Our research on this theme seeks to manage and assess the impact of healthcare information systems and technologies, providing guidance on how they can be designed, used and managed for better and more efficient outcomes. With healthcare being plagued by issues of quality, changing demographics, and rising costs, information technology (IT) has been recognized as an important enabling tool to provide a safer, more efficient, and patient-centric healthcare delivery system. Globally, investments in health IT (HIT) have grown in recent years. In Singapore, the National Electronic Health Record (NEHR) initiative to develop lifetime electronic health records for citizens is part of the Government’s vision to achieve “One Patient, One Health Record”. As healthcare is becoming more integrated and personalized, we are also examining the best ways to profile m-health application users and customize solutions for them. At the same time, investments are also being made towards developing new IT and analytic capabilities for better care coordination, decision making, and population health management. This has created immense opportunities as well as challenges, highlighting the need for rigorous research in this area.
|Bernard Tan||TEO Hock Hai||Jiang Zhenhui||Jungpil HAHN||Isam Faik||Danny POO||OH Hyelim|
|GOH Khim Yong||Atreyi KANKANHALLI||Sharon TAN||Vaibhav RAJAN||Tan Chuan Hoo||Desmond ONG||LIM Shi Ying|
- HAHN Jungpil, “Enhancing General Practices (GPs) and Clinics Operations and Fraud Detection with AI”, AI Singapore and MHC Medical Network Grants
- KANKANHALLI, Atreyi, “Examining User Participation in Online Fitness Communities”, Ministry of Education Tier 1 Grant
- KANKANHALLI, Atreyi, “Creating Temporal Physical Activity Profiles Through Smartphone Data”, Ministry of Education Tier 1 Grant
- KANKANHALLI, Atreyi, “Analytics for Assessing Gamification Effectiveness in a Rehabilitation Platform”, Ministry of Education Tier 1 Grant
- OH Hyelim, “Managing Weight Loss Dynamics using Mobile Apps”, Ministry of Education Tier 1 Grant
- ONG Desmond, “Developing Capabilities in AI Modelling of Social and Affective Behaviour”, NUS Start Up Grant
- POO Chiang Choon, Danny, “Relating Health Analytic Process Model Use to Task Performance: An Empirical Analysis”, Ministry of Education Tier 1 Grant
- RAJAN, Vaibhav, “Models and Algorithms for Clinical Data Analysis”, NUS Start Up Grant
- RAJAN Vaibhav, “Deep Multi-View Learning Methods for Discovering Targeted Cancer Therapeutics”, Ministry of Education Tier 1 Grant
- TEO Hock Hai, “Next Generation of Digital Nudging Design for Active Aging”, Ministry of Education Tier 1 Grant
Kankanhalli, A., Shin, J., & Oh, H. (2019). Mobile-based interventions for dietary behavior change and health outcomes: A scoping review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 7(1):e11312. https://doi.org/10.2196/11312
Ghanvatkar, S., Rajan, V., & Kankanhalli, A. (2019). User models for personalized physical activity interventions: A scoping review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 7(1):e11098. https://doi.org/10.2196/11098.
Tong, Y., Tan, C.H., & Teo, H.H. (2017). Direct and indirect information system use: A multimethod exploration of social power antecedents in healthcare. Information Systems Research, 28(4), 690-710. https://doi.org/10.1287/isre.2017.0708
Tan, S.S.L., & Goonawardene, N. (2017). Online health information seeking and patient-physician relationship: A systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(1):e9. https://doi.org/10.2196/jmir.5729
Kohli, R., & Tan, S.S.L. (2016). Electronic health records: How can IS researchers contribute to transforming healthcare. MIS Quarterly, 40(3), 553-573.
Ghanvatkar, S., & Rajan, V. (forthcoming). Deep recurrent neural networks for mortality prediction in intensive care using clinical time series at multiple resolutions. Proceedings of ICIS 2019, Munich.
Luo, K., Wang, Q.H., & Teo, H.H. (forthcoming). The dynamic impacts of online healthcare community on physician altruism: A Hidden Markov Model. Proceedings of ICIS 2019, Munich.
Qiu, L., Rajan, V., & Tan, B.C.Y. (forthcoming). Battling Alzheimer’s disease through early detection: A deep multimodal learning approach. Proceedings of ICIS 2019, Munich.
Shin, J., Oh, H., & Kankanhalli, A. (forthcoming) “Effects of expert- and user-generated evaluations on food product choices via a food literacy app. Proceedings of ICIS 2019, Munich.
Taani I., & Faik I. (forthcoming). Resilience of technology-mediated healthcare ecosystems: A relational coordination perspective. Proceedings of ICIS 2019, Munich.
Zhou, F., Wang, Q.H., & Teo, H.H. (forthcoming). Direct and spillover effects of patient access to health information exchange on medical costs: A natural experiment. Proceedings of ICIS 2019, Munich.
Choi, B., & Jiang, Z. (2018). Encouraging active lifestyle with social sharing: A study on mobile fitness app, Proceedings of ICIS 2018, San Francisco. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2018/healthcare/Presentations/6/
Luo, K., Wang, Q., Teo, H.H., & Chen, X. (2018). Better inpatient health quality at lower cost: Should I participate in the online healthcare community first?, Proceedings of ICIS 2018, San Francisco. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2018/healthcare/Presentations/11/
Ghanvatkar, S., Rajan, V., & Kankanhalli, A. (2018). Detecting temporal pattern profiles from smartphones for user activity analysis, Proceedings of ICIS 2018, San Francisco. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2018/healthcare/Presentations/4/
Nguyen, H.D., Eiring, O., & Poo, D. (2018). “In-Situ simulation in design science research: Evaluation of complex design artifacts, Proceedings of ICIS 2018, San Francisco. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2018/design/Presentations/2/
Qiu, L., & Tan, B.C.Y. (2017). Theory-driven persuasive diet-based application design for diabetic patients, Proceedings of ICIS 2017, Seoul. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2017/IT-and-Healthcare/Presentations/20/
Zhou, Y., Kankanhalli, A., & Huang, K.W. (2017). Predicting exercise behavior in fitness applications: A multi-group study, Proceedings of ICIS 2017, Seoul. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2017/IT-and-Healthcare/Presentations/5/
Taani, I., & Faik, I. (2017). Patient involvement in medical decisions on telemedicine platforms: The role of social presence and mindfulness, Proceedings of ICIS 2017, Seoul. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2017/IT-and-Healthcare/Presentations/14/
Yang, Y., Yang, Y., & Teo, H.H. (2017). Optimal design of gamified incentive hierarchies in online fitness communities, Proceedings of ICIS 2017, Seoul. https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2017/HumanBehavior/Presentations/36/