Assessing the Need of Decision-making Frameworks to Guide the Adoption of Health Information Systems in Healthcare

  title={Assessing the Need of Decision-making Frameworks to Guide the Adoption of Health Information Systems in Healthcare},
  author={Raja Manzar Abbas and Noel Carroll and Ita Richardson},
Hospital Information System (HIS) is important in the healthcare industry as it supports a wide range of highly specialized health-care tasks, services and provide high-quality patient care. Adoption of HIS is one of the key decisions by hospital management, yet the function of hospital decision-makers within the area of new technology adoption, specifically the decision-making processes in the adoption of HIS remains unsupported. To investigate this phenomenon, this paper identifies HIS… 

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