Int J Med Inform - Factors influencing acceptance of technology for aging in place: a systematic review.

Tópicos

{ use(2086) technolog(871) perceiv(783) }
{ age(1611) year(1155) adult(843) }
{ research(1085) discuss(1038) issu(1018) }
{ studi(1119) effect(1106) posit(819) }
{ health(3367) inform(1360) care(1135) }
{ analysi(2126) use(1163) compon(1037) }
{ studi(2440) review(1878) systemat(933) }
{ search(2224) databas(1162) retriev(909) }
{ use(1733) differ(960) four(931) }
{ first(2504) two(1366) second(1323) }
{ health(1844) social(1437) communiti(874) }
{ medic(1828) order(1363) alert(1069) }
{ result(1111) use(1088) new(759) }
{ inform(2794) health(2639) internet(1427) }
{ imag(2830) propos(1344) filter(1198) }
{ chang(1828) time(1643) increas(1301) }
{ care(1570) inform(1187) nurs(1089) }
{ general(901) number(790) one(736) }
{ system(1050) medic(1026) inform(1018) }
{ ehr(2073) health(1662) electron(1139) }
{ patient(2837) hospit(1953) medic(668) }
{ drug(1928) target(777) effect(648) }
{ can(774) often(719) complex(702) }
{ bind(1733) structur(1185) ligand(1036) }
{ sequenc(1873) structur(1644) protein(1328) }
{ method(1219) similar(1157) match(930) }
{ framework(1458) process(801) describ(734) }
{ extract(1171) text(1153) clinic(932) }
{ method(1557) propos(1049) approach(1037) }
{ design(1359) user(1324) use(1319) }
{ model(2341) predict(2261) use(1141) }
{ perform(1367) use(1326) method(1137) }
{ research(1218) medic(880) student(794) }
{ cost(1906) reduc(1198) effect(832) }
{ group(2977) signific(1463) compar(1072) }
{ sampl(1606) size(1419) use(1276) }
{ data(3008) multipl(1320) sourc(1022) }
{ intervent(3218) particip(2042) group(1664) }
{ activ(1138) subject(705) human(624) }
{ cancer(2502) breast(956) screen(824) }
{ model(3404) distribut(989) bayesian(671) }
{ imag(1947) propos(1133) code(1026) }
{ data(1737) use(1416) pattern(1282) }
{ system(1976) rule(880) can(841) }
{ measur(2081) correl(1212) valu(896) }
{ imag(1057) registr(996) error(939) }
{ featur(3375) classif(2383) classifi(1994) }
{ network(2748) neural(1063) input(814) }
{ imag(2675) segment(2577) method(1081) }
{ patient(2315) diseas(1263) diabet(1191) }
{ take(945) account(800) differ(722) }
{ motion(1329) object(1292) video(1091) }
{ assess(1506) score(1403) qualiti(1306) }
{ treatment(1704) effect(941) patient(846) }
{ surgeri(1148) surgic(1085) robot(1054) }
{ problem(2511) optim(1539) algorithm(950) }
{ error(1145) method(1030) estim(1020) }
{ learn(2355) train(1041) set(1003) }
{ concept(1167) ontolog(924) domain(897) }
{ clinic(1479) use(1117) guidelin(835) }
{ algorithm(1844) comput(1787) effici(935) }
{ data(1714) softwar(1251) tool(1186) }
{ control(1307) perform(991) simul(935) }
{ model(2220) cell(1177) simul(1124) }
{ method(984) reconstruct(947) comput(926) }
{ featur(1941) imag(1645) propos(1176) }
{ case(1353) use(1143) diagnosi(1136) }
{ howev(809) still(633) remain(590) }
{ data(3963) clinic(1234) research(1004) }
{ studi(1410) differ(1259) use(1210) }
{ risk(3053) factor(974) diseas(938) }
{ perform(999) metric(946) measur(919) }
{ import(1318) role(1303) understand(862) }
{ visual(1396) interact(850) tool(830) }
{ compound(1573) activ(1297) structur(1058) }
{ blood(1257) pressur(1144) flow(957) }
{ spatial(1525) area(1432) region(1030) }
{ record(1888) medic(1808) patient(1693) }
{ model(3480) simul(1196) paramet(876) }
{ monitor(1329) mobil(1314) devic(1160) }
{ state(1844) use(1261) util(961) }
{ model(2656) set(1616) predict(1553) }
{ data(2317) use(1299) case(1017) }
{ signal(2180) analysi(812) frequenc(800) }
{ gene(2352) biolog(1181) express(1162) }
{ time(1939) patient(1703) rate(768) }
{ patient(1821) servic(1111) care(1106) }
{ can(981) present(881) function(850) }
{ structur(1116) can(940) graph(676) }
{ high(1669) rate(1365) level(1280) }
{ use(976) code(926) identifi(902) }
{ implement(1333) system(1263) develop(1122) }
{ survey(1388) particip(1329) question(1065) }
{ estim(2440) model(1874) function(577) }
{ decis(3086) make(1611) patient(1517) }
{ process(1125) use(805) approach(778) }
{ activ(1452) weight(1219) physic(1104) }
{ method(1969) cluster(1462) data(1082) }
{ method(2212) result(1239) propos(1039) }
{ detect(2391) sensit(1101) algorithm(908) }

Resumo

