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This paper examines the influence of contextual specificity when describing technology acceptance. Social cognitive theory provides the basis for adding several independent variables (computer anxiety, prior experience, otherÕs use, organizational support, task structure, and system quality) and one intervening variable (computer-efficacy) to the technology(More)
The development of Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs) has been ongoing since the late 1960's, and it is appropriate to view the concept as one that is continuously evolving. To this point, the evolution of DRGs has involved both conceptual refinements and technical improvements, spurred by the availabilit y of more and better quality input data and by feedback(More)
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