Ria Bhattacharjee, Kartik Kulkarni, Saikat Gochhait, Osamah Ibrahim Khalaf, Carlos Andrés Tavera Romer
Healthcare is recognized as one of humanity's most fundamental requirements. In underdeveloped nations, making low-cost healthcare services available to the general public is a huge difficulty, and technology can help to overcome this. As the healthcare industries generates enormous amounts of data, Electronic Health Record (EHR) becomes an indispensable part of quality healthcare. But this area is not focused upon for improving quality and efficiency of healthcare in developing countries due to the prevalence of various barriers and challenges. In order to overcome these differences, our study incorporates a systematic literature review of EHR adoption and thus identifies the critical success factors and ranks them by an integrated AHP-PROMETHEE approach. This study not only builds a theoretical foundation for various success factors for implementing EHR in India, but also can assist the policy makers to make data-driven decisions.
Electronic Health Record (EHR), implementation, critical success factors, MCDM, AHP and PROMETHEE
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Ria Bhattacharjee, Kartik Kulkarni, Saikat Gochhait, Osamah Ibrahim Khalaf, Carlos Andrés Tavera Romer. (2023) Critical Technology Implementing factors to Electronic Medical Record (EMR) implementation: Using AHP-TOPSIS Method. International Journal of Medical Physiology, 7, 1-12