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Journal Article

Citizen‑Centric Approach and Healthcare Management Based on the XML Web Services  pp179-186

Mayumi Hori, Masakazu Ohashi, Shotaro Suzuki

© Jan 2006 Volume 8 Issue 3, ECITE 2005 Special, Editor: Dan Remenyi, pp143 - 230

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Citizen‑Centric Approach and Healthcare Management Based on the XML Web Services Mayumi Hori1, Masakazu Ohashi2 and Shotaro Suzuki3 1Hakuoh University, Tochigi, Japan 2Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan 3Microsoft Co Ltd. Tokyo, Japan m.hori@hakuoh.ac.jp ohashi@fps.chuo‑u.ac.jp shosuz@microsoft.com Abstract: We propose recommendations on how to improve healthcare management by utilizing the XML Web services, which enhance the quality and promote the efficiency of healthcare and medical services with a citizen‑centric, patient‑oriented approach.

 

Keywords: Citizen-centric, Patient-oriented, XML Web Services, Healthcare Management, Hub & Spoke, Collaborative Health.

 

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Journal Issue

Volume 8 Issue 3, ECITE 2005 Special / Nov 2005  pp143‑230

Editor: Dan Remenyi

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Keywords: IS integration, Mergers, Acquisitions, M&A, Success, IS evaluation, Evaluation framework, Web-based aptitude test, User acceptance, DART approach, IT value, Strategic value, Technology value, Strategy, Innovation, Failure-prone decision process, IS business value, IS evaluation project, Citizen-centric, Patient-oriented, XML web services, Healthcare management, Hub and spoke, Collaborative health, Evaluation, e-Prescription, Interdisciplinary research, Software process innovations, Organisation learning, Adoption, Individual learning styles, Computer capital, Complementary effects, Productivity, Software, Productive efficiency, Perfomance metrics, Balanced scorecard, Causality, Performance manager, Accounting, ERP implementation, IT investments, Business value, Investment quality

 

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