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Table 1 TAM studies in healthcare

From: An investigation of the effect of nurses’ technology readiness on the acceptance of mobile electronic medical record systems

Studies Subjects Technology studied Antecedents of PU/PEOU
Xue et al. [49] Ageing women Mobile health informatics Perceived user resource, technology anxiety*, perceived physical condition
Pynoo et al. [27] Physicians Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) None
Hung et al. [25] Physicians Medline system None
Holden et al. [30] Nurses Bar coded medication administration technology None
Aldosari [41] Healthcare professionals PACS None
Or et al. [47] Patients Web-based self-management system None
Lim et al. [46] Females Seeking health information via mobile phone None
Kowitlawakul [31] Nurses Telemedicine Years working in hospital, support from physicians, support from administrators
Yu et al. [40] Healthcare professionals Health IT Subjective norm, image, age, job level, work experience, computer skills
Xue et al. [48] Females Female-focused healthcare applications Output quality, result demonstrability, subjective norm, image
Aggelidis and Chatzoglou [43] Healthcare Professionals Health IT Social influence, training, facilitating conditions, anxiety*, self-efficacy
Tung et al. [33] Nurses Electronic logistic IS Compatibility, trust
Wu et al. [44] Healthcare professionals Mobile computing Compatibility, self-efficacy, technical support and training
Schaper and Pervan [38] Occupational therapists ICT Compatibility, organizational facilitating conditions, computer anxiety*, computer self-efficacy
Kim and Chang [45] Adults Health information website Information search, usage support, customization, purchase and security
Chen et al. [29] Nurses Web-based learning Demographic data (e.g., age, educational level, nursing job experience, job position, previous web-based learning experience, etc.)
Yi et al. [28] Physicians Personal Digital Asistant (PDA) Personal innovativeness in it*, result demonstrability, image, subjective norm
Pare et al. [26] Physicians Clinical IS Psychological ownership
Liu and Ma [37] Healthcare professionals Service oriented medical records Perceived service level
Liu and Ma [36] Healthcare professionals e-services for EMRs Perceived system performance
Wilson and Lankton [50] Patients e-health Intrinsic motivation
Barker et al. [34] Healthcare professionals Spoken dialogue system Product characteristics
Liang et al. [35] Healthcare professionals PDA Compatibility, job relevance, support, personal innovativeness*
Chismar et al. [24] Pediatricians Internet-based health applications Experience, subjective norm, image, job relevance, output quality, result demonstrability
Van Schaik et al. [39] Physiotherapists Portable postural assessment system None
Chau and Hu [23] Physicians Telemedicine Compatibility, peer influence
Chau and Hu [51] Physicians Telemedicine None
Rawstorne et al. [32] Nurses Patient care IS None
Hu et al. [22] Physicians Telemedicine None
  1. Note: * denotes personality traits related constructs, PEOU denotes perceived ease of use, PU denotes perceived usefulness.