Analysis of Characteristics, Technical and Perceptions on the Willingness to Use Tuberculosis (TB) Control Applications in Indonesia

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Evina Widianawati
Arif Kurniadi
Ika Pantiawati

Abstract

Background and Objectives: Indonesia has launched the Wifi TB application that serves as a monitoring and control tuberculosis (TB) cases since September 2018. This research aims to identify characteristics, perceptions, and technicalities on the willingness to use the Wifi TB application.

Methodology: This research was conducted by collecting data from 129 doctors in Semarang city, then carried out the descriptive analysis, factor analysis & logistics as data analysis techniques.

Results: The results showed that respondents with age> 45 years, DPM agencies, length of work> 10 years, perception benefit high, perception ease high, getting training and good technical implementation will be more chance to use the Wifi TB application, while gender and technical obstacle have a low impact on the use of the Wifi TB application. The use of the Wifi TB application is influenced by dominant factors, which is the perception of benefit, perception of ease, technical implementation, and training at 69%.

Conclusions: To increase users' Wifi TB application, there needs to be retraining and technical implementation of the Wifi TB application, also strengthening the perception of benefit and ease of respondents on the Wifi TB application.

Keywords:
Wifi TB application, TB control, characteristics, perception, technical.

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Widianawati, E., Kurniadi, A., & Pantiawati, I. (2020). Analysis of Characteristics, Technical and Perceptions on the Willingness to Use Tuberculosis (TB) Control Applications in Indonesia. Asian Journal of Medicine and Health, 18(10), 44-51. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajmah/2020/v18i1030251
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