Khalil Khoumbati

Khalil Khoumabti (khalil.khoumbati@gmail.com) is a professor with the Institute of Information and Communication Technology University of Sindh, Jamshoro (Sindh, Pakistan). He received his PhD in “Evaluation the Adoption of Enterprise Application Integration in Healthcare Organizations” from the School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics, Brunel University (UK); and his MSc in computer technology and BSc in electronics from the Institute of Information and Communication Technology, University of Sindh, Jamshoro (Pakistan). His current research focus is on the adoption of enterprise application integration health informatics and e-government applications. He is on the editorial board of several international journals such as Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy. He has published 25 research papers in internationally refereed journals such as the Journal of Management Information Systems and the Journal of Computer and Information Systems. He has presented 16 papers in international conferences such as HICSS, AMCIS, ECIS and EMCIS.

Publications

Handbook of Research on Advances in Health Informatics and Electronic Healthcare Applications: Global Adoption and Impact of Information Communication Technologies
Khalil Khoumbati, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Aradhana Srivastava, Banita Lal. © 2010. 628 pages.
In the healthcare field, there is limited literature published on the subject of global deployment, diffusion, adoption, use, and impact of information communication technologies...
International Journal of Web Portals (IJWP)
Emanuel Soares Peres, Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha. Est. 2009.
Web portals are one of the most important components in the context of business integration. The International Journal of Web Portals (IJWP) is a high-quality refereed journal on...
Employing Content Validity Approach for Improving the Content of Broadband Adoption Survey Instrument
Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Banita Lal, Khalil Khoumbati. © 2008. 12 pages.
Studies on broadband adoption are just beginning to emerge and are exploratory in nature. Progress has been made to develop conceptual models to understand the adoption of...