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Title: Information systems and healthcare XXIV: Factors affecting the EAI adoption in the healthcare sector
Authors: Khoumbati, K
Themistocleous, M
Irani, Z
Mantzana, V
Publication Date: 2008
Publisher: Communications of the AIS
Citation: Communications of the AIS. 22 (5) 87-102
Abstract: Recent developments in the field of integration technologies like Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) have emerged to support organizations towards improving the quality of services and reducing integration costs. Despite the importance of EAI, there is limited empirical research reported on its adoption in the healthcare sector. Khoumbati et al. [2006] developed a model for the evaluation of EAI in healthcare organizations. In doing so, the causal interrelationship of EAI adoption factors was identified by using fuzzy cognitive mapping. This paper is a progression of previous work in the area and seeks to contribute by validating the model through a different case environment. Thus, this paper contributes by deriving and proposing the MAESTRO model for EAI adoption. MAESTRO identifies a set of factors that influence EAI adoption and it is evaluated through a real-life case study. It provides an understanding of the EAI adoption process through its grounding on empirical data. In doing so, the MAESTRO model supports the management of healthcare organizations during the decision-making process for EAI adoption.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4475
ISSN: 1529-3181
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