Lookup NU author(s): Professor Ian McLoughlin,
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos,
Professor Rob Wilson,
Professor Mike Martin
Full text for this publication is not currently held within this repository. Alternative links are provided below where available.
The problem of the user remains central to information systems research and practice, more so given the importance now given to user-led innovation. Telecare is a much-vaunted example of e-enabled health and social care which, over the past decade or more has received considerable policy attention and investment in Europe and beyond. However, it appears that the technological opportunities offered have not been taken-up in everyday practice and that the engagement of users - service providers and end users - has been identified as a major barrier. This article presents the experience of a European level project that sought to use a form of co-production to engage users in the development of a telecare system for older people. The outcome was a platform with infrastructural properties and a service-orientated architecture better able to support subsequent innovation in use.
Author(s): McLoughlin I, Maniatopoulos G, Wilson R, Martin M
Publication type: Article
Journal: Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems
Print publication date: 01/12/2012
ISSN (print): 0905-0167
ISSN (electronic): 1901-0990
Publisher: IRIS Association