Participación en Congresos

El equipo formado por los investigadores Sánchez, L.E., Caballero, I., Santos-Olmo, A., Fernández Medina, E. y Piattini, M. y con la colaboración de la división de ciberseguridad MARISMA del grupo Sicaman, ha participado con un artículo denominado HC+: Desarrollo de un marco metodológico para la mejora de la calidad y la seguridad en los procesos de los Sistemas de Información en ambientes sanitario dentro del VII Congreso Iberoamericano de Seguridad Informática (CIBSI13)., Panamá, Panamá, 29 – 31 Octubre, 2013,  Pp. 80-91, ISBN: 978-9962-676-43-0.

Este documento forma parte de los avances e investigaciones en el campo de la Ciberseguridad desarrolladas por el Grupo GSyA y la división de seguridad MARISMA del Grupo Sicaman.

ABSTRACT
In some sectors, where common business processes are run, quality and security of data play a paramount role. In order to better estimate if levels of quality and security of data are properly achieved, some process-focused methodological artifacts are required. Given the very nature of each sector, such artifacts should be conveniently adapted and parameterized to the specific problems. We are especially interested in Health Management, one critical sector in which there exist a lot of complexities. For instance, in Spain, hospitals located at the same region, they do use different data structure to manage users’ patient within different software applications for similar processes. To the best of our knowledge, there do not still exist such kind of artifacts that hospital managers could use to identify which processes are malfunctioning due to inadequate levels of quality and/or security in the data they use. In this paper, we present a framework that allow Health organizations to identify sources of malfunctioning of their more critical process in order to provide feasible plans to fix common errors. The framework named HC+ consists of an information model and a PDCA-based methodology.

 

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