ElectronicHealthcare, 5(3) January 2007: 112-118

A Proposed Benefits Evaluation Framework for Health Information Systems in Canada     

Francis Lau, Simon Hagens and Sarah Muttitt

Abstract

This article describes a benefits evaluation framework for the health information systems currently being implemented across Canada through Canada Health Infoway with its jurisdictional partners and investment programs. This framework is based on the information systems success model by DeLone and McLean, the empirical analysis by van der Meijden on the use of this model in the health setting and our own review of evaluation studies and systematic review articles in health information systems. The current framework includes three dimensions of quality (system, information and service), two dimensions of system usage (use and user satisfaction) and three dimensions of net benefits (quality, access and productivity). Measures have been developed and work is under way to establish detailed evaluation plans and instruments for the individual investment programs to launch a series of benefits evaluation field studies across jurisdictions later this year.

 

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    Andrea McLellan wrote:

    Posted 2015/05/05 at 09:25 AM EDT

    very organized

     

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