An improved strategic information management plan for medical institutes

Tsung Han Yang, Cheng-Yuan Ku, David C. Yen*, Wen Huai Hsieh

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The driving force behind software development of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) has been gradually changing. Heterogeneous software requirements have emerged, so how to correctly carry out development project has become a complex task. This paper adopts the knowledge engineering and management mechanism, i.e., CommonKADS, and software quality engineering to improve existing strategic information management (SIM) plan as a design methodology to help software implementation for medical institutes. We evaluate the adopting performance by a real case that examines the maturity level of the architecture alignment between the target solution in the proposed SIM plan and the built medical system.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)26-36
Number of pages11
JournalComputer Standards and Interfaces
StatePublished - 1 Mar 2016


  • Electronic medical record
  • Knowledge engineering and management
  • Software development
  • Software quality engineering
  • Strategic information management plan


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