The Effect of 'Device' in Task-Technology Fit: A Study of German Hospitals

Creators: Weber, Michael and Weeger, Andy and Gewald, Corinna and Haase, Ulrich
Title: The Effect of 'Device' in Task-Technology Fit: A Study of German Hospitals
Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Event Title: Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)
Event Location: Koloa, Hawaii
Projects: eKIT
Date: 2016
Divisions: Informationsmanagement
Abstract: Deploying mobile devices to perform medical tasks in hospitals is expected to improve physicians' workflow effectiveness. To benefit from the usage of smart devices in hospital settings it needs to be identified for which particular tasks these devices are suitable. Inspired by task-technology fit, this research examines constellations of conditions which result in perceived fit between particular devices and clinical tasks. It also addresses the question whether TTF triggers physicians' intention to use a particular device. Applying QCA techniques the study reveals that fit perceived by physicians does not conclusively relate with their intention to use the devices.
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Weber, Michael and Weeger, Andy and Gewald, Corinna and Haase, Ulrich (2016) The Effect of 'Device' in Task-Technology Fit: A Study of German Hospitals. In: Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Koloa, Hawaii.

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