Enabling superior m-health project success: a tricountry validation

  title={Enabling superior m-health project success: a tricountry validation},
  author={Nilmini Wickramasinghe and Steve Goldberg and Rajeev K. Bali},
  journal={Int. J. Serv. Stand.},
The healthcare industry is facing increasing pressures to embrace new technologies that support greater patient access to, and higher quality of (but at the same time offer cost-effective), healthcare delivery. This pressure has spawned a plethora of initiatives to embrace the possibilities and potentials of technologies to develop and then diffuse new devices, new pharmaceutical products and support minimal invasive surgical techniques that will facilitate superior healthcare delivery… 

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