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Sweta Sneha,
Kaushik Ghosh,

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Friday, August 16th

A Comparative Analysis of the Interpretability of LDA and LLM for Topic Modeling: The Case of Healthcare Apps

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

An Umbrella Review for Machine Learning Suicide Prediction and Prevention in Mental Health

Kaidi Huang, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Bengisu Tulu, WPI

Assessing the Adoption of Conversational AI Health Assistants Using a Trust-based Extended Valence Framework

Zainab Al-lataifeh, Augusta University
Mark Harris, Augusta University
James N. Smith, Augusta University
Amita Goyal Chin, Virginia Commonwealth University

COVID-19’s Effect on Medical Students’ Digital Health Perceptions and Intentions

Mickael Ringeval, HEC Montreal
Guy Paré, HEC Montréal
Louis Raymond, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Marie-Pascale Pomey, Université de Montréal

Design Principles for a Digital Assistant for Parkinson’s’ Patients: A Case Study with Clinicians

Ricardo Andres Rubiano-Cruz, Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Digital Health
Stefan Greulich, TUD Dresden University of Technology
Tim Feige, Technische Universität Dresden
Nils Schnalke, Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Digital Health
Björn Falkenburger, Technische Universität Dresden

Detection of Parkinson’s Disease with Multimodal Deep-Learning

Ricardo Andres Rubiano-Cruz, Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Digital Health

Digital Nudges in Healthcare Contexts: An Information Systems Perspective

Sophia Mannina, Queen's University
Shamel Addas, Queen's University
Purang Abolmaesumi, University of British Columbia
Parvin Mousavi, Queen’s University
Nooshin Maghsoodi, Queen’s University
Sarah Nassar, Queen’s University
David Maslove, Queen’s University and Kingston Health Sciences Centre

Effect of Change in Meaningful Use Intensity of EHR System on Cost of Care

Anik Mukherjee, IIM Calcutta
Avijit Sengupta, University of Queensland
Shivendu Shivendu, University of South Florida

Explainable Artificial Intelligence in Radiotherapy: A Remedy for Lack of Trust?

Luca Mira Heising, Tilburg University
Carol Ou, Tilburg University

Exploring Consumer mHealth App Categories – Insights from Industry and Academic Literature: A Topic Modeling Approach

Rahul Dwivedi, Texas A&M University - Central Texas
Deepa Dwivedi, Independent Researcher

Exploring Patients’ Cognitive Trust in Diverse AI Representations: Implications for Patient-Centered Healthcare

Pouyan Esmaeilzadeh, Florida International University
Mahed Maddah, Suffolk University

Exploring Usability Challenges at the Intersection of Digital Health Interventions and Health IT: Review of Reviews

Asli Kalayci, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Bengisu Tulu, WPI

Factors Affecting Users’ Satisfaction with Telehealth Apps: Analysis of Users Reviews using BERT

Abdullah Wahbeh, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
Tyler Howes, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University
Raed Seetan, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
Mohammad Al-Ramahi, Texas A&M University - San Antonio
Ahmed Al-Omari, Our Lady of the Lake University

Factors Influencing Extended Reality Applications in Healthcare

M. Mahbub Hossain, University of Houston
Anh L. Huynh, University of Houston
Jyoti Das, Colorado State University


Rajesh Godasu, Dakota State University
David Zeng, Dakota State University
Kruttika Sutrave, Grand Valley State University

Measuring compliance with Covid-19 non-pharmaceutical interventions by data fusion from Google

Fatemeh Navazi, McMaster University
Yufei Yuan, McMaster University
Norm Archer, McMaster University

Scheduling Robotic Assisted Surgery within the Perioperative Process

James Ryan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Po-Yi Ou, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Sequential Adoption and Co-Adoption of Package Technologies: Electronic Medical Record and Hospital Performance

Joonghee Lee, Appalachian State University
Jin Sik Kim, Gary W. Rollins College of Business, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Soo Il Shin, Kennesaw State University

Sustainable Performance Measurement During Critical Events in Healthcare Systems – the Application of Temporal PROMETHEE II

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

Telehealth Support for Mental Health: Is It Really Helping?

Guanyu Chen, The University of Queensland
Avijit Sengupta, The University of Queensland
Bikesh Raj Upreti, The University of Queensland
Marta Indulska, The University of Queensland

Telemedicine Utilization Among Older Adults During COVID-19: Associations with Vaccination Uptake and Mental Status

Xinying Liu, University of Houston-Clear Lake
Peiwei Li, Northern Kentucky University
Ravi kishore Marella, University of Houston-Clear Lake
Ross B. Niswanger, University of Houston - Clear Lake

The Application of Machine Learning for Asymptomatic Diseases Diagnostics in Healthcare: Dry Eye Disease Detection in Patients Using Predictive Models

Mohammed Khojah, King Abdulaziz University - Jeddah

The role of technology in medical professional development: An institutional logics perspective

Chad Anderson, Miami University
Mala Kaul, University of Nevada, Reno

Towards a Privacy-Preserving Healthcare Analytics for Neurological Diseases Management.

Gabriel Owusu, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Qinyu Liao, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Bright Frimpong, Washington and Lee

Transforming Health Information into Informed Actions: Evidence from a Public Health Governmental Organization

Josue Kuika Watat, University of Oslo

Unraveling User Engagement with Technology: An Umbrella Review

Lidan Zhang, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Bengisu Tulu, WPI

What Are the Driving Factors of Using the Generative Artificial Intelligence Service for the Healthcare Workforce?

Soo Il Shin, Kennesaw State University
J.B. (Joo Baek) Kim, The University of Tampa