This study investigates the physicians' perspective for the success of information systems (is), and the relationships between the user satisfactions and intellectual capital. We adopted a questionnaire survey for the purpose of outcome assessment. The results indicate that IS success is significantly related to intellectual capital (IC). With regard to IS quality, system quality has no significant effects on information quality and patients privacy protection. This research provides empirical evidence to evaluate IS success in healthcare organizations. Based on the findings of this research, management implications and suggestions are discussed.
9th IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (IEEE UIC 2012), 693-698, 福岡 九州產業大學