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IT ambidexterity and patient agility: the mediating role of digital dynamic capability

@article{Wetering2021ITAA,
  title={IT ambidexterity and patient agility: the mediating role of digital dynamic capability},
  author={R. V. D. Wetering},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2105.09013}
}
Despite a wealth of attention for information technology (IT)-enabled transformation in healthcare research, limited attention has been given to IT’s role in developing specific organizational capabilities to respond to patients’ needs and wishes adequately. This paper investigates how hospital departments can leverage the equivocal capacity to explore and exploit IT resources and practices, i.e., IT ambidexterity, to adequately sense and respond to patients’ needs and demands, i.e., patient… Expand

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