RPOSE: To provide an overview of factors influencing the acceptance of electronic technologies that support aging in place by community-dwelling older adults. Since technology acceptance factors fluctuate over time, a distinction was made between factors in the pre-implementation stage and factors in the post-implementation stage.METHODS: A systematic review of mixed studies. Seven major scientific databases (including MEDLINE, Scopus and CINAHL) were searched. Inclusion criteria were as follows: (1) original and peer-reviewed research, (2) qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods research, (3) research in which participants are community-dwelling older adults aged 60 years or older, and (4) research aimed at investigating factors that influence the intention to use or the actual use of electronic technology for aging in place. Three researchers each read the articles and extracted factors.RESULTS: Sixteen out of 2841 articles were included. Most articles investigated acceptance of technology that enhances safety or provides social interaction. The majority of data was based on qualitative research investigating factors in the pre-implementation stage. Acceptance in this stage is influenced by 27 factors, divided into six themes: concerns regarding technology (e.g., high cost, privacy implications and usability factors); expected benefits of technology (e.g., increased safety and perceived usefulness); need for technology (e.g., perceived need and subjective health status); alternatives to technology (e.g., help by family or spouse), social influence (e.g., influence of family, friends and professional caregivers); and characteristics of older adults (e.g., desire to age in place). When comparing these results to qualitative results on post-implementation acceptance, our analysis showed that some factors are persistent while new factors also emerge. Quantitative results showed that a small number of variables have a significant influence in the pre-implementation stage. Fourteen out of the sixteen included articles did not use an existing technology acceptance framework or model.CONCLUSIONS: Acceptance of technology in the pre-implementation stage is influenced by multiple factors. However, post-implementation research on technology acceptance by community-dwelling older adults is scarce and most of the factors in this review have not been tested by using quantitative methods. Further research is needed to determine if and how the factors in this review are interrelated, and how they relate to existing models of technology acceptance.

Resumo Limpo

rpose provid overview factor influenc accept electron technolog support age place communitydwel older adult sinc technolog accept factor fluctuat time distinct made factor preimplement stage factor postimplement stagemethod systemat review mix studi seven major scientif databas includ medlin scopus cinahl search inclus criteria follow origin peerreview research qualit quantit mix method research research particip communitydwel older adult age year older research aim investig factor influenc intent use actual use electron technolog age place three research read articl extract factorsresult sixteen articl includ articl investig accept technolog enhanc safeti provid social interact major data base qualit research investig factor preimplement stage accept stage influenc factor divid six theme concern regard technolog eg high cost privaci implic usabl factor expect benefit technolog eg increas safeti perceiv use need technolog eg perceiv need subject health status altern technolog eg help famili spous social influenc eg influenc famili friend profession caregiv characterist older adult eg desir age place compar result qualit result postimplement accept analysi show factor persist new factor also emerg quantit result show small number variabl signific influenc preimplement stage fourteen sixteen includ articl use exist technolog accept framework modelconclus accept technolog preimplement stage influenc multipl factor howev postimplement research technolog accept communitydwel older adult scarc factor review test use quantit method research need determin factor review interrel relat exist model technolog accept

Resumos Similares

Int J Med Inform - An exploratory study of ageing women's perception on access to health informatics via a mobile phone-based intervention. ( 0,775872237219679 )
Telemed J E Health - Impact of information technology reliance and innovativeness on rural healthcare services: study of dindigul district in Tamilnadu, India. ( 0,771719329205952 )
J Med Syst - Health information technology adoption in U.S. acute care hospitals. ( 0,766535962420748 )
J Med Syst - Assessing the relationship between technology readiness and continuance intention in an E-appointment system: relationship quality as a mediator. ( 0,757458722488117 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Stages of use: consideration, initiation, utilization, and outcomes of an internet-mediated intervention. ( 0,756683883027546 )
Perspect Health Inf Manag - Health information technology and physician career satisfaction. ( 0,755471712838812 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Perceived barriers of heart failure nurses and cardiologists in using clinical decision support systems in the treatment of heart failure patients. ( 0,742604407053847 )
Telemed J E Health - Older adults' perceptions of home telehealth services. ( 0,742041670030122 )
