Best Paper Award Winners

Best Paper Award Winners 2020

          

Best Paper

Disregarding Modifying or Adopting: How Medical Experts Incorporate AI Recommendations into Patient Care Decisions
By Jeffrey Clement (University of Minnesota), Yuqing Ren (University of Minnesota) and Shawn Curley (University of Minnesota)

Best Paper Runner Up

Data Economy Interrupted! Introducing Data Voids and their Emergence
By Anna Essen (Stockholm School of Economics) and Sirkka Jarvenpaa (University of Texas at Austin)

Designing Personalized Treatment Plans for Breast Cancer: A Predictive Analytics Approach
By Wei Chen (George Washington University), Yixin Lu (George Washington University), Liangfei Qiu (University of Florida) and Subodha Kumar (Temple University)

Does Underuse Variation in Test-Ordering Practice Relate to Higher Care-Delivery Cost?
By Seokjun Youn (University of Arizona) and Gregory Heim (Texas A&M University)

Healthcare Crowd-out and Resource Allocation: Evidence from COVID-19 Pandemic
By Manuel Hermosilla (Johns Hopkins University), Jian Ni (Johns Hopkins University), Haizhong Wang (Sun Yat-Sen University) and Jin Zhang (Jinan University)

Best Student-Authored Paper

The Impact of Quality Feedback on Hospital IT Safety Improvement
By A Jay Holmgren (Harvard Business School)

Does EMR Adoption by Nursing Homes Decrease Hospitalization Costs?
By Atiye Cansu Erol (University of Pennsylvania), Lorin M. Hitt (University of Pennsylvania) and Prasanna Tambe (University of Pennsylvania)

A Novel Recommendation Design for Personalizing Healthcare Interventions: An Multi-Armed Bandit Approach
By Tongxin Zhou (University of Washington), Yingfei Wang (University of Washington), Lucy Yan (Indiana University) and Yong Tan (University of Washington)

Young Scholar Award

Christopher Whaley (Rand)


Past Winners


Best Paper Award Winners 2019

Best Paper

How do Humans Interact with Algorithms? Experimental Evidence from Health Insurance
By Kate Bundorf (Stanford University), Maria Polyakova (Stanford University) and Ming Tai-Seale (University of California San Diego)

Best Paper Runner Up

What Explains Performance of Accountable Care Organizations: Learning or Selection Effects?
By Sezgin Ayabakan (Temple University), Rajiv Banker (Temple University) and Indranil Bardhan (University of Texas at Austin)

The Doctor Will See You Elsewhere: Enterprise Information Systems and the Changing Permeability of Firm Boundaries
By Brad Greenwood (George Mason University) and Russell Funk (University of Minnesota)

Best Student-Authored Paper

How Information Technology Can Help in the Fight Against an Opioid Epidemic: An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of E-Prescribing on Opioid Overdoses
By Nakyung Kyung (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and Sanghee Lim (Johns Hopkins University)

Drug Abuse and the Internet: Evidence from Craigslist
By Jiayi Liu (Emory University) and Anandhi Bharadwaj (Emory University)

Young Researcher Award

What Explains Performance of Accountable Care Organizations: Learning or Selection Effects?
By Sezgin Ayabakan (Temple University)

Best Paper Award Winners 2018

Best Paper

The Effect of Predictive Analytics-Driven Interventions on Healthcare Utilization
By Guy David (University of Pennsylvania), Aaron Smith-McLallen (Independence Blue Cross) and and Benjamin Ukert (University of Pennsylvania)

Best Paper Runner Up

Workload, Predictive Accuracy, and the Value of Algorithm-Enabled Process Innovation: The Case of Sepsis
By Idris Adjerid (Virginia Tech), Mehmet Ayvaci (University of Texas at Dallas) and Ozalp Ozer (University of Texas at Dallas)

The Maternity Conundrum: Can Information Technology Improve Intergenerational Health Outcomes of Mothers and of Babies?
By Min Chen (Florida International University), Monica Chiarini Tremblay (College of William & Mary) and Rajiv Kohli (College of William & Mary)

Young Researcher Award

The Complementarity of Health Information and Health IT for Reducing Opioid-Related Mortality and Morbidity
By Lucy Xiaolu Wang (Cornell University)

Young Researcher Award Runner Up

Does Telemedicine Reduce Emergency Department Congestion? Evidence from New York State
By Shujing Sun (University of Rochester), Susan Feng Lu (Purdue University) and Huaxia Rui (University of Rochester)

Modeling Users' Continuous Participation: Evidence from Online Weight-Loss Communities
By Tongxin Zhou (University of Washington), Lu Yan (Indiana University), Yingfei Wang (University of Washington) and Yong Tan (University of Washington)

