IT, process and people integration for healthcare delivery in the built and human environment

M. Kagioglou, G. Aouad, M. Sexton

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The UK national health sector has been receiving the praise of many countries and it was used as the framework for delivering healthcare internationally. However, in the last few years it has failed to meet the expectations and performance standards as they are perceived by the healthcare stakeholders in a number of fronts. Recently, the UK government has announced major investments in all areas of healthcare delivery from medical and healthcare services to significant changes in the way infrastructure projects are procured, managed and maintained. This paper introduces the vision for delivering the healthcare of the future in relation to the built and human environment. In particular it introduces a major programme, which is currently underway at the Salford Centre for Research and Innovation (SCRI) in the built and human environment, at the University of Salford. In particular the programme is looking to provide a multidimensional consideration of all issues relating to delivering healthcare. Finally, an implementation/change process is introduced on how such changes can take place in a consistent and appropriate manner.

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationConcurrent Engineering
Subtitle of host publicationEnhanced Interoperable Systems
EditorsR. Jardim -Goncalves, J. Cha, A. Steiger-Garcao
Place of PublicationLisse
PublisherSwets en Zeitlinger B.V.
Pages881-885
Number of pages5
Edition1
ISBN (Print)905809524X, 9789058096234, 9058096238
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2003
Externally publishedYes
Event10th International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering Conference on Concurrent Engineering: Research and Applications, Advanced Design, Production and Management Systems - Madeira, Portugal
Duration: 26 Jul 200330 Jul 2003
Conference number: 10

Conference

Conference10th International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering Conference on Concurrent Engineering
Abbreviated titleISPE
CountryPortugal
CityMadeira
Period26/07/0330/07/03

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Kagioglou, M., Aouad, G., & Sexton, M. (2003). IT, process and people integration for healthcare delivery in the built and human environment. In R. Jardim -Goncalves, J. Cha, & A. Steiger-Garcao (Eds.), Concurrent Engineering: Enhanced Interoperable Systems (1 ed., pp. 881-885). Lisse: Swets en Zeitlinger B.V..
Kagioglou, M. ; Aouad, G. ; Sexton, M. / IT, process and people integration for healthcare delivery in the built and human environment. Concurrent Engineering: Enhanced Interoperable Systems. editor / R. Jardim -Goncalves ; J. Cha ; A. Steiger-Garcao. 1. ed. Lisse : Swets en Zeitlinger B.V., 2003. pp. 881-885
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Kagioglou, M, Aouad, G & Sexton, M 2003, IT, process and people integration for healthcare delivery in the built and human environment. in R Jardim -Goncalves, J Cha & A Steiger-Garcao (eds), Concurrent Engineering: Enhanced Interoperable Systems. 1 edn, Swets en Zeitlinger B.V., Lisse, pp. 881-885, 10th International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering Conference on Concurrent Engineering, Madeira, Portugal, 26/07/03.

IT, process and people integration for healthcare delivery in the built and human environment. / Kagioglou, M.; Aouad, G.; Sexton, M.

Concurrent Engineering: Enhanced Interoperable Systems. ed. / R. Jardim -Goncalves; J. Cha; A. Steiger-Garcao. 1. ed. Lisse : Swets en Zeitlinger B.V., 2003. p. 881-885.

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Kagioglou M, Aouad G, Sexton M. IT, process and people integration for healthcare delivery in the built and human environment. In Jardim -Goncalves R, Cha J, Steiger-Garcao A, editors, Concurrent Engineering: Enhanced Interoperable Systems. 1 ed. Lisse: Swets en Zeitlinger B.V. 2003. p. 881-885