- Identifying Ergonomic Requirements of ICT for Healthcare Working Systems - Podtschaske, B. & Friesdorf, W. Structure. Situation & Problem Objective & Approach Results & Conclusion. Situation. Possibilities. ICT – to gain higher quality, safety and efficiency!. Resources. Problem.
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ICT – to gain higher quality, safetyand efficiency!
Before developing ICT solutions:improve the understanding ofhealthcare working systems!
Specifying usability context analysisbydomain specific models!
Concept based approach
Outcome of use
Context of Use
[Steinheider & Legrady, 2001]
Requirements to support „collaborative work“
Evident process support „collaborative work“
B. Podtschaske, M. Koch,W. Friesdorf : Medico Ergonomics – A human centered approach for developing smart health care applications
In:M. Ziefle & C. Röcker (Eds.): Human-Centered Design of E-Health Technologies: Concepts, Methods and Applications
(30. October 2010)
Additionally investigations such as usability tests and simulations for Evaluation of the efficiency of use and the satisfaction with the product are necessary.
Context of Use