Best Paper Award Winners 2017

Best Paper

How Does Awareness of Financial Incentives Affect Physician Behavior? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment
Emilia Simeonova (Johns Hopkins University), Margaret McConnell (Harvard University), William Rogers (Tufts) and Ira Wilson (Brown University)

Best Student-Authored Paper

Are Online Reviews of Physicians Reliable Indicators of Clinical Outcomes? A Focus on Chronic Disease Management
Indranil Bardhan (University of Texas at Austin), Zhiqiang (Eric) Zheng (University of Texas at Dallas), Danish Saifee (University of Alabama) and Atanu Lahiri (University of Texas at Austin)

Young Scholar Award

Idris Adjerid (University of Notre Dame)

Best Paper Award Winners 2016

Best Paper

Does Hospital Electronic Medical Record Adoption Lead To Upcoding or More Accurate Coding?
By Gautam Gowrisankaran (University of Arizona), Jianjing Lin (Tulane University) and Keith Joiner (University of Arizona)

Best Student-Authored Paper

The Effect of Online Reviews on Physician Demand: A Structural Model of Patient Choice
By Yuqian Xu (New York University), Mor Armony (New York University) and Anindya Ghose (New York University)

Young Researcher Award

Mehmet Ayvaci (University of Texas at Dallas)

Best Paper Award Winners 2015

Best Paper

Is Technology Eating Nurses? Staffing Decisions in Nursing Home
Susan F. Lu (University of Rochester), Huaxia Rui (University of Rochester), Abraham Seidmann (University of Rochester)

Best Student-Authored Paper

Heterogeneous Treatment Effect of Electronic Medical Records on Hospital Efficiency
Ruirui Sun (City University of New York)

Young Scholar Award

An Empirical Analysis of the Financial Benefits of Health Information Exchange in Emergency Departments
Niam Yaraghi (Brookings Institution)

Best Paper Award Winners 2014

Best Paper

Saving Patient Ryan – Can Health IT Make Patient Care Safer? Evidence from Pennsylvania Hospitals
Muhammad Zia Hydari (Carnegie Mellon University), Rahul Telang (Carnegie Mellon University), William M. Marella (Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority)

Best Student-Authored Paper

Technological Innovation and Productivity in Service Delivery: Evidence from the Adoption of Electronic Medical Records
Rezwan Haque (Harvard University)

Young Scholar Award

The Spillover Effects of Health IT Investments on Regional Health Care Costs
Hilal Atasoy (Temple University), Pei-yu Chen (Arizona State University), Kartik Ganju (Temple University)

Best Paper Award Winners 2013

Best Paper

Consumer Protection or Consumer Frustration? The Impact of Banning Foreign
Pharmacies from Sponsored Search
By Matthew Chesnes (Federal Trade Commission), Daisy Dai (University of Maryland) and Ginger Zhe Jin (University of Maryland)

Best Student-Authored Paper

Cracking the Codes: Do Electronic Medical Records Facilitate Hospital Revenue Enhancement?
By Bingyang Li (Northwestern University)

Young Researcher Award

Improving the Malpractice System: Effect of EMRs on Claim Resolution Time
By Sam Ransbotham (Boston College), Eric M. Overby (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Michael C. Jernigan (Harvard Medical School)

Best Paper Award Winners 2012

Best Paper

The Trillion Dollar Conundrum: Complementarities and Health Information Technology
By David Dranove (Northwestern University), Chris Forman (Georgia Inst. of Technology), Avi Goldfarb (University of Toronto) and Shane Greenstein (Northwestern University)

Best Student-Authored Paper

Adoption of Health Information Exchange: Understanding the Negative Externality
By Sunita Desai (University of Pennsylvania)

Young Researcher Award

Collaborative Information Sharing and Patients' Health Education
By Lu (Lucy) Yan (Indiana University)

Best Paper Award Winners 2011

Best Paper

Internet's Dirty Secret: Assessing the Impact of Technology Shocks on the Outbreaks of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
By Jason Chan (New York University) and Anindya Ghose (New York University)

Can Health Care Information Technology Save Babies?
By Amalia R. Miller (University of Virginia) and Catherine E. Tucker (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Best Student-Authored Paper

Quantifying the Influence of Opinion Leaders on Information Technology Adoption in Healthcare: A Hierarchical Bayesian Learning Model
By Haijing Hao (University of Massachusetts - Boston), Rema Padman (Carnegie Mellon University), Baohong Sun (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business) and Rahul Telang (Carnegie Mellon University)

Young Researcher Award

The Effects of Health Information Technology on the Costs and Quality of Medical Care
By Leila Agha (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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