Les annotations pour supporter la collaboration dans le dossier patient électronique

Abstract : In the framework of the multidisciplinary DocPatient project (2002/2005), we studied the hospital electronic medical record in collaboration with a pilot site (neonatal medicine and general-purpose paediatric reanimation directed by Doctor G. Krim of the Hospital of Amiens) and an industrial partner (the company Uni-medicine).
We observed the practices of the health care professionals with the paper and electronic documents. These latter enable them to collaborate, to share knowledge about the patients, about their activities and to communicate in an asynchronous way. We retrieved in the paper documents many annotations whereas such functionality generally does not exist in the current electronic medical record. So, we studied this practice and we noticed that annotations are also a relevant support for the collaboration of health care professionals, in particular for the creation of a shared comprehension of the patients and of a collective awareness of the group activities. Finally, our mission in the project consisted to understand why and how health care professionals annotate and to specify this functionality on numerical support.
We studied the functionalities of the existing software of annotations and we compared them with the paper medical practices of annotations. Thanks to this comparison, we choose a set of functionalities we implemented in a model: DocAnnot. In order to validate our hypothesis, we carried out an evaluation of this model in our pilot site. So, we built a conceptual model of the activity of annotations and of the annotation object. To finish, we tried to abstract this model in order to propose a model independent of the medical field.
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Sandra Bringay. Les annotations pour supporter la collaboration dans le dossier patient électronique. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université de Picardie Jules Verne, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00112317⟩

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