Examination of Technology Acceptance Model on Attitude Toward SIHA in Wonosobo Indonesia

Julia Pertiwi, Anita Nugrahaeni


Advances in technology produce health information
system products to support health management from
district level to the world. However, the use of a health
information technology needs to be seen to what extent
a technology can be well received. The aim of this study
is to see the acceptance of SIHA as a web-based health
information system developed by Indonesia since 2012
for HIV/AIDS. The study was conducted by observational
analytic with a cross sectional quantitative study.
Respondents included all SIHA program users in the
Wobosobo District Health Office totaling 24 people. The
study was conducted December 2019 - February 2020
by filling out questionnaires and in-depth interviews.
Then the data analysis is done with the path analysis.
The results showed that workplace and trust determine
perceived usefulness (R=0.645), age determine perceived
ease of use (R=0.514), trust determine perceived
enjoyment (R=0.480) and continuity intention (R=0.405).
Gender is associated with perceived risk (R=0.574).
Perceived enjoyment, perceived risk and attitude toward
using together are related to behavioral intention to use

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