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Table 6 Relationships between the explanatory variables and telemedicine use for the three samples of physicians

From: Drivers of telemedicine use: comparative evidence from samples of Spanish, Colombian and Bolivian physicians

  B S.E. Wald Df Significant Exp(B)
Spain       
  Perceived usefulness of ICTS in clinical practice 0.200 0.445 0.202 1 0.653 1.222
  Ease-of-use of ICTS in clinical practice 0.667 0.364 3.354 1 0.067 1.948
  Optimism −0.498 0.437 1.302 1 0.254 0.607
  Propensity to innovate 0.724 0.373 3.769 1 0.052 2.062
  Level of ICT use 2.661 1.077 6.103 1 0.013 14.316
  Constant 0.724 0.373 3.769 1 0.052 2.062
  Chi-square, 24.859; significant, 0.000       
  Hosmer-Lemeshow test, 19.273; significant, 0.018       
  Nagelkerke R Square, 0.275       
Colombia       
  Perceived usefulness of ICTS in clinical practice −0.192 0.253 0.575 1 0.448 0.826
  Ease-of-use of ICTS in clinical practice 0.108 0.182 0.347 1 0.556 1.113
  Optimism 0.485 0.269 3.254 1 0.071 1.624
  Propensity to innovate 0.361 0.232 2.423 1 0.120 1.435
  Level of ICT use 1.212 0.511 5.626 1 0.018 3.360
  Constant −2.878 0.951 9.163 1 0.002 0.056
  Chi-square, 14.489; significant, 0.013       
  Hosmer-Lemeshow test, 14.564; significant, 0.045       
  Nagelkerke R Square, 0.161       
Bolivia       
  Perceived usefulness of ICTS in clinical practice 0.131 0.141 0.866 1 0.352 1.140
  Ease-of-use of ICTS in clinical practice 0.321 0.256 1.571 1 0.210 1.379
  Optimism 0.484 0.150 10.371 1 0.001 1.622
  Propensity to innovate 0.033 0.189 0.031 1 0.861 1.034
  Level of ICT use 2.040 1.049 3.780 1 0.052 7.689
  Constant -2.224 1.375 2.618 1 0.106 0.108
  Chi-square, 20.704; significant, 0.000       
  Hosmer-Lemeshow test, 14.705; significant, 0.072      
  Nagelkerke R Square, 0.197