Telemed J E Health - Impact of information technology reliance and innovativeness on rural healthcare services: study of dindigul district in Tamilnadu, India.

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RPOSE: The aim of this report was to analyze the influence of information technology (IT) applications and innovativeness on the acceptance of rural healthcare services.METHODS: The impact of IT application, domain-specific innovativeness, and technology acceptance model (TAM) variables on future health IT (HIT) utilization intention has been tested through structural equation modeling techniques. The sample consisted of 465 rural health personnel from the Dindigul District of Tamilnadu, India, who had never had access to IT.RESULTS: Data analysis showed that health workers' innovativeness and IT application have a direct and positive influence on future HIT utilization intention and that the basic TAM hypotheses are fulfilled. IT application can be increased with interfaces that are easier to use, but only if perceived usefulness remains high. Health personnel's innovativeness positively influences technology exposure and the ease of use perception of the IT medium, referred to throughout this article as the "health channel."CONCLUSIONS: This research enables health departments to know which aspects of their communication strategies to highlight in order to get health personnel and other service providers to adopt IT. Perceived ease of use and IT application has a significant influence on health personnel's willingness to adopt HIT. This shows that health information and adoption by health personnel are key tools in the increase of future HIT. It is also recommended that health directors target some of their health campaigns to the more innovative beneficiaries. There are still too few studies that have analyzed the effects of innovativeness and IT adoption on behavior of health personnel. This work aimed to combine the influence of IT adoption, innovativeness, and the traditional TAM in order to construct an improved model for HIT acceptance. It will require an integrated model to do so.

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