To increase patient safety and efficiency levels in patient care, electronic health records (EHRs) are increasingly implemented in, for example, hospital settings. During the implementation of an EHR, communication is crucial because it can increase employees’ intention to use the new system. Until now, little is known about factors that influence the relation between communication and intention to use a new EHR. Therefore, this study aims to assess which factors may explain the association between the perceived quality of communication and employees’ intention to use an EHR.
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