Modern information technology and its impact on administrative decisions in business organizations: An exploratory study of the opinions of a sample of managers in health institutions in Diyala – Iraq

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Maitham Sami Kareem AlAzzawi, abdulrasool saad salih, Ahlam Hayder Baqer


The study aimed to determine the relationship of the influence of the independent variable, modern information technology, on the dependent variable, the administrative decision in business organizations, in the health institutions surveyed. The importance of the study was represented by addressing two important variables to determine the success of the performance and work of health organizations in the city of Diyala, namely, modern information technology and its impact on the administrative decision in business organizations. A work capable of making an effective administrative decision that is in the interest of the health organization effectively and in a quick response , based on the techniques and technical applications that were used in the process of filtering the administrative decision in the field of work of organizations and achieving their goals in a way that ensures the achievement of high performance through modern information technology in a manner that guarantees Enhancing the durability and durability of the health institution, and for the purpose of achieving the objectives of the study, and answering its questions , the descriptive analytical approach was used, to reach the results, and the study was taken from the Diyala Health Department as a community for it . (100) questionnaires were distributed to managers and individuals working in other lower administrative levels In the health organization, (92) valid questionnaires were retrieved from them for analysis , and the study adopted the questionnaire as a tool After collecting data and information and processing it statistically, the study reached a set of conclusions, the most important of which are: There is an effective impact of modern information technology on the administrative decision.

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