A role of great relief for National Healthcare Systems can be played by companies and health professionals that operate in a privatised regime and that have the potential to provide proximity services by decentralising their provision compared to more traditionally public and centralised organisations, such as hospitals. This research was grounded on the Transformative Service Research theory (TSR), an emerging movement aiming to analyse the impacts of services on individual and collective well-being. TSR distinguishes itself from traditional service research in relation to the investigated outcomes. As a matter of fact, the healthcare sector has received great attention from the service communities because it was identified as a research priority.

Exploring the Motivation of Healthcare Professionals to Adopt New Information and Communication Technologies in a Digital Transformation Perspective

Cobelli Nicola;
2022

Abstract

A role of great relief for National Healthcare Systems can be played by companies and health professionals that operate in a privatised regime and that have the potential to provide proximity services by decentralising their provision compared to more traditionally public and centralised organisations, such as hospitals. This research was grounded on the Transformative Service Research theory (TSR), an emerging movement aiming to analyse the impacts of services on individual and collective well-being. TSR distinguishes itself from traditional service research in relation to the investigated outcomes. As a matter of fact, the healthcare sector has received great attention from the service communities because it was identified as a research priority.
Digital Transformation, Adoption Model, Health Professionals
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