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Table 9 Structural model results

From: Electronic Health Record Portal Adoption: a cross country analysis

Dependent variables Independent variables \( \widehat{\beta} \) total \( \widehat{\beta} \) PT a \( \widehat{\beta} \) US t otal b t PT b t US b \( \widehat{\beta} \) ( US –PT ) t ( US- PT ) b R2 Total R2 PT R2 US
BI PE 0.285 0.190 0.292 6.61** 3.29** 3.86** 0.102 1.07 0.53 0.49 0.64
EE 0.160 0.177 0.163 3.17** 2.61** 1.99* −0.014 0.13
SI 0.198 0.083 0.149 5.42** 1.57 2.91** 0.066 0.89
FC 0.062 0.001 0.181 1.51 0.02 2.15* 0.180 1.87
HM −0.141 0.026 −0.138 3.63** 0.44 2.66** −0.164 2.10*
PV 0.152 −0.004 0.196 3.62** 0.08 3.24** 0.200 2.46*
HT 0.255 0.436 0.188 6.74** 7.57** 3.60** −0.248 3.20**
UB FC 0.052 0.103 0.106 1.19 2.09* 1.26 0.003 0.04 0.36 0.23 0.47
HT 0.145 0.209 0.276 2.96** 2.59** 4.55** 0.067 0.67
CL 0.088 0.073 0.027 1.49 1.26 0.45 −0.046 0.56
ER −0.018 −0.115 0.174 0.36 1.21 2.63** 0.289 2.50*
SU 0.000 −0.066 −0.091 0.00 0.76 1.16 −0.025 0.22
UA −0.098 −0.085 0.064 1.47 0.76 0.70 0.149 1.03
BI 0.480 0.249 0.395 10.57** 3.30** 4.36** 0.146 1.26
  1. PE: Performance expectancy, EE: Effort expectancy, SI: Social influence, FC: Facilitating conditions, HM: Hedonic motivation, PV: Price value, HT Habit, BI Behavioural intention, CL: Collection, ER: Errors, UA: Unauthorized access, SU: Secondary use, UB: Use behaviour
  2. a PT Portugal; b ** = P < 0.01; * = P < 0.05