Modeling Utilization of Planned Information Technology

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Article from the proceedings of the 1998 American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium. This article discusses modeling utilization of planned information technology.

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Creation Date: November 1998
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UNT College of Information
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Stettheimer, Timothy D.

University of North Texas

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Cleveland, Ana D., 1943-

University of North Texas

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Place of Publication: [Bethesda, Maryland]
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  • Creation: November 1998
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Article from the proceedings of the 1998 American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium. This article discusses modeling utilization of planned information technology.

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Abstract: The antecedents of technology use involve user, system, task and organization characteristics as well as externalities which can affect all of these entities. Evaluation of all entity attributes would be impossible; however, measurement of the interaction effects between these entities can acts as a proxy for individual attribute values. A model is proposed which, based upon evaluation of these interaction effects, should predict technology utilization. This model will provide insight into the relationship between the antecedents of technology utilization. Also, application of the approach described can provide a predictive model and taxonomy of variables which can be applied to predict or manipulate the likelihood of utilization for planned technology.

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5 p.

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Keyword(s): information technology | theoretical models | technology utilization
Source: American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, 1998, Orlando, Florida, United States
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UNT College of Information
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UNT Scholarly Works
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