Usability of m-Health Services: A Health Professional’s Perspective

  • Branka Rodić-Trmčić College of Medical Professional Studies Belgrade, Serbia
  • Aleksandra Labus University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences
  • Zorica Bogdanović University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences
  • Dragan D Babić University of Belgrade, Faculty of medicine, Serbia
  • Aleksandra Dacić-Pilčević British American Tobacco B.V. The Netherlands

Abstract

In the modern world the use of information and communication technologies, computer networks and systems based on such technologies are the determinants of efficiency and operating performance in healthcare. This paper deals with the concepts of electronic and mobile health and opportunities of their implementation in the healthcare systems. This paper will analyze the factors that influence the acceptance of mobile healthcare services among employees in health institutions. The main goal of this paper was to analyze the possibilities of using mobile healthcare services in health institutions, as well as to analyze the predictors for successful implementation of mobile health services. The research results indicate a high level of knowledge regarding the usefulness and availability of services among healthcare workers in health institutions, which is the prerequisite for a successful implementation of mobile health in the healthcare system.

Author Biographies

Branka Rodić-Trmčić, College of Medical Professional Studies Belgrade, Serbia

Branka Rodić-Trmčić is a lecturer at the College of Medical Professional Studies Belgrade and her main subject is Health informatics. Her current profesisional interests include: e-health, m-health, mobile technologies, Internet of Things, Wearable computing.

Aleksandra Labus, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences

Aleksandra Labus is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences.
Her current professional interests include: e-business, m-business, Internet of things, e
education, social media and e-health.

 

Zorica Bogdanović, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences

Zorica Bogdanović is an associate professor at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences.
Her current professional interests include: e-business, m-business, Internet of things,
computer simulation, e-education and e-health.

Dragan D Babić, University of Belgrade, Faculty of medicine, Serbia

Dr Sci Med Dragan D. Babic, is an assistant professor of Medicine, University of
Belgrade, at the desk of Statistics and informatics in medicine. The areas of his scientific
interests are: diagnostic tests, measuring the information content in the medical
literature, meta-analysis, artificial intelligence. 

Aleksandra Dacić-Pilčević, British American Tobacco B.V. The Netherlands

Aleksandra Dacić-Pilčević works at the British American Tobacco B.V. in the
Netherlands. Her current professional interests include: e-business, implementation of
information systems, project management methodologies.

Published
2017-05-19
How to Cite
Rodić-Trmčić, B., Labus, A., Bogdanović, Z., Babić, D., & Dacić-Pilčević, A. (2017). Usability of m-Health Services: A Health Professional’s Perspective. Management:Journal Of Sustainable Business And Management Solutions In Emerging Economies, 21(80), 45-54. doi:10.7595/management.fon.2016.0022
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