Healthcare Informatics & Health Information Technology (SIG Health)

The Healthcare Informatics and Health Information Technology (HIT) track seeks to promote research into ground-breaking technology innovations and applications within the healthcare sector, while incorporating interdisciplinary theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches beyond the traditional information systems (IS) and health information technology (HIT) disciplines. Information systems and technology (IT) innovations offer significant potential to transform the delivery of care, to improve the quality and efficiency of the healthcare system, to enhance interactions between patients/caregivers and providers, and to enable greater access to the latest advancements in treatments, among other accomplishments and outcomes. Academic efforts within the Healthcare Technology and Systems track should demonstrate novel work within the IS discipline as well as reference perspectives including computer science, economics, organizational behavior, public policy, public health, software/electrical engineering, management, and strategy, among others. Completed research and research-in-progress topics might include, opportunities and challenges faced within the current healthcare sector; advances in healthcare information technologies (HIT), electronic health (e-health), telemedicine, and mobile health (m-health), among other innovative technological applications; as well as healthcare industry-specific issues related to traditional IS research concerns, including adoption and diffusion, systems design and implementation, and IS success.

Track Chairs:
Richard Klein, Florida International University rklein@fiu.edu
Kaushik Ghosh, Suffolk University kghosh@suffolk.edu
Schedule

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2021
Monday, August 9th
12:00 AM

A Bayesian Network Model to Establish a Digital Twin Architecture for Superior Falls Risk Prediction

Chinedu Ossai, Swinburne University
Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Swinburne University

12:00 AM

A Data Analytics Approach for Game-based Physical Therapy Systems

Maha Salama, German University in Cairo
Gamal Kassem, German University in Cairo

12:00 AM

A Virtual Companion for Meditation Applications

Martin Simon, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Franziska Menzel, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Jonas Polaszek, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Timo Strohmann, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Felix Becker, Technische Universität Braunschweig

12:00 AM

Algorithmic Transparency and Contact-tracing Apps – An Empirical Investigation

Tobias Bitzer, TU Dresden
Martin Wiener, TU Dresden
Stefan Morana, Saarland University

12:00 AM

Assessment of Breast Cancer Mobile Apps

Xiaoni Zhang, Northern Kentucky University
Teuta Cata, Northern Kentucky University
Brandi Neal, LSI Consulting

12:00 AM

Biopsychosocial Digital Health for Chronic Pain Management: Rapid Scoping Review

Polina Durneva, Florida International University

12:00 AM

Comparative study of CNN models for brain tumor classification: Computational efficiency versus accuracy

Ganga Basyal, Dakota State University
David Zeng, Dakota State University
Dave Bishop, Dakota State University
Bhaskar P. Rimal, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

CURVE4COVID: Comprehensive Understanding via Representative Variable Exploration for COVID-19

Patrick Serrano, San Diego State University
Luwen Huangfu, San Diego State University

12:00 AM

Design Principles for Multiple Sclerosis Mobile Self-Management Applications: A Patient-Centric Perspective

Loknath Sai Ambati, Dakota State University
Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University
Nevine Nawar, Alexandria University

12:00 AM

Design Science Approach to developing using Chatbot for Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Pavankumar Mulgund, Buffalo
Raj Sharman, SUNY Buffalo
Sagarika Suresh THIMMANAYAKANAPALYA, SUNY BUffalo
Lavlin Agrawal, BUFFALO

12:00 AM

Empathizing with mHealth App Users in Application Design: Early-Stage Persona Development through Social Media Data Mining

Martinson Ofori, Dakota State University
Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

Evaluation of an implementation protocol for digitization and devices in Operating Rooms

Navin Sewberath Misser, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
Joris Jaspers, University Medical Center Utrecht
Bas van Zaane, University Medical Center Utrecht
Hein Gooszen, Radboud University Medical Center
Johan Versendaal, Open University

12:00 AM

Exploring the Role of Virtual Presence in Using Digital Tools to Support Middle-Aged Adults Manage Obesity and Overweight

Polina Durneva, Florida International University
Cynthia LeRouge, Florida International University

