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dc.contributor.authorPapazafeiropoulou, A-
dc.contributor.authorGandecha, R-
dc.identifier.citationInternational Journal of Technology and Human Interaction. 3 (2) 1-12 pagesen
dc.description.abstractInterpretive flexibility is a term used to describe the diverse perspectives on what a technology is and can or can not do during the process of technological development. In this article, we look at how interpretive flexibility manifests through the diverse perceptions of stakeholders involved in the diffusion and adoption of the NHS Care Records Service (NCRS). Our analysis shows that while the policy makers acting upon the application of details related to the implementation of the system, the potential users are far behind the innovation decision process, namely at the knowledge or persuasion stages. We use data from a local heath authority from a county close to London. The research explores, compares, and evaluates contrasting views on the systems implementation at the local as well as national level. We believe that our analysis is useful for NCRS implementation strategies, in particular, and technology diffusion in large organisations, in general.en
dc.publisherIGI Globalen
dc.subjectNHS Care Records Serviceen
dc.subjectInnovation Diffusionen
dc.subjectInnovation Decision Processen
dc.subjectSocial Construction of Technologyen
dc.titleInterpretive flexibility along the innovation decision process of the UK NHS Care Records Service (NCRS): Insights from a local implementation case studyen
dc.typeResearch Paperen
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