|Home institute||Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit – Betriebswirtschaftslehre mit Schwerpunkt Information Systems und Management|
|Courses type||Vorlesung + Übung in category Teaching|
|First appointment||Mon , 08.10.2018 09:30 - 18:30, Room: (J 2105)|
|Pre-requisites||Recommended semester: 1st semester and above|
Since it is a block course and heavily based on group work, we strongly recommend that you do not attend if you cannot make it to all sessions.
Furthermore the number of participants is limited to 50 on a first-come-first-serve-basis.
Application is possible by registering for this group until the 5th of October 2018 or until the maximum number of students is reached.
Please also note that the formal exam registration will take place on Monday
during the course and you will have to sign it if you want to receive the credits.
|Performance record||Exam and presentation|
Bhattacherjee, A., and Hikmet, N. 2007. “Physicians’ resistance toward healthcare information technology: a theoretical model and empirical test,” European Journal of Information Systems (16:6), pp. 725–737
Clegg, C., and Shepherd, C. 2007. \"\"The biggest computer programme in the world… ever!: time for a change in mindset?\"\", Journal of Information Technology 22, pp. 212-221
Currie, W. L. 2012. “Institutional isomorphism and change: the national programme for IT - 10 years on,” Journal of Information Technology (Palgrave Macmillan) (27:3), pp. 236–248
Currie, W. L., and Guah, M. W. 2007. “Conflicting institutional logics: a national programme for IT in theorganisational field of healthcare,” Journal of Information Technology (Palgrave Macmillan) (22:3), pp. 235–247
Lapointe, L., and Rivard, S. 2005. “A Multilevel Model of Resistance to Information Technology Implementation,” MIS Quarterly (29:3), pp. 461–491
Porter, M., 2012: Redefining German Health Care
Romanow, D., Sunyoung Cho, and Straub, D. 2012. “Riding the Wave: Past Trends and Future Directions for Health IT Research,” MIS Quarterly (36:3), pp. iii–A18
A more extensive set of literature will be provided during the course.
This module communicates the fundamentals of IT-driven innovations in eHealth. Upon the successful completion of this module, students have a basic understanding for the possibilities of IT-driven innovations in international healthcare markets. Students will be introduced with the cornerstones of healthcare markets (history, financial models, regulation, stakeholder) as a fundamental basis for developing appropriate areas for improvement. Furthermore, students gain a fundamental understanding of the use of information technology in the area of health care provider and the associated resistance against technology ("Technology Resistance"). Thus, students obtain the ability to analyze success and failure factors of eHealth applications.
The students will:
- understand the specifics of different healthcare systems and the impact on introducting innovation and reforms
- be aware of current trends & directions with respect to IT / innovation in healthcare markets for different stakeholders and on a national level
- be able to discuss and apply models for user resistance and their effect on national eHealth programs
- obtain an understanding on privacy and security issues within eHealth implementation programs
- be able to apply the expertise with a team of students to a specific problem
Monday. 08.10. 09:30 - 18:30
Tuesday. 09.10. - Friday. 12.10. 08:30 - 18:30
|(J1207)||Wednesday. 05.12. 15:00 - 16:00|
|Current number of participants||22|
|maximum number of participants||50|