Methods Inf Med - Information technology acceptance in health information management. ( 0,741272397253477 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Determinants of use and non-use of a web-based communication system in cerebral palsy care: evaluating the association between professionals' system use and their a priori expectancies and background. ( 0,736845119862061 )
Int J Med Inform - Older adults' perceptions of technologies aimed at falls prevention, detection or monitoring: a systematic review. ( 0,730789638239728 )
AMIA Annu Symp Proc - An empirical study of opinion leader effects on mobile information technology adoption in healthcare. ( 0,728790439979718 )
Med Decis Making - Physicians' tacit and stated policies for determining patient benefit and referral to cardiac rehabilitation. ( 0,724957153844904 )
AMIA Annu Symp Proc - Clinical information system post-adoption evaluation at the georges pompidou university hospital. ( 0,723422027513288 )
J Med Syst - High-level managers' considerations for RFID adoption in hospitals: an empirical study in Taiwan. ( 0,718305280011716 )
Int J Med Inform - Understanding physicians' acceptance of the Medline system for practicing evidence-based medicine: a decomposed TPB model. ( 0,707440809431109 )
Telemed J E Health - Understanding gender differences in m-health adoption: a modified theory of reasoned action model. ( 0,705139092497203 )
J Am Med Inform Assoc - Factors affecting home care patients' acceptance of a web-based interactive self-management technology. ( 0,700259615316641 )
J Med Syst - The adoption of mobile health management services: an empirical study. ( 0,699207227080593 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Patient perceptions of a personal health record: a test of the diffusion of innovation model. ( 0,697874917953792 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - If we offer it, will they accept? Factors affecting patient use intentions of personal health records and secure messaging. ( 0,697747168535999 )
Int J Med Inform - Comparison of the middle-aged and older users' adoption of mobile health services in China. ( 0,69702690529762 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - User acceptance of a picture archiving and communication system (PACS) in a Saudi Arabian hospital radiology department. ( 0,696560102232343 )
Int J Med Inform - Modeling factors explaining the acceptance, actual use and satisfaction of nurses using an Electronic Patient Record in acute care settings: an extension of the UTAUT. ( 0,694005548939052 )
Perspect Health Inf Manag - The effects of innovation factors on smartphone adoption among nurses in community hospitals. ( 0,692463512632135 )
J Am Med Inform Assoc - Modeling nurses' acceptance of bar coded medication administration technology at a pediatric hospital. ( 0,690159113996898 )
J Med Syst - Barriers to physicians' adoption of healthcare information technology: an empirical study on multiple hospitals. ( 0,687999289660447 )
Int J Med Inform - Do hospital physicians' attitudes change during PACS implementation? A cross-sectional acceptance study. ( 0,687853744806809 )
Int J Med Inform - The determinants of home healthcare robots adoption: an empirical investigation. ( 0,686979808486368 )
J Biomed Inform - The effects of organizational contextual factors on physicians' attitude toward adoption of Electronic Medical Records. ( 0,684966025851057 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Website quality, expectation, confirmation, and end user satisfaction: the knowledge-intensive website of the Korean National Cancer Information Center. ( 0,683033257922815 )
Telemed J E Health - Older people's attitudes toward interactive voice response systems. ( 0,681459636014727 )
Perspect Health Inf Manag - Are physicians likely to adopt emerging mobile technologies? Attitudes and innovation factors affecting smartphone use in the Southeastern United States. ( 0,677622891240833 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Differentiating innovation priorities among stakeholder in hospital care. ( 0,673777808521618 )
Telemed J E Health - Physicians' perceptions and use of a health information exchange: a pilot program in South Korea. ( 0,673331875116548 )
AMIA Annu Symp Proc - Study of the factors that promoted the implementation of electronic medical record on iPads at two emergency departments. ( 0,672546309248682 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Speech perception benefits of internet versus conventional telephony for hearing-impaired individuals. ( 0,671377940101992 )
J Med Syst - Determinants of RFID adoption in Malaysia's healthcare industry: occupational level as a moderator. ( 0,669573234628038 )
Methods Inf Med - Evaluation of the USE IT-questionnaire for the evaluation of the adoption of electronic patient records by healthcare professionals. ( 0,669573234628038 )
J Med Syst - Provider stakeholders' perceived benefit from a nascent health information exchange: a qualitative analysis. ( 0,668772491383243 )
