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EXPLORING USERS’ INTENTION TO USE HEALTH INFORMATION ON A BULLETIN BOARD SYSTEM
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, Chaoyang University ; , National Chi Nan University ; , Chaoyang University

IJCSE Volume 7, Number 1, ISSN 1995-6649 Publisher: ATISR

Abstract

This study forms an intact model to present a holistic view of users’ intention to use health information on the Internet. A survey was conducted to collect 339 questionnaires to validate the proposed model. The results reveal the following: (a) information presentation is significantly related to perceived readability; (b) information authority, word-of-mouth, and information diagnosticity are significantly related to perceived credibility; (c) information quality fit and information relevance are significantly related to perceived usefulness; and (d) perceived readability, perceived credibility, and perceived usefulness are significantly related to the intention to use information.To cite this document: Ying-Chieh Liu, Yu-An Huang, and Ming-Yueh Wang, "Exploring users’ intention to use health information on a bulletin board system", International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 89-96, 2014.Permanent link to this document:http://dx.doi.org/10.7903/ijcse.1166

Citation

Liu, Y.C., Huang, Y.A. & Wang, M.Y. (2014). EXPLORING USERS’ INTENTION TO USE HEALTH INFORMATION ON A BULLETIN BOARD SYSTEM. International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, 7(1), 89-96. ATISR. Retrieved September 20, 2019 from .