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Volume 5 Issue 6
The Adoption of Information System Technology in Piloting the Current State of Health Institution in Tier Three Nations
|Author(s)||Abdulwahab Deji, Hanifah Musa, Sherifah Oshioke Musa|
|Abstract||This article is a pragmatic approach on the evaluation and implementation of the health information system as directed in assisting medical institutions to store patients’ health record in an electronic based method. In order to manage lots of information, the health information system comes in handy to sort data, processes and people. The system which consists of a set of interrelated components gathers, stores, and disseminates health or organizational related information of individuals working in the same health sector. All around the world the applications of digital health technology have become vital tools of modern information technology which has aided in the smooth and efficient delivery of quality healthcare. Studies have shown that the success of the electronic health information system implementation in developing countries is still low, and various reasons have however been identified as the cause of this poor outcome. This article is a pragmatic approach on the evaluation of information system technology adoption in the Nigerian health sector. The work focuses on factors that will determine the successful implementation of the health information system in health institutions in Nigeria, and how these factors can be enhanced using the Information System Quality Dimensions (Service Quality, System Quality, and Information Quality) as findings from this study show that attention should be on updating and upgrading the Information System quality dimensions (service Quality, Information Quality, and System Quality) since it reveals that there is a high dependence on these dimensions to bridge the research gap; as results show that there is an overall correlation between the analyzed variables.|
|Keywords||Health information system, IS success model, Information system technology, electronic health, Service Quality, System Quality, and Information Quality, Information System Quality Dimensions, patients’ health record.|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||The Adoption of Information System Technology in Piloting the Current State of Health Institution in Tier Three Nations - Abdulwahab Deji, Hanifah Musa, Sherifah Oshioke Musa - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8367|
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