The Effect of Perceived System Risks on HIS Misuse Intention: The Role of System Resilience under the Context of Disasters
Although, the usage of healthcare information systems (HIS) has provided many potential benefits such as enhancing the availability, accessibility and readability of information, healthcare information security has become a growing public concern. Most of the studies have shown the importance of sanctions, information security policy, and information awareness programs in reducing IS misuse behavior, but individuals may still tend to engage in inappropriate behaviors, especially under the context of disasters. The vulnerabilities and risks associated with the HIS could be very extreme under disasters, which may cause employees to misuse their HIS for the sake of delivery of health services and business continuity. In this case, we believe that system resilience, which is the ability of the HIS to adapt to unexpected disruptions could play a role in encouraging them not to act inappropriately and engage in misuse behaviors.
Alsalman, Dheyaaldin and Park, Insu, "The Effect of Perceived System Risks on HIS Misuse Intention: The Role of System Resilience under the Context of Disasters" (2017). Faculty Research & Publications. 84.