Silver-Age Group’s Usage Intention in Using the Service of Chengdu Community Health Care Service

Wenying Zhu


In Chengdu, the problem of aging has become increasingly diverse and severe; implementing a successful aging strategy would be a significant change and attempt in serving the elderly population. The elderly are the objects of care and care and the
participants and creators of social development. Therefore, it is imperative to reform the health care model for the aging group. To
solve the problem of aging health and its respective services, more community health services should be considered for the retirees
who made considerable contributions to society in the past. The purpose of this study was to explore the difference and significance
of the usage intention in the silver-age group, examine the influencing factors of service satisfaction, perceived usefulness, and
trust of service by the elderly, and provide suggestions for improving the efficiency and practical value of community-based care
to the Chengdu elderly.


Silver-Age Group; Usage Intention; Community Health Care Service

Full Text:



["[1] Zhang, L. et al. (2016). Allocation optimization for elderly facilities in public housing community: a case study in Nanjing City. Modern Urban Research. Vol 6, p.11u201315. ","[2] Song, Z. and Shi, X. (2013). Research on Consumer Loyalty of Group Buying Websites. Journal of Chengdu University. Vol 23, p.12-33.","[3] Wang, W. et al. (2019). The impact of inertia and user satisfaction on the continuance intentions to use mobile communication applications: A mobile service quality perspective. International Journal of Information Management. Vol 44, p.178-193.","[4] Xu, F. and Du. J. (2018). Factors influencing usersu2019 satisfaction and loyalty to digital libraries in Chinese universities. Computer in Human Behaviour. Computer in Human Behaviour. Vol 83, p.64-72. ","[5] Bruckner, T. et al. (2019). Rapid Growth of Mental Health Services at Community Health Centers. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. Volume 46, p.670u2013677.","[6] Du, H. and Geng, Z. (2019). Research on the willingness of consumers to use unmanned hotels based on social cognition theory [J] Journal of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. Vol 12, p.45-59."]

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i6.2823


  • There are currently no refbacks.