Impact of perceived HIS users' performance on job satisfaction: moderating effect of perceived HIS quality
by Bassem E. Maamari; Johnny C. Chaanine
International Journal of Electronic Healthcare (IJEH), Vol. 10, No. 1/2, 2018

Abstract: The study examines the effect of perceived healthcare information system users' performance on their job satisfaction, and the moderating role of employees' perception of the healthcare information system's quality on the relationship. The results show that the perceived quality of the system coupled with their perceived performance using the system affects their job satisfaction. Moreover, in these facilities, health information systems add value to their services at the expense of the employees' workload and perceived performance, and thereby satisfaction. Therefore managers and administrators need to provide inclusion programs as well as training workshops and follow-up sessions. In addition, these healthcare facilities can build internal marketing programs to boost employees' perception of the system's quality and use.

Online publication date: Thu, 07-Jun-2018

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