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Alipour J, Hoseini Teshnizi S, Hayavi Haghighi M, Feghhi S, Sharifi R, Kohkan A. Perspectives on hospital information system in medical practice. hmj. 2010; 14 (2) :140-147
URL: http://hmj.hums.ac.ir/article-1-133-en.html
Instructor Department of Biostatistics
Abstract:   (8689 Views)
Introduction: The most effective method of collecting, storage, communication and presentation of huge amount of Information in order to obviate user needs is computer. The comprehensive hospital information system (HIS) resulted in processing of information, operational and hospital control needs in daily practice, and also accelerating and facilitating in planning, budgeting and management decision making. In this study user’s views about seven criteria of ISO9241/10 for implemented HIS was considered.
Methods: This is a descriptive cross- sectional study. Sampling was done by using of simple randomized sampling that includes 95 users of Bandar Abbas children's hospital. Data collection was done through questionnaire. Data analysis was done using descriptive and Chi-square test by SPSS Software.
Results: 69 persons (%72/7) with suitability for the task criteria , 56 persons (%58/9) with self-descriptiveness criteria, 73 persons (%76/9) with controllability criteria, 70 persons (%73/7) conformity with users expectations criteria, 51 persons (%53/7) with error tolerant criteria, 63 persons (%66/3) with suitability for individualization criteria, 56 persons (%58/9) with suitability for learning criteria of hospital information system were agree or pretty agree.
Conclusion: The findings indicated that the criteria of hospital information system is relatively desirable. To achieve desirable condition, observance and implementation of phases that is effective in development of suitable information system must be considered. Hence, HIS should be reviewed and revised in the hospital.
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Received: 2012/10/19

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