This study explores the views and opinions of Indian healthcare professionals towards the use of wireless technology in healthcare environment. The study explored specifically whether wireless technology can provide added value to an Indian healthcare setting. The independent variables considered in the study were patient expectation and Time management. This study administered 1000 surveys with a return of 668 usable surveys. Based on a first order regression model, results of the study indicate that Indian healthcare professionals believed that wireless technology can provide added value. Initial findings of this study are reported here.
Hafeez-Baig, Abdul and Gururajan, Raj, "Time Management, Improved Patient Expectations and Added Value Contributing to the Perceived Acceptance of Using Wireless Handheld Devices in the Indian Healthcare" (2008). ACIS 2008 Proceedings. 47.