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Information systems research is replete with examples of the importance of business processes defining IT adoption. Business processes are influenced by both organizational and operational concerns. We evaluate the comparative

Information systems research is replete with examples of the importance of business processes defining IT adoption. Business processes are influenced by both organizational and operational concerns. We evaluate the comparative importance of operational and organizational influences for complementary IT systems. In the context of acute-care hospitals the analysis shows that an organizational approach to automating a process is related to different financial outcomes than an operational approach.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1016/j.dss.2012.10.002
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    Spaulding, T. J., Furukawa, M. F., Raghu, T. S., & Vinze, A. (2013). Event sequence modeling of IT adoption in healthcare. Decision Support Systems, 55(2), 428-437. doi:10.1016/j.dss.2012.10.002

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