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Table 1 Characteristics of the professional, state technical and judicial logics that are most relevant to the discussion in this paper [21]

From: Overcoming institutionalised barriers to digital health systems: an autoethnographic case study of the judicialization of a digital health tool

  Professional logic State technical logic State judicial logic
Guiding values Patient interest Public interest Constitutionalism
Actors with the legitimacy to debate issues that concern healthcare interventions Regulators of professions
Healthcare professionals and their representatives
Regulators of professions
Healthcare professionals and their representatives
Legal practitioners,
Litigants (any rights-bearing individual)
Decision-making forums Stakeholder meetings and other groupings of health professionals
Regulators’ internal committee meetings
Regulators’ internal committee meetings Courts of law
Decision-makers with coercive power Healthcare practice regulators Healthcare practice regulators Judges