HIT News

GSU Researchers Study the Use of Information Technology in Enrollment

Posted On June 19, 2014
Categories HIT News, News Releases

Researchers at Georgia State University’s Center for Health Information Technology (a partnership of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies’ Georgia Health Policy Center and the J. Mack Robinson College of Business) recently published the article “Examining the potential of information technology to improve public insurance application processes: enrollee assessments from a… more »

Georgia’s Marketplace Enrollment: An Update on Safety Net Provider Activity

Posted On February 18, 2014
Categories HIT News, News Releases

On February 18, 2014 the GHPC and Communities Joined in Action hosted the Georgia’s Marketplace Enrollment: An Update on Safety Net Provider Activity” in Macon, Ga. The conference focused on providing updates on enrollment through the federal and state-based health insurance marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act. Experts from federal, state, and local organizations… more »

“A Vibrant Health IT Cluster”, By Tino Mantella, Exec Director, Technology Association of Georgia

Posted On January 24, 2014
Categories HIT News

In a recent newsletter, Tino Mantella — president of the Technology Association of Georgia — called our state “the health IT capital of the nation.” Today, he writes about the region being a leading health care IT cluster. Meanwhile, a real estate executive predicts the metro Atlanta housing industry will return to “normal” in 2014.… more »

Best Paper Award

Posted On December 16, 2013
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A paper published by Dr. Jeong-ha (Cath) Oh of the Department of Computer Information Systems in Information Systems Research was named the best paper published in the journal during 2012. The paper, “Social Networks and the Diffusion of User-Generated Content: Evidence from YouTube,” was also runner-up for best published paper award at the Information… more »