Evaluation of Non-Communicable Disease Information System Acceptance (SI-PTM) using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)

Authors : Indah Naryanti; Farid Agushybana; Eko Sediyono

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 6 - June

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6789538

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) cause 71% of deaths in the world and 76% in Indonesia. Therefore, a systematic and continuous health surveillance system is needed for control and prevention measures with complete, up-to-date and real-time recording and reporting. 90% of excel manual recording and delivery of reports are done by email. So we need an information system that supports surveillance of noncommunicable diseases. The model used in this study uses the Technology Acceptance Model to determine perceptions of usefulness, perceived convenience, attitudes and user intentions. This type of research is qualitative. The main informants are 4 PTM programmers and 9 triangulation informants at the Semarang City Health Center, Central Java, Indonesia. Methods of collecting data is through observation, interviews and documentation. The results showed that the acceptance of SI-PTM had fulfilled the user's perception of usefulness, the perception of user convenience. attitude and intention to use. Furthermore, there is a need for cross-sectoral collaboration for Information System integration and data security for the implementation of PTM Information Systems

Keywords : Non-Communicable Diseases, NonCommunicable Disease Information System, Technology Acceptance Mode


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