Community-wide Information Systems Design: Concepts and an Illustration. Patricia Flatley Brennan,RN PhD Natalie Norcross, MLS David Grindrod, MA Marti Sopher, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison. Support for this project was provided by the IADL Intiative, National Library of Medicine.
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Patricia Flatley Brennan,RN PhD
Natalie Norcross, MLS
David Grindrod, MA
Marti Sopher, PhD
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Support for this project was provided by
the IADL Intiative, National Library of Medicine
Design strategies that facilitate institutional and enterprise information systems are insufficientfor developing theinformation infrastructureneeded to meet health and health care information management challenges of the 21st century.
Effective governance is needed to
balance stakeholder claims and maximize available resources.
Performance and economic models are needed to guide investment decisions and evaluation strategies.
The Dodge Jefferson Healthier Communities Partnership
1. Community-wide information planning requires involvement of stakeholders
2. Assessing local needs and resources identifies opportunities for improving access to health information.
3.Brokering provides an efficient alternative to creation of entirely new initiatives.
4. Building community partnerships increases the capacity of the community