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Journal Issue
Volume 12 Issue 1, ECIME 2008 / Jan 2009  pp1‑118

Editor: Dan Remenyi

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Multitasking: the Uncertain Impact of Technology on Knowledge Workers and Managers  pp1‑12

Frank Bannister, Dan Remenyi

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A Case Study of SME Web Application Development Effectiveness via Agile Methods  pp13‑26

Peter Clutterbuck, Terry Rowlands, Owen Seamons

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Improving the Benefits of IT Compliance Using Enterprise Management Information Systems  pp27‑38

Renata Paola Dameri

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National Survey of SMEs' Use of IT in Four Sectors  pp39‑50

R. Dyerson, G. Harindranath, D. Barnes

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Reward Systems in the Post Digitization Era: Possible Benefits and Risks  pp51‑58

Pontus Fryk

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Bronze, Silver and Gold: Effective Membership Design in Customer Rewards Programs  pp59‑66

Anders Hederstierna, Henrik Sällberg

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Organisation Profiling and the Adoption of ICT: e‑Commerce in the UK Construction Industry  pp67‑74

Martin Jackson, Andy Sloane

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Adoption and Evaluation of Mobile Commerce in Chile  pp75‑88

Ranjan B. Kini

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Where is Information Ethics in Iranian Library and Information Science Publications and Services?  pp89‑94

Mortaza Kokabi

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The Patient Data Analysis Information System: Addressing Data and Information Quality Issues  pp95‑108

David Sammon, Kieran A. O'Connor, John Leo

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Abstract

This paper reports on the development and initial end‑user evaluation (after ten months in‑use) of a Patient Data Analysis Information System (PDA‑IS) for Geriatric Medicine. The development and evaluation is the first phase of a larger ongoing research project. The PDA‑IS contains a set of high integrity patient data records (a local practice‑based repository of clinical patient data) available for the Consultant Physician in Geriatric Medicine. The evaluation of the system identifies the wide range of benefits that were realised by the Consultant Physician and indeed could be expected in the future from the deployment and extension of such a flexible solution for all Consultant Physicians in hospital practice that need to collect patient data. 

 

Keywords: geriatric medicine, patient-centric data, data integrity, relational data model, n-tier architecture, evaluation

 

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A Guideline for Virtual Team Managers: the Key to Effective Social Interaction and Communication  pp109‑118

Lara Schlenkrich, Christopher Upfold

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