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Hospital websites as information repository or iInteractive media / Mirjana Pejić Bach, Sanja Seljan, Božidar Jaković, Ante Buljan, Jovana Zoroja.

By: Pejić Bach, Mirjana.
Contributor(s): Seljan, Sanja [aut] | Jaković, Božidar [aut] | Buljan, Ante [aut] | Zoroja, Jovana [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Hospital Websites as Information Repository or Interactive Media [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.01 | 5.04 | eHealth, public Health, hospital websites, public communication, information repository, interactive online communication | eHealth, public Health, hospital websites, public communication, information repository, interactive online communication In: Sage Open (2018)Summary: The aim is to examine content of hospital websites in three different countries, and assess them as information repository or as an interactive online communication mean. Purpose is to investigate in which areas the hospital websites are underdeveloped and provide recommendations of their improvements. Three countries were selected: candidate (Bosnia-and-Herzegovina), recent (Croatia) and established EU member country (Slovenia). Results are compared using Kruskal-Wallis non-parametric test. Although there are differences among countries, hospital websites serve more as information repository, showing traditional contact details, than as interactive on-line communication channel, which suggests the need for further improvement in that area. Standardized recommendations issued by the public authority could have a positive impact to hospital websites.
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The aim is to examine content of hospital websites in three different countries, and assess them as information repository or as an interactive online communication mean. Purpose is to investigate in which areas the hospital websites are underdeveloped and provide recommendations of their improvements. Three countries were selected: candidate (Bosnia-and-Herzegovina), recent (Croatia) and established EU member country (Slovenia). Results are compared using Kruskal-Wallis non-parametric test. Although there are differences among countries, hospital websites serve more as information repository, showing traditional contact details, than as interactive on-line communication channel, which suggests the need for further improvement in that area. Standardized recommendations issued by the public authority could have a positive impact to hospital websites.

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