Critical Success Factors for the Implementation of Integrated Healthcare Information Systems Projects: An Organizational Fit Perspective

@article{Hung2014CriticalSF,
  title={Critical Success Factors for the Implementation of Integrated Healthcare Information Systems Projects: An Organizational Fit Perspective},
  author={Shin-Yuan Hung and Charlie C. Chen and Kuan-Hsiuang Wang},
  journal={CAIS},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={39}
}
Many healthcare reforms are to digitalize and integrate healthcare information systems. However, the disparity of business benefits in having an integrated healthcare information system (IHIS) varies with organizational fit factors. Critical success factors (CSFs) exist for hospitals to implement an IHIS successfully. This study investigated the relationship between the organizational fit and the system success. In addition, we examined the moderating effect of five CSFs -information systems… CONTINUE READING

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