12:00 AM

Fighting Misinformation on Social Media: YouTube Cancer Videos

Abdallah MJ Musmar, University of South Florida
Sunil Mithas, USF
Balaji Padmanabhan, University of South Florida

12:00 AM

From Medical Informatics to Digital Health: A Bibliometric Analysis of the Research Field

Marcelo Fornazin, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
Bruno Elias Penteado, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
Leonardo Costa de Castro, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
Sandro Luís Freire de Castro Silva, National Cancer Institute

12:00 AM

Health Information systems capabilities and Hospital performance – An SEM analysis

Giridhar Reddy Bojja, Dakota State University
Jun Liu, Dakota State University
Loknath Sai Ambati, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

High-Performance Detection of Mild Cognitive Impairment Using Resting-State EEG Signals Located in Broca’s Area: A Machine Learning Approach

Jan Gross, Aalen University
Niklas Groiss, Aalen University
Thilo Rieg, Aalen University
Hermann Baumgartl, Aalen University
Ricardo Buettner, Aalen University

12:00 AM

Information Systems, People and Support Structures: A Critical Realist Analysis of a COVID-19 Contact Tracing Centre

P. J. Wall, Trinity College Dublin
Sinéad Impey, Trinity College Dublin
Freda Neill, Trinity College Dublin
Gaye Stephens, Trinity College Dublin

12:00 AM

Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Analysis of Twitter Discourse

Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University
Abdullah Wahbeh, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
Tareq Nasralah, Northeastern University
Ahmed Elnoshokaty, Northern Michigan University
Mohammad Al-Ramahi, Texas A&M University - San Antonio

12:00 AM

mHealth for Self-Management in Pregnancy: Identifying Essential Components for Women in Low-Resource Settings

Gloria Ejehiohen Iyawa, Sheffield Hallam University
Aliyu Rabiu Dansharif, Namibia University of Science and Technology

12:00 AM

Prediction of Patient Willingness to Recommend Hospital: A Machine Learning-Based Exploratory Study

Piyush Vyas, Dakota State University
Giridhar Reddy Bojja, Dakota State University
Loknath Sai Ambati, Dakota State University
Jun Liu, Dakota State University
Martinson Ofori, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

Public perception of Digital Contact Tracing App and Implications for Technology Acceptance and Use Models

Adegboyega Ojo, Maynooth University
Nina Rizun, Gdansk University of Technology

12:00 AM

Service Design Methods’ Ability to Personalize Telehealth: A Systematic Literature Review

Oday Aswad, University of Ottawa
Lysanne Lessard, University of Ottawa

12:00 AM

Success Factors of Case Management Software Supporting Healthcare Patient Services - A User-Driven Perspective

Kevin Kus, Universität Osnabrück
Tim Arlinghaus, Universität Osnabrück
Patricia Kajüter, Osnabrueck University
Frank Teuteberg, Osnabrück University

12:00 AM

Suicide Prevention Through Smartphone Applications: A Systematic Review of Literature

Fatima Varzgani, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Bengisu Tulu, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Soussan Djamasbi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Evan B. Frost, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Zhengya Wang, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
John Pietro, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Edwin Boudreaux, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Celine Larkin, University of Massachusetts Medical School

12:00 AM

The Ambivalence of Mhealth Apps - A Qualitative Research on Techno-stressors of Mobile Health Applications

Tanja Schroeder, Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Maximilian Haug, Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Heiko Gewald, Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences

12:00 AM

The effects of gamification on the post-adoption behaviors of health and fitness apps’ users: the mediating role of IT identity

Pouyan Esmaeilzadeh, Florida International University

12:00 AM

The Role of Privacy within the Realm of Healthcare Wearables' Acceptance and Use

Thomas Jernejcic, Dakota State University
Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

Toward a Service Design Method for Telehealth Personalization

Oday Aswad, University of Ottawa
Lysanne Lessard, University of Ottawa

12:00 AM

Understanding Design Features for Continued Use of Wearables Devices

Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University
Ahmed Elnoshokaty, Northern Michigan University
ANDREW BEHRENS, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

Wellness mHealth Apps’ Features, Affordances, and Fulfillment of Human Psychological Needs

Moayad Alshawmar, Worcester polytechnic institute
Bengisu Tulu, WPI

12:00 AM