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Assessing hospital physicians' acceptance of clinical information systems: a review of the relevant literature

Bram Pynoo (UGent) , Pieter Devolder (UGent) , TONY VOET (UGent) , Bart Sijnave (UGent) , Paul Gemmel (UGent) , Wouter Duyck (UGent) , Johan van Braak (UGent) and Philippe Duyck (UGent)
(2013) PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA. 53(2). p.15-31
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In view, of the tremendous potential benefits of clinical information systems (CIS) for the quality of patient care; it is hard to understand why not every CIS is embraced by its targeted users, the physicians. The aim of this study is to propose a framework for assessing hospital physicians' CIS-acceptance that can serve as a guidance for future research into this area. Hereto, a review of the relevant literature was performed in the ISI Web-of-Science database. Eleven studies were withheld from an initial dataset of 797 articles. Results show that just as in business settings, there are four core groups of variables that influence physicians' acceptance of a CIS: its usefulness and ease of use social norms, and factors in the working environment that facilitate use of the CIS (such as providing computers/workstations, compatibility between the new and existing system...). We also identified some additional variables as predictors of CIS-acceptance.
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ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS, USER ACCEPTANCE, COMMUNICATION-SYSTEM, INDIVIDUAL PROFESSIONALS, TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE, EMPIRICAL-TEST, ADOPTION, MODEL, IMPLEMENTATION, RESISTANCE

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Pynoo, Bram, Pieter Devolder, TONY VOET, Bart Sijnave, Paul Gemmel, Wouter Duyck, Johan van Braak, and Philippe Duyck. 2013. “Assessing Hospital Physicians’ Acceptance of Clinical Information Systems: a Review of the Relevant Literature.” Psychologica Belgica 53 (2): 15–31.
APA
Pynoo, B., Devolder, P., VOET, T., Sijnave, B., Gemmel, P., Duyck, W., van Braak, J., et al. (2013). Assessing hospital physicians’ acceptance of clinical information systems: a review of the relevant literature. PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA, 53(2), 15–31.
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Pynoo B, Devolder P, VOET T, Sijnave B, Gemmel P, Duyck W, et al. Assessing hospital physicians’ acceptance of clinical information systems: a review of the relevant literature. PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA. 2013;53(2):15–31.
MLA
Pynoo, Bram, Pieter Devolder, TONY VOET, et al. “Assessing Hospital Physicians’ Acceptance of Clinical Information Systems: a Review of the Relevant Literature.” PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA 53.2 (2013): 15–31. Print.
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  author       = {Pynoo, Bram and Devolder, Pieter and VOET, TONY and Sijnave, Bart and Gemmel, Paul and Duyck, Wouter and van Braak, Johan and Duyck, Philippe},
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  journal      = {PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {15--31},
  title        = {Assessing hospital physicians' acceptance of clinical information systems: a review of the relevant literature},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2013},
}

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