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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Towards Adapting Scientific Workflow Systems To Healthcare Planning
Author: Vilar B.S.C.M.
Medeiros C.B.
Santanche A.
Abstract: Healthcare and research environments have common characteristics and needs, such as managing people and resources, planning and conducting distributed activities, event-sensitive and monitoring processes. There are several examples in which Workflow Management Systems can aid healthcare management, systematizing, logging and automating activities. In this work we propose a context-driven approach to produce health workflows, which goes beyond an adaptation of workflows tasks to afford health procedures - as proposed in related work - departing from the rationale born from health professionals and materialized in CIG. This paper presents our proposal to support nursing processes through customization of workflows tools using as a starting point a comparative study of systems with respect to features required by healthcare professionals.
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Date Issue: 2013
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