A Novel Evaluation Model of user Acceptance of Software Technology in Healthcare Sector

@inproceedings{Mohamadali2010ANE,
  title={A Novel Evaluation Model of user Acceptance of Software Technology in Healthcare Sector},
  author={Noor Azizah K. S. Mohamadali and J. Garibaldi},
  booktitle={HEALTHINF},
  year={2010}
}
Effective evaluation of healthcare information systems is necessary in order to ensure systems adequately meet the requirements and information processing needs of the users and healthcare organisations. A number of studies have proposed evaluation frameworks to aid in evaluation work. However, some of them can be improved upon. This paper proposes a novel evaluation model to evaluate user acceptance of software technology within the healthcare sector. It describes the theoretical basis… Expand
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