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International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI)

International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI)

Editor-in-Chief: Matthew W. Guah (Claflin University, USA)
Indexed In: INSPEC and 8 more indices
Published: Quarterly |Established: 2009
ISSN: 1938-0216|EISSN: 1938-0224|DOI: 10.4018/IJHDRI
Out of print.
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Description & Scope
Description:
The International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI) publishes original papers in all areas of healthcare management reform and information systems initiatives aimed at healthcare delivery improvement. It emphasizes empirical research but may include specialized... Show More
Mission & Scope:
The International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI) encourages research examining different types of healthcare reform initiatives ranging from strategic to operational that occur in various forms, including inter-organizational, group-based, and technology-enabled. Healthcare reform research has, and will likely continue to draw from diverse academic disciplines such as... Show More
Coverage:
  • Analysis of fundamental concepts for healthcare reform
  • Best practice for healthcare management strategies in Internet age
  • Best practices for integration of business and healthcare delivery processes
  • Best practices for managing reform processes in healthcare
  • Best practices for managing the demand for healthcare delivery systems
  • Best practices models for healthcare capacity and demand management
  • Communication, coordination, and cooperation of actors in healthcare reform
  • Evaluation of IS implementation methods and distribution processes in healthcare
  • Healthcare decision makers' ability to identify invalid or inappropriate reform initiatives
  • Human-computer interaction and usability issues during healthcare reform
  • Information technology integration within and between organizations
  • IS developments and implementation processes in healthcare reform
  • Misinterpretation and misuse of healthcare reform programs
  • Organizational IS characteristics and the resulting effects on healthcare reform
  • Performance assessment and economic evaluation of health reform initiatives
  • Quality assurance and evaluation of healthcare reform initiatives
  • Role of information integration on healthcare reforms
  • Security, privacy, and confidentiality during healthcare reform
  • Selection and tailoring for healthcare systems in specific countries and regions
  • Technology, process, and people dimensions in healthcare reform
  • Transfer of reform initiatives lessons from other industries into healthcare
  • Web services and SOA in healthcare
Editorial Board

Editorial Board

Associate Editors
Lawrence Brooks, Brunel University, UK
Danny Poo Chiang Choon, National University of Singapore, China
Felix Tan Ter Chian, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Wendy L. Currie, Warwick University, UK
Kerstin Fink, Universität Innsbruck, Austria
Yanzhong Huang, Seton Hall University, USA
Cynthia M. Lerouge, Saint Louis University, USA
Yuanli Liu, Harvard University, USA
Massimo Memmola, Catholic University, USA
Natalie M. Mitev, London School of Economics & Political Science, UK
Blessing Mukabeta Maumbe, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Susan M. Newell, Bentley University, USA
Phillip Olla, Madonna University, USA
John Ovretveit, MMC Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Shenglan Tang, Liverpool University, UK
E. Vance Wilson, Arizona State University, USA

International Editorial Review Board
Patrick K. Andoh-Baidoo, University of Texas - Pan American, USA
Carina Beckerman, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
Jon Blue, University of Delaware, USA
Fay Cobb Payton, North Carolina State University, USA
Diane Dewar, State University of New York, USA
Isabel de la Torre Diez, University of Valladolid, Spain
Mohan Dutta, Purdue University, USA
Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Swansea University, UK
Latif A. Hakim, South Queensland University, Australia
Souad Mohamed, University of Westminster, UK
Gert J. van der Pijl, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Ronald Spanjers, University of Tilburg, The Netherlands
Catharina Ziekenhuis, University of Tilburg, The Netherlands
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