Factors Motivating the Acceptance of New Information and Communication Technologies in UK Healthcare: A Test of Three Models

Factors Motivating the Acceptance of New Information and Communication Technologies in UK Healthcare: A Test of Three Models

Janice A. Osbourne (Brunel University, UK) and Malcolm Clarke (Brunel University, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/jhisi.2006100103
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Abstract

This paper discusses the use of three published models, the Technology acceptance model (TAM), Rogers diffusion of Innovation theory (IDT), and the Triandis theory of interpersonal behaviour (TIB), and attempts to bring them together in an integrated model to better predict the adoption of new information and communication technologies by a cohort of health professionals within UK primary care in an attempt to aid implementers in bringing technology in at an organizational level.

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