Number of co-authors:16
Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:Ajay S. Vinze:6Beomjin Choi:3Ram Ramesh:2
T. S. Raghu's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:Andrew B. Whinston:48Ajay S. Vinze:10Ram Ramesh:7
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Baird, Aaron, North, Frederick and Raghu, T. S. (2011): Personal Health Records (PHR) and the future of the physician-patient relationship. In: Proceedings of the 2011 iConference 2011. pp. 281-288. Available online
We provide early evidence that healthcare consumers plan to play a more active role in their healthcare through the use of a patient-centric information tool -- the Personal Health Record (PHR). We assess consumer attitudes, values, and beliefs of PHRs through the use of a focus group and further analyze the intention to adopt a PHR through the use of a survey based on the adoption of innovations model by Rogers . We find that while barriers to PHR adoption exist -- such as concerns about privacy, security and the lack of visible use of PHRs by others within immediate social groups -- intention to use PHRs are high within our sample. This suggests that active consumer involvement in healthcare may be on the rise and, more importantly, that information may become a key mediator in the physician-patient relationship. While our findings are based on pilot studies consisting of relatively small sample sizes and subject to limited generalizability, these results do suggest that consumer empowerment has the potential to fundamentally alter traditional physician-patient paradigms.
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Freeze, Ronald, Raghu, T. S., Vinze, Ajay S., Campagnolo, Denise, Partovi, Shahram and Tyry, Tuula (2009): Analyzing Chronic Diseases with Latent Growth Models: An Analysis of Multiple Sclerosis. In: HICSS 2009 - 42st Hawaii International International Conference on Systems Science 5-8 January, 2009, Waikoloa, Big Island, HI, USA. pp. 1-9. Available online
Vinze, Ajay S. and Raghu, T. S. (2007): Information security in the knowledge economy. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 65 (1) pp. 1-2. Available online
Arora, Hina, Raghu, T. S. and Vinze, Ajay S. (2007): Optimizing Regional Aid during Public Health Emergencies: An Autonomic Resource Allocation Approach. In: HICSS 2007 - 40th Hawaii International International Conference on Systems Science 3-6 January, 2007, Waikoloa, Big Island, HI, USA. p. 136. Available online
Choi, Beomjin, Raghu, T. S. and Vinze, Ajay S. (2006): An Empirical Study of Standards Development for E-Businesses: A Social Network Perspective. In: HICSS 2006 - 39th Hawaii International International Conference on Systems Science 4-7 January, 2006, Kauai, HI, USA. . Available online
Mishra, Birendra K., Raghu, T. S. and Prasad, Ashutosh (2005): Strategic Analysis of Corporate Software Piracy Prevention and Detection. In Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 15 (3) pp. 223-252. Available online
In this article, we investigate the prevention and detection of corporate software piracy, which is a serious concern to the software industry but that has received scant attention in the extant body of software piracy research. The strategic interaction between corporations that may consider piracy and the software coalition that investigates them, is represented by a one-period game theoretic model. Our analysis focuses on 2 scenarios distinguished by the type of information technology infrastructure (centralized vs. decentralized) used in the corporations. Under both scenarios, we identify equilibrium strategies and perform sensitivity analysis with respect to model parameters. Among other results, the sensitivity analysis suggests that a stricter penalty regime and higher level of compensatory damages to the software coalition are beneficial, whereas higher auditing costs and poor control structures to prevent software piracy are detrimental to the software industry's bottom line. We also found that the probability of audit and optimal audit cost are unaffected by the proportion of nonpirating firms. Also, there is an externality between firms, that is, if more firms pirate in an industry, location, or nation, then all such firms will face inspections.
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Raghu, T. S., Ramesh, Ram and Whinston, Andrew B. (2005): Addressing the homeland security problem: A collaborative decision-making framework. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56 (3) pp. 310-324. Available online
Edgington, Theresa, Raghu, T. S. and Vinze, Ajay S. (2005): Knowledge Ontology: A Method for Empirical Identification of 'As-Is' Contextual Knowledge. In: HICSS 2005 - 38th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 3-6 January, 2005, Big Island, HI, USA. . Available online
Choi, Beomjin, Raghu, T. S. and Vinze, Ajay (2004): Addressing a standards creation process: a focus on ebXML. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 61 (5) pp. 627-648. Available online
Current trends in e-business are creating opportunities for automation of business processes across business boundaries. However, lack of standards has caused difficulties for industry players in exploiting resources and coordinating activities in the context of e-business. ebXML -- an emerging e-business standard framework to unite competing factions under a banner of international trade -- has been developed within an industry consortium using an open, collaborative process with no barriers to entry, whose approach is very different from traditional approach to create standards. Drawing on socio-technological perspective, this paper attempts to gain deeper understanding of such phenomenon by using a case study methodology. This paper uses data drawn mostly from email discussions and minutes of teleconference and face-to-face meeting. Our exploration of the ebXML standardization process generates specific propositions. In summary, our analysis found that the 'openness' of standardization process helps to create a more comprehensive standard than proprietary standards -- effectively leading to convergence of technologies, and that the unfolding dynamics of standardization process varies depending on the characteristics of standards to be developed. We also discuss user participation as an important factor that influences the dynamics of standardization process in such an open, collaborative standardization process. Surprisingly, user participation seems to be more effective in creating technical infrastructure oriented standards rather than business process oriented standards.
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Edgington, Theresa, Choi, Beomjin, Henson, Katherine, Raghu, T. S. and Vinze, Ajay S. (2004): Adopting ontology to facilitate knowledge sharing. In Communications of the ACM, 47 (11) pp. 85-90. Available online
Raghu, T. S., Ramesh, Ram and Whinston, Andrew B. (2002): Next Steps for Mobile Entertainment Portals. In IEEE Computer, 35 (5) pp. 63-70. Available online
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