Designing Information Systems for Hospital Social Work Management
Computers in Human Services Volume 1, Number 3,
Identifies five critical decisions and the component factors needed for their resolution when considering computerization: 1) manual versus computer information systems; 2) mainframe versus personal computers; 3) purchased versus "home-grown" software; 4) autocracy versus participatory democracy; and 5) whether computerized social work data collection systems should ever be abandoned. (Author/BL)
Romano, M.D. (1985). Designing Information Systems for Hospital Social Work Management. Computers in Human Services, 1(3), 47-58.