Factors that promote or inhibit the implementation of e-health systems: an explanatory systematic review
Frances S Mair, Carl May, Catherine O’Donnell, Tracy Finch, Frank Sullivan & Elizabeth Murray
Volume 90, Number 5, May 2012, 357-364
Table 1. Normalization process theory coding framework used for qualitative analysis of review data on e-health implementation
Is there a clear understanding of how a new e-health service differs from existing practice?
Do individuals “buy into” the idea of the e-health service?
|Skill set workability
How does the innovation affect roles and responsibilities or training needs?
Do individuals try to alter the new service?
Do individuals have a shared understanding of the aims, objectives and expected benefits of the e-health service?
Can individuals sustain involvement?
Is there organizational support?
How do groups judge the value of the e-health service?
Do individuals have a clear understanding of their specific tasks and responsibilities in the implementation of an e-health service?
Are key individuals willing to drive the implementation?
Does the e-health service make people’s work easier?
How do individuals appraise the effects on them and their work environment?
Do individuals understand the value, benefits and importance of the e-health service?
Do individuals believe it is right for them to be involved?
Do individuals have confidence in the new system?
How are benefits or problems identified or measured?