Adoption factors of health monitoring systems for smart healthcare: a systematic review

Although there have been several studies that focus on technical aspects of health monitoring systems, adoption of these systems remains largely unknown. A limited number of researches has explored the factors influencing users’ adoption of these systems that provide successful system implementation. In this study, we reviewed articles addresses the adoption of health monitoring systems. We extract criteria that influence the adoption decision that has been made at some stage to use health monitoring systems. Then group these criteria into nine categories in terms of cost, ease of use, environment, knowledge, management, security, social influence, subjective norm, technical, usefulness, and enjoyment. By using these criteria, we develop an adoption model for health monitoring systems.
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S. Özkan Yıldırım, “Adoption factors of health monitoring systems for smart healthcare: a systematic review,” Utrecht, Netherlands, 2019, p. 43, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: