The aim of this project is to investigate how the effects of the use of a system could play a prominent role in the contractual defini-tion of IT projects and how contract fulfilment could be determined on the basis of proven utility value and measured effects. The idea of effects-driven IT devel-opment is generally applicable to all large-scale IT pro-jects but will in this project be investigated in the context of Electronic Patient Record (EPR) systems. The project is co-funded by CSC Scandihealth A/S, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, and Region Zealand.Contact: Jesper Simonsen (simonsen@ruc.dk). Sub-projects:• Clinical Process (2005-2007).• KLIMO, Clinical Monitoring (2006-2007).• Effects-Driven IT Development in an Organizational Con-text (2006-2009).• Effects-Driven IT Development in a Clinical and Technical Context (2006-2009).
StatusIgangværende
Periode01/01/200530/06/2017
URLhttp://www.effectsdrivenit.dk
FinansieringskildeStatsligt forskningsprogram (Offentlig)
ForskningsprogramThe project is co-funded by CSC Scandihealth A/S, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, and Region Zealand

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