Instrument:

The Impact of Health Information Technology (I-HIT) Scale

Implementation
outcome:

Acceptability

Instrument summary:

29-item scale measuring nurses’ satisfaction with Health Information Technology (HIT) applications and tools and nurses' perceptions regarding the ways in which HIT influences interdisciplinary communicationand workflow patterns

Level of analysis:

Provider

Country of application:

USA

Psychometric quality
(ConPsyCL):

6 / 22

Global reliability
score (COSMIN):

Excellent

Global validity
score (COSMIN):

Good

Responsiveness
score (COSMIN):

Not assessed

Usability score:

Good

29 items

Reference:

Dykes PC, Hurley A, Cashen M, Bakken S, Duffy ME.

Development and psychometric evaluation of the Impact of Health Information Technology (IHIT) scale.

J Am Med Inform Assoc JAMIA. 2007;14(4):507–14.

Psychometric quality
(ConPsyCL):

ConPsyCL score:

6 / 22

Reliability (Max 5pts)

Internal consistency (Max 3pts)

0 / 1Item internal consistency
/ Item total correlation

1 / 2Alpha

 

Test-retest or inter-rater (Max 2pts)

0 / 1 Item level

0 / 1 Factor level

 

Validity (Max 5pts)

1 / 1 Content validity

1 / 1 Face validity

0 / 1 Convergent validity

0 / 1 Discriminant validity

0 / 1 Discriminative validity

 

Factor Analysis (Max 12pts)

1 / 1 Adequacy measures

1 / 1 Kaiser criterion

1 / 1 Variance explained
/ Parallel analysis

1 / 1 Main loadings

0 / 4 EFA goodness of fit

0 / 4 CFA Goodness of fit

 

-1 / -2 Penalty

Methodological quality:
(COSMIN)

Reliability

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Internal consistency

Excellent

Reliability

Not assessed

Measurement error

Not assessed

Global reliability score

Excellent

Validity

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Content validity

Good

Structural validity

Excellent

Hypotheses testing

Good

Cross-cultural validity

Not assessed

Criterion validity

Excellent

Global validity score

Good

Responsiveness

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Responsiveness

Not assessed