At the 2015 annual Health IT Leadership Summit held in Atlanta, GA, a team of Computer Information Systems students from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business won the “University Innovation Award and HIT Hack Challenge.”
Kevin Lofton, CEO of Catholic Health Initiatives in Denver and one of Robinson’s MBA/MHA grads, received the highest award from the American College of Healthcare Executives this week in Chicago.
The Institute of Health Administration in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business has been listed among the 50 Most Innovative University Healthcare Administration departments by topMastersinHealthcare.com.
Georgia State University won the Phoenix Award for University Advancement of the Year at the 2014 Health Information Technology Leadership Summit. This is a major accomplishment for the Center for Health Information Technology, housed within Georgia State’s Robinson College of Business.
Abhay Mishra has been accepted for publication in Production and Operations Management.
A recent paper (Ahluwalia et al.) that reports on a study of research productivity in ubiquitous, mobile pervasive and wireless information systems in 13 IS journals from 2000 to 2010 ranks Robinson as #1 in the world in mobile computing research.
We are honored to announce that Tom Mroz from South Carolina will be joining us under the Second Century Initiative.
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 »
A team of graduate students from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business won first place at the Deloitte Consulting 101 Workshop held in Atlanta.
Associating consumer perceived value with business models for digital services Baird, Aaron, and T. S. Raghu. “Associating consumer perceived value with business models for digital services.” European Journal of Information Systems (Forthcoming). We seek to demonstrate that consumer value for digital service business models may be quite different even when consumers have similar preferences… more »