In this paper we present Torres, a conceptual framework that supports people belonging to different groups to articulate their activities. Our work is based on observations of how healthcare practitioners manage the interactions occurring when the patients' care crosses the borders of a healthcare facility. On the basis of previous works on reconciliation and of our observations, we aim to provide a framework to understand these interactions and to computationally support them so to convey the local knowledge needed both to guarantee the continuity of care and to promote the articulation of the related activities

Cabitza, F., Sarini, M., Simone, C., & Telaro, M. (2006). Torres, a Conceptual Framework for Articulation Work across Boundaries. In COOPERATIVE SYSTEMS DESIGN: SEAMLESS INTEGRATION OF ARTIFACTS AND CONVERSATIONS - ENHANCED CONCEPTS OF INFRASTRUCTURE FOR COMMUNICATION (pp.102-117).

Torres, a Conceptual Framework for Articulation Work across Boundaries

Cabitza, FA;Sarini, M;Simone, C;
2006

Abstract

In this paper we present Torres, a conceptual framework that supports people belonging to different groups to articulate their activities. Our work is based on observations of how healthcare practitioners manage the interactions occurring when the patients' care crosses the borders of a healthcare facility. On the basis of previous works on reconciliation and of our observations, we aim to provide a framework to understand these interactions and to computationally support them so to convey the local knowledge needed both to guarantee the continuity of care and to promote the articulation of the related activities
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articulation work, conceptual framework, reconciliation of terms, interorganizational processes
English
International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems MAY 09-12
978-1-58603-604-1
Cabitza, F., Sarini, M., Simone, C., & Telaro, M. (2006). Torres, a Conceptual Framework for Articulation Work across Boundaries. In COOPERATIVE SYSTEMS DESIGN: SEAMLESS INTEGRATION OF ARTIFACTS AND CONVERSATIONS - ENHANCED CONCEPTS OF INFRASTRUCTURE FOR COMMUNICATION (pp.102-117).
Cabitza, F; Sarini, M; Simone, C; Telaro, M
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