J Am Med Inform Assoc 11:241-248 doi:10.1197/jamia.M1475
  • Focus on E-health: Electronic Interactions with Patients

Modeling Patients' Acceptance of Provider-delivered E-health

Table 2

Correlations between Hypothesized Antecedents and Model Constructs

Hypothesized Antecedent IM PEOU PU-EM
Satisfaction with medical care 0.335‡ 0.229† 0.275‡
Health care knowledge 0.105 0.213† 0.081
Internet dependence 0.248† 0.221† 0.327‡
Information-seeking preference 0.175* 0.270† 0.209†
Number of physicians seen during the past 6 months −0.011 −0.065 0.000
Number of visits to physician during the past 6 months 0.044 −0.116 −0.011
Chronic disease that requires special medical attention −0.059 −0.047 0.031
  • IM = intrinsic motivation; PEOU = perceptions of ease of use; PU-EM = perceptions of usefulness–extrinsic motivation.

  • * Significant at the 0.05 level.

  • Significant at the 0.01 level.

  • Significant at the 0.001 level.

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