The Dark Side of Health Information Technology - From a Perspective of the Doctors
16 Mar 2018 Friday, 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
COM2 Level 4
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
FACULTY DISCUSSANT: Dr. Isam Faik
STUDENT DISCUSSANT: Ms. Fang Zhou
Health information technologies (HIT), such as CPOE, EMR/EHR and CDSS, have been widely employed to improve healthcare efficiency and effectiveness. At the same time, however, the implementation of these HIT also led to unanticipated consequences, which may harm healthcare performance. To demonstrate the dark side of HIT, this seminar will introduce several important HIT used by the doctors, and discuss the new problems generated by HIT particularly from a perspective of the doctors. At the end, I will illustrate several technological advances in handling these issues.
Ya Zhou is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Information Systems and Analytics, School of Computing at the National University of Singapore (NUS). She received her B.S. in Information Systems from Renmin University of China. Her interests include health online communities, health information systems and marketing in social media. She has published her research in journals including Information and Management (I&M). Her work has also appeared at leading conferences such as International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS).