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  • Abbas, Raja Manzar; Carroll, Noel; Richardson, Ita (2019)
    Technological advancements have accelerated the deployment of healthcare information systems (HIS) with the potential to enhance productivity, lower costs, reduce medication errors, and ease the manpower strain on the ...
  • O'Connell, James; Abbas, Raja Manzar; Beecham, Sarah; Buckley, Jim; Chochlov, Muslim; Fitzgerald, Brian; Glynn, Liam G.; Johnson, Kevin; Laffey, John; McNicholas, Bairbre; Nuseibeh, Bashar; O'Callaghan, Michael; O'Keeffe, Ian R.; Razzaq, Abdul; Rekanar, Kaavya; Richardson, Ita; Simpkin, Andrew; Storni, Cristiano; Tsvyatkova, Damyanka; Walsh, Jane C.; Welsh, Thomas; O'Keeffe, Derek (JMIR Publications, 2021)
    Background: Digital contact tracing apps have the potential to augment contact tracing systems and disrupt COVID-19 transmission by rapidly identifying secondary cases prior to the onset of infectiousness and linking them ...
  • Abbas, Raja Manzar (University of Limerick, 2021)
    Context - Across today’s patient-centric healthcare models, Health Information System (HIS) have become integral to deliver healthcare benefits across society. For example, through HIS adoption, healthcare stakeholders ...
  • Rekanar, Kaavya; O'Keeffe, Ian R.; Buckley, Sarah; Abbas, Raja Manzar; Beecham, Sarah; Chochlov, Muslim; Fitzgerald, Brian; Glynn, Liam G.; Johnson, Kevin; Laffey, John; McNicholas, Bairbre; Nuseibeh, Bashar; O'Connell, James; O'Keeffe, Derek; O'Callaghan, Mike; Razzaq, Abdul; Richardson, Ita; Simpkin, Andrew; Storni, Cristiano; Tsvyatkova, Damyanka; Walsh, Jane C.; Welsh, Thomas; Buckley, Jim (Springer, 2021)
    Background Digital Contact Tracing is seen as a key tool in reducing the propagation of Covid-19. But it requires high uptake and continued participation across the population to be efective. To achieve sufcient ...
  • Abbas, Raja Manzar; Carroll, Noel; Richardson, Ita; Beecham, Sarah (2018)
    Being able to trust technology is of vital importance to its potential users. This is particularly true within the healthcare sector where lives increasingly depend on the correct application of technology to support ...