Published on in Vol 19, No 8 (2017): August

Web-Based Medical Service: Technology Attractiveness, Medical Creditability, Information Source, and Behavior Intention

Web-Based Medical Service: Technology Attractiveness, Medical Creditability, Information Source, and Behavior Intention

Web-Based Medical Service: Technology Attractiveness, Medical Creditability, Information Source, and Behavior Intention

Authors of this article:

Shan Huei Wang 1 Author Orcid Image

Journals

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