Perspectives in the Development of Mobile Medical Information Systems: Life Cycle, Management, Methodological Approach and Application discusses System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) thoroughly, focusing on Mobile Healthcare Information Systems (M-HIS). Covering all aspect of M-HIS development, the book moves from modelling, assessment, and design phases towards prototype phase.
This book discusses topics such as mobile healthcare information system requirements, model identification, user behaviour, system analysis and design. Additionally, it covers the construction, coding and testing of a new system, and encompasses a discussion on future directions of the field.
Based on an existing mobile cardiac emergency system used as a real case throughout the chapters, unifying and clarifying the various processes and concepts of SDLC for M-HIS, this book is a valuable source for medical informaticians, graduate students, and several members of biomedical and medical fields interested in medical information systems.
- Presents a system development life cycle, which can be used for developing different kinds of systems others than health related and also can be used for educational purposes to learn how to develop a system
- Includes behavioural studies in the system development life cycle to assist in the design of systems with consideration of users’ behaviour, which is even more important for medical systems
- Uses a real mobile cardiac emergency system as an example for systems development
medical informaticians, graduate students in medical informatics, systems developers, healthcare policy makers
2. Mobile Healthcare Information System Requirement
3. Model Identification
PART II ASSESSMENT PHASE
4. Behavioural Intention to Use of Healthcare Information System
5. Success of Healthcare Information System
PART III DESIGN PHASE
7. Redefinition of Mobile Healthcare Information System Requirements
8. Feasibility Study
9. Healthcare Information System Analysis
10. Mobile Healthcare Information System Design
PART IV PROTOTYPE PHASE
11. Mobile Healthcare Information System Construction
12. Mobile Healthcare Information System Coding and Testing
13. Mobile Healthcare Information System Evaluation
14. Conclusion and Future Directions in Mobile Healthcare Information System Development Life Cycle
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 3rd February 2020
- Academic Press
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Pantea Keikhosrokiani is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Computer Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM; Penang, Malaysia). She was a teaching fellow at the National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence (Nav6), USM. She has received her PhD in Service System Engineering, Information System and her master degree in Information Technology from the School of Computer Sciences, USM. She has been graduated in Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Electronics. In her PhD, she has particularly focused on developing and integrating mobile healthcare information systems to provide location-based healthcare monitoring services for patients affected by arrhythmia and hypertension. In addition, she has worked on location-based mobile commerce information system for her master degree. Her articles have been published in distinguished edited books and journals including Elsevier (Telematics & Informatics), Springer (Cognition, Technology, & Work), Taylors and Francis and IGI global, and have been indexed by ISI, Scopus and PubMed. She reviewed papers for conferences and distinguished journals related to information systems, health and medical informatics, business informatics, business informatics, etc. She also has worked as a teaching assistant at the School of Computer Sciences, USM, as part of her duty for the prestigious USM Fellowship, which was granted to her for 3 years. Her areas of interest for research and teaching are Information Systems Development, Database Systems, Health and Medical Informatics, Business Informatics, Location-Based Mobile Applications, Big Data, and Technopreneurship.
Senior Lecturer/PhD, School of Computer Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia