Research Paper: Incentives and Barriers That Influence Clinical Computerization in Hong Kong: A Population-based Physician Survey

@article{Leung2003ResearchPI,
  title={Research Paper: Incentives and Barriers That Influence Clinical Computerization in Hong Kong: A Population-based Physician Survey},
  author={Gabriel M. Leung and Philip L. H. Yu and Irene O. L. Wong and Janice M. Johnston and Keith Y. K. Tin},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2003},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={201-12}
}
OBJECTIVE Given the slow adoption of medical informatics in Hong Kong and Asia, we sought to understand the contributory barriers and potential incentives associated with information technology implementation. DESIGN AND MEASUREMENTS A representative sample of 949 doctors (response rate = 77.0%) was asked through a postal survey to rank a list of nine barriers associated with clinical computerization according to self-perceived importance. They ranked seven incentives or catalysts that may… CONTINUE READING
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