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Vogel / Guo / Schneider Transforming Healthcare Through Information Systems

Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Information Systems Development

1. Auflage 2016, Band: 17, 225 Seiten, Kartoniert, Paperback, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 3693 g Reihe: Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation
ISBN: 978-3-319-30132-7
Verlag: Springer International Publishing

Vogel / Guo / Schneider Transforming Healthcare Through Information Systems

This book introduces ongoing
reflections within the research community on established information systems
development topics and emerging concepts, approaches and ideas in the field of
healthcare information systems. By promoting research on theoretical and
methodological issues related to both information systems development in
general and healthcare information systems in particular, it presents current
research in order to promote improved practice. It comprises a selection of the
best papers presented at the 24th International Conference on Information
Systems Development (ISD) held in Harbin, China, August 25 – 27, 2015.



Weitere Infos & Material

AMethod for Systematic Adaptation and Synchronization of Healthcare Processes.- AMonitoring Infrastructure for the Quality Assessment of Cloud Services.- AMotivation-oriented Architecture Modelling for e-Healthcare Prosumption.- AProposed Framework for Examining Information Systems Security Research: AMultilevel Perspective.- AnAgile Enterprise Architecture Driven Model for Geographically Distributed AgileDevelopment.- Community-BasedMessage Opportunistic Transmission.- EducationalArtefacts as a Foundation for Development of Remote Speech-Language Therapies.- Framingor Gaming? Constructing a Study to Explore the Impact of Option Presentation onConsumers.- HowMentorship Improves Reverse Transfer of Tacit Knowledge in ChineseMultinational Companies (MNCs).- OptimalRequirements-Dependent Model-Driven Agent Development.- SupportingPeople to Age-in-Place: Prototyping a Multi-sided Health and Wellbeing Platformin a Living Lab Setting.- ThePerceived Impact of the Agile Development and Project Management Method Scrumon Team Leadership in Information Systems Development.- TheRoles of Complementary and Supplementary Fit in Predicting Online BrandCommunity Users' Willingness to Contribute.- UnderstandingDigital Inequality: Studying the Use of Mobile Business Supporting Features inChina.- UnderstandingProblematic Smartphone Use and its Characteristics: A Perspective on BehavioralAddiction.

Linger, Henry
Doug Vogel is professor of Information Systems (IS)and Director of the eHealth Research Institute in the School of Management atthe Harbin Institute of Technology. His research interests reflect a concernfor encouraging efficient and effective utilization of computer systems in anatmosphere conducive to enhancing the quality of life.
Xitong Guo is Professor of Information Systems at theHarbin Institute of Technology. His current research focuses on eHealth and ITenabled innovation.Henry Linger is a senior researcher in the Centre forOrganisational and Social Informatics (COSI) at Monash University in Melbourne,Australia. His research is at the intersection of information systems,knowledge management, and project management, with a focus on the design ofinformation systems to support knowledge work.Chris Barry works with the Cairnes School of Businessand Economics at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He lectures andresearches a range of areas in information systems including systems analysisand design, information systems management, and ethics in information systemsdevelopment.Michael Lang is a Senior Lecturer in BusinessInformation Systems at the Cairnes School of Business and Economics, NationalUniversity of Ireland, Galway. His research interests are business systemsanalysis and design, information systems privacy, and information systemseducation.ChristophSchneider is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Systems atCity University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on the effects of userinterface design on cognition, affect, and behavior, in particular in thecontext of Web-based user interfaces.

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