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Jacco Gerardus Wilhelmus Leonardus Smits
Competence (human resources)Change managementNursingHealth careMedicine
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Introduction: ‘E-health enabled integrated care’ (eHEIC) has high potential to improve quality of care, widen access and increase efficiency. Experts and scholars increasingly report about difficulties of sustainable eHEIC implementation. These reports indicate in particular ‘human factors’ often being underestimated, in particular relating to changes in interdisciplinary collaboration and the role of physicians. More insight in determinants and interventions impacting these human factors is req...
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Background. The role of body language and nonverbal behavior in the workplace has received considerable attention in popular management outlets such as Harvard Business Review and Forbes. Yet, the extant scientific literature does not provide a uniform answer as to which nonverbal behaviors are most relevant to managers for improving their team’s effectiveness or for bringing its members to work towards a collective purpose and associated team and organizational goals. Several calls were made fo...
Introduction : Integrated care can prosper from e-health solutions that hold a vast potential for increasing effective information sharing and communication: collaboration. This is in particular the case in the care for elder persons: a growing population often in need of a variety of care, health monitoring and social support. However, despite promises and almost 20 years of investing in e-health deployment and research, implementing e-health often proofs to be more complex and arduous than ant...
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Purpose This paper aims to systematically review the literature on roles of physicians in virtual teams (VTs) delivering healthcare for effective “physician e-leadership” (PeL) and implementation of e-health. Design/methodology/approach The analyzed studies were retrieved with explicit keywords and criteria, including snowball sampling. They were synthesized with existing theoretical models on VT research, healthcare team competencies and medical leadership. Findings Six domains for further PeL ...
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Purpose To systematically review the literature on roles of physicians in virtual teams (VTs) delivering healthcare for effective ‘physician e-leadership’ (PeL) and implementation of e-health. Design/methodology/approach The analyzed studies were retrieved with explicit keywords and criteria, including snowball sampling. They were synthesized with existing theoretical models on (1) VT research; (2) healthcare team competencies; and (3) medical leadership. Findings Findings – Six domains for furt...
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