Developing a process model for deployment of radion frequency identification technology (RFID) in hospitals : an action research framework
Unnithan, Chandana, Smith, R. and Fraunholz, Bardo 2008, Developing a process model for deployment of radion frequency identification technology (RFID) in hospitals : an action research framework, in MCCSIS 2008 : Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference INFORMATICS 2008, IADIS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 43-50.
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MCCSIS 2008 : Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference INFORMATICS 2008
Weghorn, Hans Abraham, Ajith P.
International Association for Development of the Information Society Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems
Place of publication
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Radio Frequency Identification (RFlD) technology is increasingly being explored for deployment in hospitals to improve their existing processes. In recent years, RPID pilots has lead to full scale implementation in hospitals, especially for tracking of expensive equipment as well as movable assets that are critical in surgeries. However, academic research is yet to emerge with a generic process model that can be adapted contextually for deployment of RPID in particular hospital settings. In this paper, we propose an action research framework for a pilot implementation of RPID in a large Indian hospital, the experiences of which will contribute to and result, in the development of such a process model.
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Field of Research
080606 Global Information Systems
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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