Ángel Díaz-Chao

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INTRODUCTION THIS ARTICLE AIMS TO CONFIRM THE FOLLOWING CORE HYPOTHESIS: a Community of Practice's use of a Web 2.0 platform for communication between primary and hospital care leads to improved primary care and fewer hospital referrals. This core hypothesis will be corroborated by testing a further five partial hypotheses that complete the main hypothesis(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o Keywords: Information and communication technologies (ICTs) Co-innovation Firm productivity Small local firms Structural equation modeling (SEM) Total factor productivity (TFP) This study analyzes new co-innovative sources of labor productivity (i.e., ICT use, human capital and training, and new forms of work organization) in small(More)
In this paper, we develop a model to measure the effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on the labor market, aiming to settle down its net effect on employment creation. The main findings are: 1) Related with the sector services, where the regions with worse evolution of the industrial employment showed growth in the information society(More)
BACKGROUND More advanced methods and models are needed to evaluate the participation of patients and citizens in the shared health care model that eHealth proposes. OBJECTIVE The goal of our study was to design and evaluate a predictive multidimensional model of eHealth usage. METHODS We used 2011 survey data from a sample of 13,000 European citizens(More)
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