Data redundancy constitutes a challenge in modern healthcare systems, and is therefore critical to address. This has nurtured a sustained debate on how this challenge may be addressed through standardization of e.g. information models and technologies. However, redundant data also has an important role in clinical practice. This calls for improved understanding on the role of standards, and flexibility that enables necessary redundancy. In this paper, we present findings from an interpretative case study conducted at an emergencycare unit in a Norwegian hospital. We followed health professionals in all phases of the patient trajectories at the unit. We focused on how redundancy was produced and used in connection with new standardized data representations in newly implemented HISs. The paper aims to answer the following research questions: What are the implications of a local implementation of a standardized data representation for data redundancy? How do these dynamics condition emergent standardization?
|Status||Udgivet - dec. 2018|
|Begivenhed||39th International Conference on Information Systems 2018: Bridging the Internet of People, Data and Things - San Francisco Marriott Marquis, San Francisco , USA|
Varighed: 13 dec. 2018 → 16 dec. 2018
Konferencens nummer: 39
|Konference||39th International Conference on Information Systems 2018|
|Lokation||San Francisco Marriott Marquis|
|Periode||13/12/2018 → 16/12/2018|
- Health information systems
Mønsted, T. S., Fossum, K., & Aanestad, M. (2018). Managing Redundancy: A Practice Perspective on Emergent Standardization in a Hospital Unit. Afhandling præsenteret på 39th International Conference on Information Systems 2018, San Francisco , USA.