Use case driven research of role and identity management within the healthcare sector in Finland

Taina Kurki, Kaarina Karppinen, Jarno Salonen, Hanna-Miina Sihvonen

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    Abstract

    The research presented in this paper focuses on use case driven research of role an identity management within the healthcare sector in Finland. The role and identity issues are of increasing importance in the modern society in which information systems dominate several activities. Information systems need to be able to handle transparently and swiftly the level the access, rights, restrictions, security and manage the identities and roles of the users. The healthcare sector with ad-hoc emergency management processes, hectic situations, standards, regulation, and legal issues poses a challenge for information systems. The study aims to create relevant use cases based on real life data for illustrating the problematic of identity and role management. The goal is to propose a model which can be used in establishing the functioning of the roles in a specific system.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    MoE publication typeNot Eligible
    EventMISC Conference —Mobility, Individualisation, Socialisation, Connectivity 2010, MISC2010 - London, United Kingdom
    Duration: 20 Jan 201022 Jan 2010

    Conference

    ConferenceMISC Conference —Mobility, Individualisation, Socialisation, Connectivity 2010, MISC2010
    Abbreviated titleMISC 2010
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityLondon
    Period20/01/1022/01/10

    Keywords

    • Role management
    • identity management

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    Kurki, T., Karppinen, K., Salonen, J., & Sihvonen, H-M. (2010). Use case driven research of role and identity management within the healthcare sector in Finland. Paper presented at MISC Conference —Mobility, Individualisation, Socialisation, Connectivity 2010, MISC2010, London, United Kingdom.