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i ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I wish to express my heartfelt appreciation to my supervisor, Associate Professor Dr. Suhaiza Hanim Mohd Zailani and faithful thanks to my lecturer, Associate Professor Dr. T. Ramayah for their valuable guidance and encouragement throughout the research and thesis write up. I also wish to accord my appreciation to all respondents who had(More)
The purpose of this study is to explore the determinants of telemedicine acceptance in selected public hospitals in Malaysia and to investigate the effect of health culture on the relationship between these determinants and telemedicine acceptance. Data were gathered by means of a survey of physicians and nurses as the main group of users of telemedicine(More)
AbstrAct Supply chain risk management has increasingly becoming a more popular research area recently. Various papers, with different focus and approaches, have been published since a few years ago. This paper aims to survey supply chain risk management (SCRM) literature. Paper published in relevant journals from 2000 to 2007 are BLOCKINanalysed BLOCKINand(More)
In recent years the natural environment becomes a major global issue. Due to increasing human and industrial impacts on the environment, environmental issues become more intense and widespread. In this regard, businesses need to place equal footing both on the environment and on their business objectives. This calls for considering the issues of sustainable(More)
Six Sigma is a business strategy that helps organizations to improve organizational efficiencies and customer satisfaction; it decreases operating costs and increases profits. Numerous practitioner studies claim that Six Sigma improves organizational performance. However, empirical research in this area is limited. No detailed investigation exists on how(More)
Electronic medical records (EMRs) have been proven to be effective tools for improving the safety and quality of healthcare despite their relatively low usage rate in hospitals. The long-term development by EMRs depends on the continued use of healthcare professionals. In this study, technology continuance theory (TCT) was used to evaluate the short-term(More)
With today’s highly competitive market in the healthcare industry, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology that can be applied by hospitals to improve operational efficiency and to gain a competitive advantage over their competitors. The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors that may effect RFID adoption in Malaysia’s healthcare(More)