Collaborative work and eHealth in Colombia

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Elias Said-Hung
María del Carmen Gertrudis Casado
Daladier Jabba Molinares

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This study analyzes the profiles of professionals and students from the health sector in Colombia, and describes how their socio-demographic characteristics and their technological skills affect the use of Information and Communication Technologies —ICT— in their professional and collaborative work. The study applied a correlational-explanatory research with a random population of 420 individuals, a margin of error of +/- 4.8, and a confidence level of 95 %. The results allow establishing a context of low promotion of collaborative work mediated by technology within the studied population, as well as the low level of harnessing of the opportunities offered by the different technological devices and resources for the purposes related to the topic proposed in this work.

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