My research follows an engaged scholarship model, which emphasizes collaboration with key stakeholders to conduct multidisciplinary investigations of the interfacing areas of business, information technology (IT), and processes.
I seek to examine how IT-enabled innovations can improve cost-effectiveness, quality, safety, and accessibility of healthcare services; optimize internal and external supply chains; improve information flows within and across organizational boundaries; and strengthen overall business model and performance of healthcare organizations.
I am particularly interested in exploring how resource-constrained organizations, such as small physician practices and rural hospitals, are creating and adopting technology-enabled innovations to create business value.
I always look forward to research collaborations in areas of common interest. Please feel free to contact me.