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|Title:||Human-data interaction in healthcare|
|Bibliographic citation:||Cabitza Federico, Locoro Angela (2020), Human-data interaction in healthcare. In: Information Resources Management Association, ed., Data analytics in medicine: concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications. Volume 3. Hershey, PA: IGI global, p. 1148-1167. ISBN 978-1-79981-204-3. E-ISBN 978-1-79981-205-0. DOI 10.4018/978-1-7998-1204-3.ch058.|
|Abstract:||In this chapter, we focus on an emerging strand of IT-oriented research, namely Human-Data Interaction (HDI) and on how this can be applied to healthcare. HDI regards both how humans create and use data by means of interactive systems, which can both assist and constrain them and the operational level of data work, which is both work on data and by data. Healthcare is a challenging arena where to test the potential of HDI towards a new, user-centered perspective on how to support and assess “data work”. This is especially true in current times where data are becoming increasingly big and many tools are available for the lay people, including doctors and nurses, to interact with health-related data. This chapter is a contribution in the direction of considering health-related data through the lens of HDI, and of framing data visualization tools in this strand of research. The intended aim is to let the subtler peculiarities among different kind of data and of their use emerge and be addressed adequately. Our point is that doing so can promote the design of more usable tools that can support data work from a user-centered and data quality perspective and the evidence-based validation of these tools.|
|Journal/Book:||Data analytics in medicine: concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications|
|Appears in Collections:||Contributo in volume|
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