HumanInsight Telehealth care system for chronic disease management of middle-aged and older adults in remote areas
Health Informatics J. 2022 Oct-Dec;28(4):14604582221141835. doi: 10.1177/14604582221141835.
BACKGROUND: With the global spread of the coronavirus disease pandemic, governments have become more interested in applying telehealth technology in 2020.
OBJECTIVE: This study integrates the technology acceptance model and information system success model to explore the influence of satisfaction, attitudes, and continued use of telehealth systems among middle-aged and older people in remote areas.
METHODS: The study participants were patients over 40 years (inclusive) who lived in remote townships in eastern Taiwan, were diagnosed with diabetes or hypertension, and used the telehealth care system. In total, 545 questionnaires were returned, resulting in a recovery rate of 99%.
RESULTS: Accepting the hypothesized structural equation model, this study found that information, system, and service quality were influenced by the mediating effect of perceived ease of use and the perceived usefulness of the technology acceptance model. The use of telehealth care systems among chronic patients increased significantly.
PMID:36447304 | DOI:10.1177/14604582221141835
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