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Evaluating the impact of EHR on clinical reasoning performance: A TTF perspective

Matthew J. Wills, Omar F. El-Gayar, Amit V. Deokar
2012 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
, and 2) extend and validate the TTF model to the clinical domain with an emphasis on specification of the clinical reasoning task and EHR technology characteristics.  ...  However, a thorough review of the literature indicates lack of a tested, validated instrument for evaluating and predicting the impact of EHR use on clinical reasoning performance.  ...  In the first approach, convergent validity is assessed by comparing the t-values of the outer model loadings. t-values are estimated using a nonparametric bootstrapping technique of 100 samples.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/WillsED12 fatcat:xf5iolbzrfdq3jdmcgjjgtgjve

Information seeking behavioural paths of physicians for diabetes mellitus care: a qualitative comparative analysis of information needs, sources, and barriers

P.A. Kostagiolas, P.E. Kourouthanassis, K. Martzoukou, N. Korfiatis, D. Niakas
2018 Health Systems  
The study was based on empirical evidence from a survey of 159 physicians. Theoretical analysis was informed by Wilson's model of information seeking behaviour.  ...  This study addresses diabetes physicians' information seeking behavioural paths (digital, conventional, interpersonal) which lead to information needs satisfaction and the barriers encountered in this  ...  Figure 1 Theoretical articulation of the information seeking process and operationalization on healthcare settings Research aims and objectives Having identified the individual stages of information  ... 
doi:10.1080/20476965.2017.1390050 pmid:31214336 pmcid:PMC6452844 fatcat:2r5mvhznwbf67irbm42ragf5ue

I am; We are - Conceptualizing Professional Identity Threats from Information Technology

Ekaterina Jussupow, Kai Spohrer, Armin Heinzl, Carolin Link
2018 International Conference on Information Systems  
Physicians’ Resistance toward Healthcare Information Technology: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Test,” European Journal of Information Systems (16:6), pp. 725–737. Bick, M., Kummer, T.  ...  Roles can serve as operationalization of the dimensions of the professional identity.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/JussupowSHL18 fatcat:wslkblwzifhmllz4w6socki2yu

The Effects of Creating Psychological Ownership on Physicians' Acceptance of Clinical Information Systems

G. Pare, C. Sicotte, H. Jacques
2006 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
A b s t r a c t Objective: Motivated by the need to push further our understanding of physicians' acceptance of clinical information systems, we propose a relatively new construct, namely, psychological  ...  Our findings reveal that, in order to foster physicians' adoption of a clinical information system, it is important to encourage and cultivate a positive attitude toward using the new system.  ...  Still, IT value is realized only when clinical information systems (CIS) are used by their intended users.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m1930 pmid:16357351 pmcid:PMC1447539 fatcat:35ixj5hma5ad7nsne6mxqcforq


2014 Issues in Information Systems  
The success of clinical decision-making depends on providing the right information at the right time to key clinicians such as physicians.  ...  This research synthesizes the clinical and general decision-making, and information processing literature streams to build a research model and empirically validate the moderating role of uncertainty and  ...  However, operationalizing such a design would be difficult, as a physician-patient dyad needs the cooperation of both physicians and their patients.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2014_223-230 fatcat:6m4qxs6yafesll35c22yd7knx4

Examining a Model of Information Technology Acceptance by Individual Professionals: An Exploratory Study

Patrick Y.K. Chau, Paul J. Hu
2002 Journal of Management Information Systems  
The operationalization of the constructs included in the research model is another source of limitation.  ...  The limited graphical EXAMINING A MODEL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE 215 dispersion in Hong Kong may, to some degree, have diminished the perceived value of telemedicine by some physicians who  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2002.11045699 fatcat:sgion5k6wbbxdj3u6bhoa5p4ba

Information Technology, Learning, and Sales Performance

Terence Saldanha, Nadia Pomirleanu, Babu L. John Mariadoss, Sunil Mithas
2020 International Conference on Information Systems  
Empirical analysis of a multi-sourced matched-pair dataset gathered from 181 salespersons and their managers in a biotechnology medical devices company supports our theory.  ...  We theorize that employee-focused IT enablement positively moderates the effect of exploitative learning on employee performance, whereas customer-focused IT enablement positively moderates the effect  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the ICIS 2020 Track chairs, Associate Editor, and three reviewers for their support, guidance, and comments that significantly helped to improve this article.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/SaldanhaPMM20 fatcat:uus4vfjmj5gthdmtrkopcwwbgu

Factors Determining Nurses Hospital Information System Usage

Hesamaddin Kamalzadeh takhti, Azizah Binti Abdul Rahman, Samireh Abedini
This study employs the combined technology acceptance model (TAM) and theory of planned behavior (TPB) (i.e., C-TAM-TPB) that extended with self-efficacy and knowledge of information technology to examine  ...  The results also indicate that the model can explain over half of the variance in the intention to use HIS.  ...  [20] Electronic health care records system [21] Clinical information systems [22] .  ... 
doi:10.24297/ijmit.v3i3.1721 fatcat:zra3cyvg7ndkrb4vazqo2xjjqq

