testing and test-retest reliability were completed prior to releasing the questionnaire.

Usability of electronic patient record systems

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on July 31

The questionnaire focusing on three principles, a choice that proved to be most relevant for clinical IT: suitability for the task (with 15 items), suitability for learning (with 8 items), and conformity with user expectations (with 8 items). Moreover, generalized evaluation scales are applicable to all types of EPR systems. The questionnaire was conceived as an online survey (applied in Questback Unipark, EFS
The survey, version 8.0). Socio-demographic and open variables (i.e. appraisal, critical issues, statements, and hints) were added. For all usability items, closed questions allowed answers on a 5-point Likert-type scale.

Evaluation of a comprehensive EHR based on the DeLone and McLean model

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on July 31

formative evaluation of a comprehensive EHR based on a mixed-methods case study designed to be interactive and concurrent, and conducted in two hospital departments, based on the updated DeLone and McLeanframework. The evaluation was based on system performance data, a questionnaire, single-person and group interviews, and ethnographic observation. It focused on four selected groups: physicians, nurses, medical secretaries, and physiotherapists. Additionally, focus group interviews with two IT departments and the implementation team were conducted

Evaluation of Physicians attitudes toward using and accepting EMR in health care

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on July 29

Physicians‟ attitude toward using and accepting EMR in health care have been analyzed by an integrated model of two classical theories i.e. technology acceptance model (TAM) and diffusion of innovation (DOI). The model was tested using an empirical survey. The final model was tested by structural equation modeling (SEM) and represented by Analysis of Moment Structures (AMOS).

Perceived Usefulness Perceived Ease of Use and User Acceptance of Information Technology

Written By Hero Khezri Last Updated on July 28

This questioner develops and validates new scales for two specific variables, perceived usefulness, and perceived ease of use