Challenger et al (2013) offer a rather dismal assessment of the introduction of a computerized system to manage medical records for all patients in the UK National Health Service. They attribute the problems with this system to a failure of the design team to apply an appropriate function allocation strategy. If it is done at all, function allocation is typically done poorly. Challenger et al (2013) offer a perspective that is well in advance of the usual fare.
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