Margreet B. Michel-Verkerke

Margreet Michel-Verkerke


PhD-student
Ravelijn

P.O. Box 217

7500 AE Enschede
Tel: (31) (0) 6-57557934

Fax: +31 (0) 53 489 2159

Email: m.b.michel@utwente.nl




General information

Being a physician holding a MSc in Business Information Technology I have a special interest in the application and adoption of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in healthcare. I look at Electronic Patient Records and healthcare networks from an end-users’ (i.e. care providers’) perspective.


Working as a lecturer and researcher at Saxion, Knowledge Center Health, Social Work & Technology, knowledge circle Technology in Healthcare & Social Work, I coordinate the research program Electronic Patient Record.

I am also involved in the development and lecturing of the studyroute Health & Technology in the bachelor of Nursing.


Research

Evaluation of Healthcare Information Systems

USE IT-model

Electronic Patient Records


Courses


Curriculum Vitae


Education

•MSc in Business Information Technology, 2003

•Medicine, Free University Amsterdam, 1985


Career

•Researcher / lecturer at Saxion, 2008 - present

•Project manager at IZIT, 2008-2010

•Senior advisor at TriviumMeulenbeltZorg, 2004 - 2008

•Project coordinator Network Palliative Care Midden-Twente, 2004 - 2005

•Research assistant University of Twente, 2001-2004

•Project manager E-learning at ROC van Twente, 1998-2001

•Physician-teacher for nurses, doctors-assistants at ROC van Twente, 1986-1998


Research Areas

•Business information Systems

•Healthcare networks and integrated care

•Electronic Patient Records

•E-health


Recent and Relevant Publications

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B. and A.M.G.M. Hoogeboom, An Electronic Patient Record in a Nursing Home: One Size Fits All?, accepted for HICSS-45 Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science 2012: Maui.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B. and A.M.G.M. Hoogeboom, A combined approach for the evaluation of a Healthcare Information System, abstract and poster in MIC 2011. 2011: Veldhoven.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B., Nursing Information System: a relevant substitute of the paper nursing record, in User Centred Networked Health Care - Proceedings of MIE 2011, A. Moen, et al., Editors. 2011, IOS Press: Amsterdam. p. 339-343.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B., Computer Literacy of Healthcare Professionals: Fact or Fantasy?, abstract and poster in Medicine 2.0'10. 2010: Maastricht, NL.

•Spil, T.A.M., et al., The relevance of Telehealth across the Digital Divide: The transfer of knowledge over distance. Knowledge Management & E-learning: An International Journal, 2010. 2(2): p. 20

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B. and C.G. Willems, Is the careprovider ready for 'supporting health by technology'?, abstract and poster in Symposium Supporting health by technology II, 2009: Enschede.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B. and T.A.M. Spil, De mythe van de weerstand tegen het EPD. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Medische Administratie, 2006(124): p. 21-23.

•Spil, T.A.M., et al., Towards a better understanding of the e-health user: comparing USE IT and Requirements study for an Electronic Patient Record, in Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. 2005: Hawaii.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B., R.W. Schuring, and T.A.M. Spil, USE IT to Create Patient Relation Management for Multiple Sclerosis Patients, in Issues and Trends in Technology and Human Interaction, B.C. Stahl, Editor. 2007, IRM Press: Hershey PA, USA. p. 285-305.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B., R.W. Schuring, and T.A.M. Spil, Chapter X: The USE IT Model Case Studies: IT Perceptions in the Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatism and Stroke Healthcare Chains, in E-health Systems Diffusion and Use: The Innovation, the User and the USE IT Model, T.A.M. Spil and R.W. Schuring, Editors. 2006, Idea Group Publishing: Hershey, USA. p. 177-191.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B. and T.A.M. Spil, Chapter IV: Information Systems Success Theoretical Framework, in E-health Systems Diffusion and Use: The Innovation, the User and the USE IT Model, T.A.M. Spil and R.W. Schuring, Editors. 2006, Idea Group Publishing: Hershey, USA. p. 99-106.

•Spil, T.A.M., R.W. Schuring, and M.B. Michel-Verkerke, Chapter IX: USE IT: The Theoretical Framework Tested on an Electronic Prescription System for General Practitioners, in E-health Systems Diffusion and Use: The Innovation, the User and the USE IT Model, T.A.M. Spil and R.W. Schuring, Editors. 2006, Idea Group Publishing: Hershey, USA. p. 147-177.

•Spil, T.A.M., R.W. Schuring, and M.B. Michel-Verkerke, Do healthcare professionals use IT?, in Human and Organizational Dynamics in e-Health, D.C. Bangert, R. Doktor, and M. Valdez, Editors. 2005, Radcliffe Publishing: Oxford, Seattle, United Kingdom.

•Michel-Verkerke, M.B., R.W. Schuring, and T.A.M. Spil, USE IT to Create Patient Relation Management for Multiple Sclerosis Patients. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 2005. 1(4): p. 59-76.

•Spil, T. A. M., Schuring, R. W., & Michel-Verkerke, M. B. (2004). Electronic prescription system: do the professionals use it? International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management, 6(1), 32-55.

•Michel-Verkerke, M. B. (2003). What makes doctors use the Electronic Patient Record? Enschede: University of Twente.

•Michel-Verkerke, M. B., Schuring, R. W., & Harten, W. H. v. (2003). Needs, requirements, interests and impact of integrated wireless ICT in care. Enschede: University of Twente.

•Michel-Verkerke, M. B., Schuring, R. W., & Spil, T. A. M. (2003). Use IT or Leave IT: A Model To Reveal User Satisfaction of ICT-support in Health Care Processes Ex Ante and Ex Post. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference The Hospital of the Future. Warwick: Association for Healthcare Technology and Management.

•Michel-Verkerke, M. B., Spil, T. A. M., & Schuring, R. W. (2003). Patient Relation Management: a relevant solution to connect the links of a healthcare chain. In MIE 2003: Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Information. St. Malo.

•Michel-Verkerke, M. B., & Spil, T. A. M. (2002). Electronic Patien Records in the Netherlands, Luctor et Emergo; But Who is Struggling and What Will Emerge? In Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Information Systems. Gdansk.