Computers in Biology and Medicine V 32 I 3

Computers in Biology and Medicine
Volume 32, Issue 3, Pages 111-236 (May 2002)

Evaluation of health information systems: beyond efficiency and
effectiveness
   Pages 111-112
   Jochen R. Moehr

Evaluation: salvation or nemesis of medical informatics?
   Original Research Article
   Pages 113-125
   Jochen R. Moehr

Improving system quality through software evaluation
   Original Research Article
   Pages 127-140
   James G. McDaniel

Evaluation in the design of health information systems: application of
approaches emerging from usability engineering
   Original Research Article
   Pages 141-149
   Andre Kushniruk

Evaluation in health informatics: computer simulation
   Original Research Article
   Pages 151-164
   James G. Anderson

Beyond effectiveness: the evaluation of information systems using a
comprehensive health technology assessment framework
   Original Research Article
   Pages 165-177
   Arminée Kazanjian, Carolyn J Green

Evaluation in health informatics: social network analysis
   Original Research Article
   Pages 179-193
   James G. Anderson

The TEAM methodology for the evaluation of information systems in
biomedicine
   Original Research Article
   Pages 195-207
   Andrew Grant, Ianik Plante, Fréderic Leblanc

`CHEATS': a generic information communication technology (ICT)
evaluation framework
   Original Research Article
   Pages 209-220
   Nicola T. Shaw

A proposal to use a balanced scorecard to evaluate Information for
Health: an information strategy for the modern NHS (1998-2005)
   Original Research Article
   Pages 221-236
   Denis Protti