Attitudes of eHealth professionals towards IT improving patient care in Europe 2018

This statistic displays the result of a survey where eHealth professionals from selected European countries in 2018 were asked if they see information technology (IT) as an enabler to improve patient safety and care within their organization. In this year, 76 percent of respondents from Germany believe that IT is an enabler to improve patient care and safety, while only 39 percent of respondents from the Netherlands answered the same way.

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Source

Release date

November 2018

Region

Europe

Survey time period

September to October 2018

Number of respondents

259 respondents

Special properties

eHealth professionals who work in a health facility

Method of interview

Email survey

Supplementary notes

* Includes Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

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