Undergraduate freshmen are required to take medical examination as health screening when they are admitted to universities, so potential diseases can be detected and receive corrections or treatments as early as possible. According to the recent studies, the problems of chronic diseases emerge in university students and should be taken care earlier. Because of the advances in information technology that result in the resources utilization changes among university students, health resources information should be converted to electronic data which help them develop health habits and change life styles to improve their health. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the factors affected freshmen using the health examination information system, and further construct a suitable model for universities. We conducted a cross-sectional study using the structural questionnaire adapted from the theory of Information Systems Success Model created by DeLone and McLean, and refer to the constructs of Xu, Benbasat, and Cenfetelli (2013). This study collected 306 questionnaires from freshmen of a national university, and SPSS (version 21.0) and SmartPLS (version 2.0 M3) were used for the statistical analyses. The results showed that the ＂Reliability＂, ＂Accessibility＂, ＂Flexibility＂ and ＂Timeliness＂ of the ＂System Quality＂, and the ＂Currency＂, ＂Completeness＂, ＂Format＂ and ＂Accuracy＂ of the ＂Information Quality＂ had affected freshmen's Satisfaction significantly. The ＂System Satisfaction＂ also significantly affected the ＂Information Satisfaction＂. Moreover, we found the ＂System Satisfaction＂, ＂Information Satisfaction＂ and ＂Subjective Norm＂ affected the ＂Intension to use＂, and the ＂Intention to use＂ affected the ＂Individual Impact＂. Therefore, we suggest that universities should improve ＂System quality＂ and ＂Information quality＂ of the health examination information system to increase students' Satisfaction and Intention for their personal health benefits enhancement.
|Original language||Traditional Chinese|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 1 2016|
- Health Examination Information System
- Information Systems Success Model
- Theory of Planned Behavior