Drivers of Health Information Privacy Concern: A Comparison Study

@inproceedings{Kenny2016DriversOH,
  title={Drivers of Health Information Privacy Concern: A Comparison Study},
  author={Grace Kenny and Regina Connolly},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2016}
}
There has been an exponential increase in the utilization of health ICTs by both health professionals and individual citizens. Despite the many benefits these technologies offer, citizens’ health information privacy concerns are commonly cited as a barrier to their sustained growth. In order to address these concerns and ensure the continued success of health ICTs, the factors driving concern must be understood. At present there is a lack of understanding of what factors can affect citizens… CONTINUE READING

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