Performance evaluation on the implementation of Pre-established Medical Processes for nurse practitioners in the hospitals
In 2015, Taiwan announced the establishment of “Pre-established Medical Processes” and related regulations to assist nurse practitioners in the clinical tasks, maintain medical quality and patient safety, and provide protection in clinical practice. However, the effectiveness of implementation still needs to be improved and strengthened. This study adopts the TAM and the TTF as the research framework, and a cross-sectional design. The questionnaires are administered to the professional nurse practitioners in the hospitals of central Taiwan. A total of 300 questionnaires were distributed, and Smart PLS 3.0 and SPSS 24.0 were both applied to verify interpretability. The questionnaire recovery rate was 88.3%, and the overall predictive power was 65.2%. Technological characteristics and TTF had a significant impact on perceived usefulness.
Lu, Min-Chen; Chen, Ju-Peng; Li, Yu-Hsuan; Lin, Chin-Yeh; and Huang, Wei Min, "Performance evaluation on the implementation of Pre-established Medical Processes for nurse practitioners in the hospitals" (2022). ICEB 2022 Proceedings (Bangkok, Thailand). 30.