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Proc AMIA Symp. 2000 : 185–189.
PMCID: PMC2243739

Exploring information technology adoption by family physicians: survey instrument valuation.

Abstract

As the information needs of family physicians become more complex, there will be a greater need to successfully implement the technologies needed to manage that information. The ability to stratify primary care physicians can enable the implementation process to be more efficient. This research tested a new instrument on 101 family physicians, and was able to stratify physicians into high, intermediate, and low information technology (IT) usage groups. It is expected that this stratification would allow managers of IT implementation to target specific adoption strategies for each group. The instrument is available from ddixon@julian.uwo.ca.

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