Exploring physicians' behavioural intention toward the adoption of electronic health records: an empirical study from Jordan
by Ahmad Samed Al-Adwan; Hilary Berger
International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management (IJHTM), Vol. 15, No. 2, 2015

Abstract: The response of health professionals to the use of health information technology (HIT) can partly explain the success or failure of any HIT adoption and/or its application. The present study applies a modified version of the revised technology acceptance model (TAM) to examine EHR acceptance and utilisation by physicians in Jordan. The paper presents the theoretical basis behind the development of a research model which was employed to empirically validate the model using substantial quantitative data. The theoretical significance of this work is evidenced by utilising a rigorously constructed research model to extend technology acceptance research into the health sector.

Online publication date: Fri, 05-Feb-2016

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