Information Systems and Healthcare XVI: Physician Adoption of Electronic Medical Records: Applying the UTAUT Model in a Healthcare Context

Amy Hennington, Brian D. Janz
2007 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
This study applies the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) to the phenomenon of physician adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) technology.  ...  As such, it provides a useful lens through which to view what is currently taking place in the healthcare industry regarding EMR adoption.  ...  Janz . clinical Information Systems & Healthcare XV: Physician Adoption of Electronic Medical Records: Applying the UTAUT Model in a Healthcare Context by A. Hennington & B.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01905 fatcat:hf4o3w25gzgzra3j6sfcbbkyie

Collaborative information synthesis II: Recommendations for information systems to support synthesis activities

Catherine Blake, Wanda Pratt
2006 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
One activity that consumes much of a scientist's time is developing models that balance contradictory and redundant evidence.  ...  As the quantity of information continues to exceed our human processing capacity, information systems must support users as they face the daunting task of synthesizing information.  ...  The system recommendations reported in this article provide the detail necessary to operationalize the CIS model.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20486 fatcat:ava6lw6iqjcmjfc45z2yrtrjiu

Information Technology Ambidexterity-Driven Patient Agility, Patient Service- and Market Performance: A Variance and fsQCA Approach

Rogier van de Wetering, Rachelle Bosua, Cornelis Boersma, Daan Dohmen
2022 Sustainability  
In this study, we use the dynamic capability view as our theoretical lens to develop a theoretical model with associated hypotheses and test it using cross-sectional survey data from 90 clinical hospital  ...  Modern hospitals are on the brink of a monumental change. They are currently exploring their options to digitally transform their clinical procedures and overall patient engagement.  ...  We would also like to express our gratitude to all the participating hospitals.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14074371 fatcat:pazjwri4vjfsje3me75wpgxe5u

Physicians' motivations to use mobile health monitoring: a cross-country comparison

Shintaro Okazaki, José Alberto Castañeda, Silvia Sanz, Prokriti Mukherji
2016 Behavior and Information Technology  
In both countries, physicians were likely to embrace clinical expectations (perceived value) and appreciate the ability to check patients' health remotely (ubiquitous control) as the main benefits of mobile  ...  exist in these perceptions between the countries due to different levels of physician scarcity, which is operationalized as the number of physicians available per 10,000 population.  ...  The impact of physician scarcity as a moderator of mobile-based clinical device has not been introduced in the literature, and thus can be considered as an incremental value of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0144929x.2016.1171395 fatcat:rjlsdo6dm5asdp3wz7slh7oy3q

Information Technology and Life Expectancy: A Country-Level Analysis

Sunil Mithas, Jiban Khuntia, Ritu Agarwal
2009 International Conference on Information Systems  
We investigate the validity of this assumption by examining the extent to which higher IT expenditures at the country level are associated with higher life expectancy, a key measure of healthcare outcomes  ...  Drawing on the information systems and supply chain management literature, we theorize three mechanisms to explain why IT may be associated with healthcare outcomes at the country level: information integration  ...  Unlike prior studies that focus mainly on tangible economic measures at the country level to assess the value created by IT, we assess the social value enabled by IT by examining life expectancy which  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/MithasKA09 fatcat:g4kzuos4b5c4lbmc4s533meb2u

Factors Associated with EHR User Satisfaction in Small Clinic Settings

Afnan Afnan, Chandrasekaran Ranganathan
2015 International Conference on Information Systems  
We propose a research model and associated hypotheses for our research and present current status of our research project.  ...  informal and formal) as indicated by EHR training, and (iii) IT infrastructure capability operationalized as EHR quality.  ...  A group of physicians trained by another group of physicians -with a relatively advanced knowledge on the use of EHR -can be an example of vicarious experiences.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/AfnanR15 fatcat:jolskcc73zf3ze3tjaf2t6d2tm

Informed decision making: What is its role in cancer screening?

Barbara K. Rimer, Peter A. Briss, Paula K. Zeller, Evelyn C.Y. Chan, Steven H. Woolf
2004 Cancer  
These variables generally either were not assessed or were not reported in the articles reviewed. Results of interventions on uptake of screening were variable.  ...  This report provides an overview of IDM; clarifies the differences between IDM, shared decision making (SDM), and informed consent; and reviews the evidence to date about IDM for cancer screening.  ...  IDM interventions reduce time pressures on physicians during office visits by enabling patients to review information outside of the clinical encounter.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cncr.20512 pmid:15316908 fatcat:n4kaighw55grhi5f64zr5tsx7q
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