J Med Syst - Engagement in E-learning opportunities: an empirical study on patient education using expectation confirmation theory. ( 0,664852003121855 )
Int J Med Inform - Antecedents of open source software adoption in health care organizations: a qualitative survey of experts in Canada. ( 0,663649809164799 )
Int J Med Inform - Physicians' acceptance of electronic medical records exchange: an extension of the decomposed TPB model with institutional trust and perceived risk. ( 0,661928008692611 )
Comput. Biol. Med. - Innovative health care delivery system--a questionnaire survey to evaluate the influence of behavioral factors on individuals' acceptance of telecare. ( 0,66169193841394 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Development of a health information technology acceptance model using consumers' health behavior intention. ( 0,66166310662984 )
Int J Med Inform - Impacts of second-generation electronic prescriptions on the medication management process in primary care: a systematic review. ( 0,659754820840966 )
J Telemed Telecare - Evaluation of teledermatology adoption by health-care professionals using a modified Technology Acceptance Model. ( 0,658889520032977 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Understanding the factors that influence the adoption and meaningful use of social media by physicians to share medical information. ( 0,656173728563581 )
Telemed J E Health - An empirical study of physicians' acceptance of hospital information systems in Taiwan. ( 0,655835582366172 )
Med Decis Making - Decision to adopt medical technology: case study of breast cancer radiotherapy techniques. ( 0,654252888724572 )
Telemed J E Health - Predicting medical staff intention to use an online reporting system with modified unified theory of acceptance and use of technology. ( 0,653088635165269 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Attitudes of nursing staff towards computerisation: a case of two hospitals in Nairobi, Kenya. ( 0,650361956156042 )
J Med Syst - Determinants of telemedicine acceptance in selected public hospitals in Malaysia: clinical perspective. ( 0,648438418071769 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Healthcare professional acceptance of telemonitoring for chronic care patients in primary care. ( 0,64615464259178 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - An investigation of the effect of nurses' technology readiness on the acceptance of mobile electronic medical record systems. ( 0,644973561262031 )
Perspect Health Inf Manag - Factors in medical student beliefs about electronic health record use. ( 0,643979830862136 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - A comparison of physician pre-adoption and adoption views on electronic health records in Canadian medical practices. ( 0,642652531208995 )
Int J Med Inform - The Australian general public's perceptions of having a personally controlled electronic health record (PCEHR). ( 0,642498259875101 )
Inform Health Soc Care - AmI in good care? Developing design principles for ambient intelligent domotics for elderly. ( 0,637557736377159 )
J Am Med Inform Assoc - Professional and geographical network effects on healthcare information exchange growth: does proximity really matter? ( 0,633618355241821 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Hospital-based nurses' perceptions of the adoption of Web 2.0 tools for knowledge sharing, learning, social interaction and the production of collective intelligence. ( 0,633456215807365 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Use of a text message program to raise type 2 diabetes risk awareness and promote health behavior change (part II): assessment of participants' perceptions on efficacy. ( 0,631855658669433 )
Int J Med Inform - Determinants of physicians' technology acceptance for e-health in ambulatory care. ( 0,629538088732615 )
J Biomed Inform - Electronic health record acceptance by physicians: testing an integrated theoretical model. ( 0,629260254430907 )
Int J Med Inform - Exploring nurses' confirmed expectations regarding health IT: a phenomenological study. ( 0,628501354857342 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - An empirical study to determine factors that motivate and limit the implementation of ICT in healthcare environments. ( 0,625336153517779 )
Int J Med Inform - Predictive factors of telemedicine service acceptance and behavioral intention of physicians. ( 0,625162997805029 )
Telemed J E Health - Using a modified technology acceptance model to evaluate healthcare professionals' adoption of a new telemonitoring system. ( 0,625029003286293 )
