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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

In 1996, Woods, Patterson, and colleagues defined three levels of practice-centered design: (1) understanding, (2) usefulness, and (3) usability [23,24].

Michael C Gibbons, Svetlana Z Lowry, Emily S Patterson

JMIR Hum Factors 2014;1(1):e3