Confirmatory Factor Analysis to Establish Determinants of Wireless Technology in the Indian Healthcare
Tiana Gurney and
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Raj Gururajan: University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Tiana Gurney: University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Abdul Hafeez-Baig: University of Southern Queensland, Australia
International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI), 2009, vol. 1, issue 3, 19-37
This study reports the determinants of wireless technology in the Indian healthcare validated by a second order regression model. In order to assert the determinants, a qualitative study was conducted with 30 physicians using interviews to arrive at a set of barriers and drivers. Further analysis of the qualitative data indicated that there is a third component emerging, namely, clinical influence. The interview data was used to develop a survey instrument and this was administered on the Indian clinicians with 200 completed surveys. This data was used to establish the sub-components of the three major determinants as identified in the qualitative study. This is reported in this article.
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