An Empirical Study Identifying the Factors that Impact eHealth Infastructure and eHealth Use

@inproceedings{Bagchi2005AnES,
  title={An Empirical Study Identifying the Factors that Impact eHealth Infastructure and eHealth Use},
  author={Kallol Kumar Bagchi and Godwin J. Udo and Mark Kesh},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2005}
}
This cross-national study examines factors that impact eHealth infrastructure and usage growth. The independent variables in the study are: confidence in heath care system, perception of one’s state of health, per capita national expenditure in health, % of people belonging to voluntary organizations concerned with health, human development index, cost of health care per capital, and cost of health care per GDP (data gathered from World Value Survey (WVS), World Bank, United Nations, and World… CONTINUE READING

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