Technology-induced anxiety: Manifestations, cultural influences, and its effect on the adoption of sensor-based technology in German and Australian hospitals

@article{Kummer2017TechnologyinducedAM,
  title={Technology-induced anxiety: Manifestations, cultural influences, and its effect on the adoption of sensor-based technology in German and Australian hospitals},
  author={Tyge-F. Kummer and Jan Recker and Markus Bick},
  journal={Information & Management},
  year={2017},
  volume={54},
  pages={73-89}
}
Sensor-based systems have healthcare transformation potential but acceptance problems jeopardize their diffusion. We theorize that perceived technology threats induce anxiety and diminish usage intentions. We use data from the pre-implementation phase in German and Australian hospitals to explore the formation of three types of anxieties, their impact on usage intentions, and the relationships between them and national culture. We find negative effects of relational and work-related anxieties… CONTINUE READING
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