Behavioral Change Support Systems (BCSSs) is a socio-technical information systems with psychological and behavioral outcomes aim to change users’ behavior and lifestyle. The promising outcomes of BCSSs make them especially useful in certain areas such as healthcare, where these systems could be leveraged to motivate people toward healthy behavior and then help them to achieve their goals better. However, health BCSSs cannot help facilitate self-monitoring and self-management or even improve patients’ health outcomes when patients do not accept the technology first. In this article, we extend the existing literature of users’ acceptance of health BCSSs by introducing new variables that impact users acceptance, especially with the proliferation of wearable devices. Specifically, we intent to examine the impact of integration, technical and social support as well as the informative presentation support on users’ acceptance of mobile diabetes applications as instance of health BCSSs.
Al-Ramahi, Mohammad; Park, Insu; and Liu, Jun, "Users Acceptance of Health Behavioral Change Support Systems" (2016). Faculty Research & Publications. 85.