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MEDo: Mobile Technik und Prozessmanagement zur Optimierung des Aufgabenmanagements im Kontext der klinischen Visite

Langer, David (2012) MEDo: Mobile Technik und Prozessmanagement zur Optimierung des Aufgabenmanagements im Kontext der klinischen Visite. Diploma thesis, University of Ulm.

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Abstract

Medical rounds are highly influential in the decision-making process at most wards. In the course of a round, tasks are determined and distributed. But they are not formally organised – instead they are jotted down and thus are prone to errors. Physicians are not notified about new results of tests they have requested. In this work process models for four medical rounds in different wards are presented and analyzed. Based on common features an iPad application, which combines process-supported mobile task management with patient data and information, was developed. User evaluation and usability tests showed that all physicians would introduce such a system on their wards. Findings also showed that they put the input speed on the same level as with that of pen and paper.

Item Type:Thesis (Diploma)
Subjects:DBIS Research > Master and Phd-Thesis
ID Code:806
Deposited By: Ruediger Pryss
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Deposited On:08 May 2012 08:30
Last Modified:10 Apr 2013 07:27

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