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 behaviour, 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, University of Nebraska Omaha, richklein@unomaha.edu
Kaushik Ghosh, Suffolk University, kghosh@suffolk.edu
Sweta Sneha, Kennesaw State University, ssneha@kennesaw.edu
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2022
Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

A Design Theory for Intelligent Clinical Decision Support

Andrew J. Behrens, DSU
Jun Liu, Dakota State University
Cherie Bakker Noteboom, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

A study plan for investigating Smart brush for better oral hygiene in frail elderly

Taiwo Oseni, Federation University Australia
Andrew Stranieri, Federation University Australia
Yvonne Ogaji, LaTrobe University

12:00 AM

An empirical investigation of users’ willingness to disclose personal health information in the context of wearable fitness devices

M A Shariful Amin, University of North Texas
Abhijeet Kumar, University of North Texas
Vess L. Johnson, University of North Texas
Victor R. Prybutok, University of North Texas

12:00 AM

Building Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Findings from Healthcare Organization

Amayelle Rey, University of Picardy
Wafa Bouaynaya, University of Picardy

12:00 AM

Clarifying the Relationship Between Fitness Apps’ Affordances and Features

Moayad Alshawmar, Worcester polytechnic institute
Bengisu Tulu, WPI
Vance Wilson, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Adrienne Hall-Phillips, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

12:00 AM

Classification of COVID-19 Cases: The Customized Deep Convolutional Neural Network and Transfer Learning Approach

Piyush Vyas, Dakota State University
Kaushik Nagarajan Muthusamy Ragothaman, Dakota State University
Akhilesh Chauhan, Dakota State University
Bhaskar P. Rimal, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

Conceptualizing Information Quality in Online Health Forums

Sarbottam Bhagat, Augusta University
Jason Williams, Augusta University
Mohsen Jozani, Augusta University
Ahmed Aleroud, Augusta University

12:00 AM

Data-driven Decision Support for 30-day Unplanned Readmission Risks of Comorbid Patients with Diabetes – An Action Design Research Paradigm

Chinedu Ossai, Swinburne University
Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Swinburne University

12:00 AM

Designing an IT-Based System for Optimizing Lung Cancer Management

Adnan Muhammad Shah, Florida Atlantic University
Wazir Muhammad, Florida Atlantic University
Ali Ahmed, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
Saad Bin Saeed Ahmed, Florida Atlantic University

12:00 AM

Digital Transformation of the Healthcare Supply Chain: A Clinical Safety Evaluation Model

Sean Smith, University of Southern Queensland
Michael Lane, University of Southern Queensland
Mark Toleman, University of Southern Queensland
Anup Shrestha, University of Southern Queensland

12:00 AM

Drivers and Challenges of Wearable Devices Use: Content Analysis of Online Users Reviews

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

12:00 AM

Efficacy of MobileNet Models in Detecting Breast Cancer in Patient Histopathology Images – An Empirical Examination

VenuGopal Balijepally, Oakland University
Uroob Mullick, Oakland University

12:00 AM

Exploring Information Flow on Twitter: Social Network Analysis on Gender-Specific Medicine

Katharina Batzel, Universität Potsdam
Katharina Baum, Weizenbaum Institute

12:00 AM

Factors Influencing the Clinician's Intention to Use AI Systems in Healthcare: A Value-Based Approach

Francesco D. Sacchetti, Lakehead University
Michael Dohan, Lakehead University
ShiKui Wu, Lakehead University

12:00 AM

How is Your Mood Today? - A Taxonomy-based Analysis of Apps for Depression

Nina S. Mueller, Leibniz University Hannover
Oliver Werth, Leibniz University Hannover
Claudia M. Koenig, Leibniz University Hannover
Michael H. Breitner, Leibniz University Hannover

12:00 AM

Investigating User Satisfaction: An Adaptation of IS Success Model for Short-term Use

Lidan Zhang, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Bengisu Tulu, WPI
Soussan Djamasbi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

12:00 AM

Machine Learning-Based Health Behavior Prediction Using Resting-State EEG Data

Johannes Breitenbach, University of Bayreuth
Daniel Eisenhardt, Aalen University
Thilo Rieg, Aalen University
Hermann Baumgartl, Aalen University
Patrick Sven Ulrich, Aalen University
Ingo J. Timm, Trier University
Ricardo Buettner, University of Bayreuth

12:00 AM

Nonprofits and decisions to accept cryptocurrency donations: a qualitative study to examine potential opportunities and risks

Pouyan Esmaeilzadeh, Florida International University
Mahed Maddah, Suffolk University

12:00 AM

Patient Consent for Health Information Exchange: Blockchain-driven Innovation

Chad Anderson, Miami University
Arthur Carvalho, Miami University
Jeffrey Merhout, Miami University

12:00 AM

Paving the Way for Enriched Patient Experience - On the Development of a Process Architecture for a Hospital

Manuel Weber, University of Liechtenstein
Jan vom Brocke, University of Liechtenstein

12:00 AM

Professional Peer Support in Online Health Communities

Amin Sabzehzar, Tulane University
Reza Mousavi, University of Virginia
TS Raghu, Arizona State University

12:00 AM

SSP COPRAS Based Approach Towards Sustainability Assessment in Healthcare

Jarosław Wątróbski, University of Szczecin
Aleksandra Bączkiewicz, University of Szczecin
Iga Rudawska, University of Szczecin

12:00 AM

T2DM Clinical Decision Support System: Comprehensive Patient Care

Dong-Gil Ko, University of Cincinnati
Judith W. Dexheimer, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Mark H Eckman, University of Cincinnati
Robert M. Cohen, University of Cincinnati
Daniel Schauer, University of Cincinnati
Brett Harnett, University of Cincinnati

12:00 AM

Towards a Digital Sleep Diary Standard

Lisa Schmitz, Reykjavik University
Bjarki Freyr Sveinbjarnarson, Reykjavik University
Guðni Nathan Gunnarsson, Reykjavik University
Ólafur Andri Davíðsson, Reykjavik University
Þór Breki Davíðsson, Reykjavik University
Erna Sif Arnardottir, Reykjavik University
María Óskarsdóttir, School of Computer Science

12:00 AM