Prosumer’s Responsibilities?: On Stage to a Dedicated Framework for Services Sharing and Compliance in the Healthcare Domain

Prosumer’s Responsibilities?: On Stage to a Dedicated Framework for Services Sharing and Compliance in the Healthcare Domain

Abdelaziz Khadraoui (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Damien Nicolas (Public Research Center Henri Tudor, Luxembourg) and Christophe Feltus (Public Research Center Henri Tudor, Luxembourg)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4313-0.ch006
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Abstract

This chapter addresses issues relating the clarification of responsibilities associated to business services. The definition of the constraints is part of the definition of the services. The main objective is to describe the influence of the constraints in the service elaboration mechanisms. The authors propose an approach for the specification of the constraints associated to services and for the management of access rights needed to use and exploit services. The usage of services is strongly coupled with the stakeholder’s responsibilities. Finally, the authors discuss a usage scenario implementing this approach in the context of sensitive data exchange between stakeholders from the healthcare domain. Furthermore, they describe how the constraints are defined.
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Modeling Responsibility

The elaboration of the responsibility meta-model (Figure 1) has been performed based on a literature overview. As explained in previous papers (Feltus, 2009; Petit, 2012) we have, in the first place, analyzed how responsibility is included in information technology professional frameworks, in the field of requirements engineering and role engineering, and in the field of access right with the review of access control models. Afterwards, this literature overview has been completed by a literature review in the field of Human Sciences (psychology, sociology, and management).

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