Empowering patients and professionals: Case of Lithuanian e-health system

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Abstract

New technologies change our social – economic everyday life by making considerable impact on its quality. The healthcare in the meantime is becoming more and more dependent on information and communication technologies, which enable the development of high quality healthcare services. The deployment of new ICTs has the potential to increase organisational efficiency of healthcare providers, change the processes of work organisation and create the conditions for electronic patient information exchange between healthcare providers according to the nationally agreed standards. The main idea of the paper is a proposition that the engagement of various stakeholder groups into the process of e-Health development has the potential to pave a more effective way of introducing innovation in healthcare sector and contribute to the greater sustainability of achieved changes. Quantitative research explored the extent and trends of the engagement and participation of stakeholder groups in the process of e-Health development in Lithuania.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)75-89
JournalInternational journal of business and management
Volume3
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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E-health
Healthcare
Stakeholders
Innovation
Organizational efficiency
Lithuania
Information and communication technology
Information exchange
Everyday life
Participation
Quantitative research
Work organization
Sustainability
Technology change
Health care services

Keywords

  • e-Health
  • Information technologies
  • Social technologies
  • Stakeholders

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Empowering patients and professionals : Case of Lithuanian e-health system. / Skaržauskienė, Aelita ; Stokaitė, Viktorija ; Mačiulienė, Monika.

In: International journal of business and management, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2015, p. 75-89.

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