Design and deployment of eHealth interventions using behavior change techniques, BPMN2 and OpenEHR

Kristina Curtis, M. Beštek, A. Brodnik

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Abstract

Healthcare Systems are transforming from focusing on acute care to focusing on managing chronic conditions. In this process they are becoming highly distributed and specialized. Innovative approaches are needed to fully support the design and deployment of new eHealth interventions. Design should be based on theory and evidence, and deployment should be supported by a sustainable ICT platform, that enables interoperability and reusability by focusing on open standards, open data, open source technology and knowledge modeling. We tested one such method that focuses on using behavior change techniques for the design phase, and tested OpenEHR and BPMN2 as the basis for the ICT platform to support the deployment phase.

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Keywords

  • electronic health records
  • health care
  • open systems
  • public domain software
  • BPMN2
  • ICT platform
  • OpenEHR
  • behavior change techniques
  • chronic conditions
  • eHealth interventions
  • electronic health record
  • information communication technology
  • interoperability
  • knowledge modeling
  • open data
  • open source
  • open standards
  • reusability
  • behavior change interventions
  • eCare
  • interventions
  • Business
  • Data models
  • Interoperability
  • Medical services
  • Object oriented modeling
  • Psychology
  • Standards

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