- The Human Factor : this factor will include:
o Acceptance of the new system by patients: protecting patientsâ critical information.
o Acceptance of the new system by doctors, nurses and other staff members: they have to do lots of typing. They have to depend mostly on electronic data and not on paper data. They need to be trained. They need now some computer skills besides medicine. Will they have the time and motivation to use computers?
o Applicability of the various security and confidentiality issues on staff members. These issues should be easy and fast to use so that they will make life easy for the human factor. But, on the same time they should be effective.
- Create a prototype that will demonstrate the benefits of the new system through prototyping. The prototype will try to prove the usefulness of such a system by showing friendliness, easiness of data input, benefits of paperless offices, and the lots of decisions that can easily be gathered and deducted from such system.
- Gathering user input through interactive surveys that reflects the opinions of doctors, nurses, staff members as well as patients.