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This document will of course need to refer frequently to the user of the CCS, and will use the following conventions for naming the user.  The CP DAM and the CCS functional model have purposefully avoided all use of job titles, and have minimized there references to functional roles of end user environments. The following tables describes how various “users” are referenced in this document..
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This document will of course need to refer frequently to the user of the CCS.  The CP DAM and the CCS functional model have purposefully avoided all use of job titles, and have avoided (to the extent possible) direct references to functional roles of end user environments. The following tables describes how various “users” are referenced in this document:
 
*When the type of user is not important to the discussion at hand, the simple term “user” is used.
 
*When the type of user is not important to the discussion at hand, the simple term “user” is used.
 
*When speaking of a business usage scenario that concerns the organizing of plans of care  into integrated “care plans”, we will use the generic functional term “care manager”.  
 
*When speaking of a business usage scenario that concerns the organizing of plans of care  into integrated “care plans”, we will use the generic functional term “care manager”.  
 
*When speaking of matters of authority or ultimate responsibility relative to plans of care or care plans, the term “plan steward” is used
 
*When speaking of matters of authority or ultimate responsibility relative to plans of care or care plans, the term “plan steward” is used
 
*When speaking of the CCS client application specifically in distinction to the CCS server application, the term “CCS client”.
 
*When speaking of the CCS client application specifically in distinction to the CCS server application, the term “CCS client”.

Latest revision as of 13:14, 14 March 2013

Terms for Referring to Users: This document will of course need to refer frequently to the user of the CCS. The CP DAM and the CCS functional model have purposefully avoided all use of job titles, and have avoided (to the extent possible) direct references to functional roles of end user environments. The following tables describes how various “users” are referenced in this document:

  • When the type of user is not important to the discussion at hand, the simple term “user” is used.
  • When speaking of a business usage scenario that concerns the organizing of plans of care into integrated “care plans”, we will use the generic functional term “care manager”.
  • When speaking of matters of authority or ultimate responsibility relative to plans of care or care plans, the term “plan steward” is used
  • When speaking of the CCS client application specifically in distinction to the CCS server application, the term “CCS client”.