Published on in Vol 1, No 1 (2014): INAUGURAL ISSUE

Applying Human Factors Principles to Mitigate Usability Issues Related to Embedded Assumptions in Health Information Technology Design

Applying Human Factors Principles to Mitigate Usability Issues Related to Embedded Assumptions in Health Information Technology Design

Applying Human Factors Principles to Mitigate Usability Issues Related to Embedded Assumptions in Health Information Technology Design

Michael C Gibbons 1, 2, MD, MPH;  Svetlana Z Lowry 3, PhD;  Emily S Patterson 4, PhD

1 Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute , Baltimore, MD, US

2 Johns Hopkins University, Departments of Medicine, Public Health, and Health Informatics , Baltimore, MD, US

3 National Institute of Standards and Technology, Information Access Division, Information Technology Laboratory , Gaithersburg, MD, US

4 The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Division of Health Information Management and Systems, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Columbus, OH, US

Corresponding Author:

  • Michael C Gibbons, MD, MPH
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Departments of Medicine, Public Health, and Health Informatics
  • 615 N Wolfe Street
  • E4032
  • Baltimore, MD
  • US
  • Phone: 1 410-502-3845
  • Email: mgibbon1@jhu.edu