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|Title:||The rationale of e-health evaluation: The case of NHS Direct|
|Keywords:||Healthcare services;E-health;Evaluation framework;Evaluation process;Evaluation rationale|
|Citation:||European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, (EMCIS2009), 2009|
|Abstract:||An important area of research is that of the evaluation of e-health services. A holistic e-health evaluation framework should address the aspects that are hampering healthcare services from embracing the full potential of information and communication technologies towards successful e-health initiatives. Towards building a holistic evaluation framework for e-health services, this paper is intended to examine the rationale of e-health evaluation, as the paper argues that this aspect should be addressed first in the development of such a framework. NHS Direct which is one of the largest e-health services in the world has been chosen to discuss and validate a set of evaluation rationales and their applicability in practice.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business and Management|
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