Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) for Analyzing Acceptance of the Electronic Medical Record System at RSGM UNSOED

Yunita Tri Hardini, Adi Indrayanto, Haris Budi Widodo


Introduction: One of the uses of information technology (IT) in the health sector that is becoming a trend in health services globally is electronic medical records. In Indonesia, it is known as electronic medical record (RME). Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) was developed from a psychological theory that explains user behavior starting from beliefs, attitudes, intentions, and user behavior relationships. This model is contained in the attitude of each user behavior and has two variables, namely ease of use (easy of use) and usefulness (usefulness). Research Methodology: This study uses the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to analyze the acceptance of the electronic medical record system at RSGM Unsoed through questionnaires to medical personnel and health workers at RSGM Unsoed. Analysis of the results of the questionnaire was carried out using descriptive statistical methods. Results: Respondents are more likely to agree with the statement items made by researchers regarding the usefulness of the RSGM electronic medical record system. Nearly 55% more people agree. Respondents are more likely to agree with the statement items made by researchers regarding the ease of use of the RSGM electronic medical record system. Nearly 50% more people agree. Conclusion: The application of RME according to user perceptions is useful and provides convenience for the respondent's work.

Keywords: Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), Electronic Medical Records, Dental and Oral Hospital.

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