Information Systems and Healthcare XXXV: Health Informatics Forums for Health Information Systems Scholars
The use of technology in health care settings is an area of increasing interest to information systems researchers. An awareness of journals and conferences that focus on this innately interdisciplinary field is necessary if researchers in related domains, such as information systems, intend to connect methodologies, insights, and perspectives to advance health IT knowledge. This study fills a void in the literature by providing an initial peer ranking of dedicated health informatics journals and related conferences as guidance for those interested in learning more about and/or publishing in this field. Results indicate that there are at least forty-five journals that researchers may want to consider in conducting health informatics work.
Le Rouge, C., & De Leo, G. (2010). Information Systems and Healthcare XXXV: Health Informatics Forums for Health Information Systems Scholars. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 27, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.02707
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