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    標題: How can hospitals better protect the privacy of electronic medical records? Perspectives from staff members of health information management departments
    作者: Sher, Ming-Ling
    Talley, Paul C.
    Cheng, Tain-Junn
    Kuo, Kuang-Ming
    貢獻者: NatlChung Cheng Univ
    Chi Mei Med Ctr
    I Shou Univ
    Chia Nan Univ
    關鍵字: electronic health records
    health information management
    privacy
    confidentiality
    attitudes
    health personnel
    Taiwan
    日期: 2017-05
    上傳時間: 2018-11-30 15:51:46 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Sage Publications Inc
    摘要: Purpose: The adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) is expected to better improve overall healthcare quality and to offset the financial pressure of excessive administrative burden. However, safeguarding EMR against potentially hostile security breaches from both inside and outside healthcare facilities has created increased patients' privacy concerns from all sides. The aim of our study was to examine the influencing factors of privacy protection for EMR by healthcare professionals. Method: We used survey methodology to collect questionnaire responses from staff members in health information management departments among nine Taiwanese hospitals active in EMR utilisation. A total of 209 valid responses were collected in 2014. We used partial least squares for analysing the collected data. Results: Perceived benefits, perceived barriers, self-efficacy and cues to action were found to have a significant association with intention to protect EMR privacy, while perceived susceptibility and perceived severity were not. Conclusion: Based on the findings obtained, we suggest that hospitals should provide continuous ethics awareness training to relevant staff and design more effective strategies for improving the protection of EMR privacy in their charge. Further practical and research implications are also discussed.
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