Work in Progress
Personal health records (PHR) is a tool that can be used to assist patients in health management, and cloud-based PHR is expected to effectively integrate medical resources and information, elevate overall healthcare quality, and reduce unnecessary medical costs. This study tends to explore the factors that affect users’ intention to use with regard to the Microsoft HealthVault hybrid cloud health system in Taiwan. A research model combined with Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) and Task-Technology Fit (TTF) models as well as perceived risks and trust is proposed including 10 hypotheses. After conducting a series survey, in total, 254 valid questionnaires in Taiwan were received. Some preliminary findings are discussed, and it is hoped that this model can be used to explore the key factors influencing usage intent toward the HealthVault.
Hung, Wei Hsi; Chang, I-Cheng; Yang, ZongCheng; and Li, Eldon Y., "Critical Acceptance Factors of Cloud-Based Public Health Records" (2016). ICEB 2016 Proceedings. 43.