Int J Med Inform - User evaluations of design complexity: the impact of visual perceptions for effective online health communication. ( 0,619261364084532 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Increasing utilization of Internet-based resources following efforts to promote evidence-based medicine: a national study in Taiwan. ( 0,619113555621844 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Comparative evaluation of different medication safety measures for the emergency department: physicians' usage and acceptance of training, poster, checklist and computerized decision support. ( 0,618954278993913 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Factors associated with intention to use internet-based testing for sexually transmitted infections among men who have sex with men. ( 0,618631496019612 )
J Am Med Inform Assoc - The impact of computer self-efficacy, computer anxiety, and perceived usability and acceptability on the efficacy of a decision support tool for colorectal cancer screening. ( 0,617332738056167 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Understanding determinants of consumer mobile health usage intentions, assimilation, and channel preferences. ( 0,61444247859977 )
J Med Syst - Barriers to the widespread adoption of health data standards: an exploratory qualitative study in tertiary healthcare organizations in Saudi Arabia. ( 0,612490909816933 )
J Am Med Inform Assoc - Medication administration quality and health information technology: a national study of US hospitals. ( 0,610511124919217 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Factors of accepting pain management decision support systems by nurse anesthetists. ( 0,610206688451665 )
Telemed J E Health - The impact of user's perceived ability on online health information acceptance. ( 0,608912651944296 )
Med Decis Making - Risk perception of prescription drugs: results of a survey among experts in the European regulatory network. ( 0,608815135664341 )
Med Decis Making - On averages and peaks: how do people integrate attitudes about multiple diseases to reach a decision about multiplex genetic testing? ( 0,608134418840536 )
J Biomed Inform - Modeling the acceptance of clinical information systems among hospital medical staff: an extended TAM model. ( 0,604893858928879 )
Perspect Health Inf Manag - Successes and challenges in the implementation and application of telemedicine in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia. ( 0,60326745587771 )
J Am Med Inform Assoc - Behavioral health providers' beliefs about health information exchange: a statewide survey. ( 0,601916558790481 )
Health Informatics J - Provider impressions of the use of a mobile crowdsourcing app in medical practice. ( 0,601826464647112 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Health Professionals' readiness to implement electronic medical record system at three hospitals in Ethiopia: a cross sectional study. ( 0,600675523441522 )
Med Decis Making - Getting ahead of illness: using metaphors to influence medical decision making. ( 0,600167365936065 )
J Am Med Inform Assoc - Factors that physicians find encouraging and discouraging about electronic prescribing: a quantitative study. ( 0,599851677934627 )
Appl Clin Inform - Do language fluency and other socioeconomic factors influence the use of PubMed and MedlinePlus? ( 0,598371398330323 )
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak - Barriers to the use of reminder/recall interventions for immunizations: a systematic review. ( 0,596864590570469 )
Int J Med Inform - Barriers to organizational adoption of EMR systems in family physician practices: a mixed-methods study in Canada. ( 0,595968302893936 )
Telemed J E Health - Telehealth technology applications in speech-language pathology. ( 0,595436495459969 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Health care professionals' beliefs about using wiki-based reminders to promote best practices in trauma care. ( 0,59415701039626 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - A panel analysis of the strategic association between information and communication technology and public health delivery. ( 0,594027335747235 )
Int J Med Inform - The impact of medical informatics on patient satisfaction: a USA-based literature review. ( 0,591496498745473 )
Comput. Biol. Med. - Application of grey system theory in telecare. ( 0,590962376449039 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - In the words of the medical tourist: an analysis of Internet narratives by health travelers to Turkey. ( 0,589561529107717 )
Int J Med Inform - An investigation on physicians' acceptance of hospital information systems: a case study. ( 0,589434122091018 )
Int J Med Inform - Perspectives on wellness self-monitoring tools for older adults. ( 0,588680713892026 )
J. Med. Internet Res. - Attitudes of patients toward adoption of 3D technology in pain assessment: qualitative perspective. ( 0,587463889119362 )
J Med Syst - Service oriented architecture for clinical decision support: a systematic review and future directions. ( 0,58641235318671 )