Selected Invited Keynote Presentations and Seminars

Keynote Presentation, “Digital Footprints and Vulnerabilities: The Evolution of Privacy in the Internet Age,” Future of the Internet Congress, Frankfurt, Germany, December 2013.

Research Seminar, “A Double Digital Divide? The Paradox of Efficient Markets and HIV Incidence among the Digitally Disadvantaged,” The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, November 2013.

Research Seminar, “A Double Digital Divide? The Paradox of Efficient Markets and HIV Incidence among the Digitally Disadvantaged,” University of California at Irvine, October 2013.

Keynote Presentation, “The Social Value of Online Health Communities,” IS Research Workshop, City University of Hong Kong, July 2013.

Keynote Presentation, “The Social Value of Online Health Communities,” IS Research Workshop, National Sun-Yat Sen University Taiwan, July 2013.

Research Seminar, “Vocal Majority and Silent Minority: How do Online Physician Ratings Reflect Population Opinions?” University of Florida at Gainesville, April 2013.

Distinguished Speaker, “Vocal Majority and Silent Minority: How do Online Physician Ratings Reflect Population Opinions?” HEC Montreal, April 2013.

Keynote Presentation, “The Digital Transformation of Healthcare: Opportunities, Challenges, and Solutions,” McCombs Health IT Workshop, University of Texas at Austin, November 2012.

Distinguished Speaker, “The Digital Transformation of Healthcare: Opportunities, Challenges, and Solutions,” McMaster University DeGroote School of Business, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, September 2012.

Keynote Presentation, “Digital Word of Mouth and Credence Goods: Studies of Online Physician Reviews,” IS Research Workshop, City University of Hong Kong, June 2012.

Keynote Presentation, “Digital Word of Mouth and Credence Goods: Studies of Online Physician Reviews,” IS Research Workshop, National University of Taiwan, July 2012.

Keynote Presentation, “Bits, Bytes, and Potions: The Digital Transformation of Health and Medicine,” Management and Economics of ICT Conference, Munich, Germany, March 2012.

Keynote Panel, “Leadership in the Information Systems Discipline,” Doctoral Consortium, International Conference on Information Systems, Shanghai, China, December 2011.

Research Seminar, “A Digital Soapbox? The Information Value of Online Doctor Ratings,” Seminar, Tepper School of Management, Carnegie-Mellon University, September 2011.

Research Seminar, “A Digital Soapbox? The Information Value of Online Doctor Ratings,” Seminar, Fogelman School of Business, University of Memphis, September 2011.

Research Seminar, “The Digitization of Healthcare and Online Doctor Ratings,” Seminar, University of British Columbia, April 2011.

Research Seminar, “Physician Identity and Electronic Health Records,” Seminar, Krannert School of Business, Purdue University, November 2010.

Research Seminar, Smith School Thought Leadership Series, “Digital Transformation of Healthcare,” October 2009.

Research Seminar, “Privacy and Digital Health Information,” Arizona State University, November 2008.

Research Seminar, “The Digitization of Healthcare,” Katz School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, February 2008.

Research Seminar, “Propensity, Susceptibility, Infectiousness, and Spatial Proximity Contagion: Electronic Medical Record Diffusion in US Hospitals,” Emory University, Atlanta, GA, November 2007.

Research Seminar, “The Diffusion of Electronic Medical Records,” University of Washington, Seattle, April 2007.

Research Seminar, “Online-Infomediaries and Price Discrimination,” Stern School of Business, New York University, October 2006.

“But Does IT Add Value?” Panel Participant, Partner’s Health Care Telemedicine Symposium, Harvard Medical School, October 2006.

Invited Talk, “Using IT to Improve Outcomes in Healthcare Delivery, “PHRs, EHRs, EMRs: Research Opportunities and Challenges,” Workshop on Healthcare and IT, Boston College, October 2006.

Research Seminar, “Identity in Virtual Communities,” University of Texas at Arlington, April 2006.

Invited Talk, “Informating Health Care: Electronic Health Records and Individual and Institutional Use,” Graduate School of Business Administration Congress, Zurich, Switzerland, October 2005.

Research Seminar, “Online Infomediaries in Auto-Retailing,” University of Texas at Dallas, October 2005.

Keynote Speaker, “Informating Health Care Through IT,” Economic and Social Research Council Seminar, University of Nottingham, July 2005.

Invited Talk, “Reflections on MBA and E-MBA Teaching,” Gordon Davis Symposium, Carlson School of Business, University of Minnesota, May 2005.

Research Seminar, “Digital Re-Intermediation in the Automobile Value Chain,” Heinz School of Public Policy, Carnegie-Mellon University, March 2005.

Research Seminar, “Digital Re-Intermediation in the Automobile Value Chain,” College of Business, Ohio State University, March 2005.

Invited Talk, “In Search of Superior Performance: The Alignment of IT Capabilities and Firm Strategy,” 30th Anniversary Celebration, Eller College of Business and Public Policy, University of Arizona, November 2004.

Seminar Leader, “Theories of Diffusion of Innovation in IT,” INFWEST.IT Program, Jyvaskyla, Finland, August 2004.

Distinguished Speaker, “Generating Value from IT: Triangulating on Assimilation Behaviors in Organizations,” McGill University, Faculty of Management, May 2004.

Research Seminar, “Turning Visitors Into Customers: A Usability-Centric Perspective on Purchase Behavior in Electronic Channels,” School of Business, Case Western Reserve University, February 2004.

Research Seminar, “Turning Visitors Into Customers: A Usability-Centric Perspective on Purchase Behavior in Electronic Channels,” Seminar, School of Business, Michigan State University, September 2003.

Research Seminar, “Turning Visitors Into Customers: A Usability-Centric Perspective on Purchase Behavior in Electronic Channels,” College of Business, Georgia Tech University, May 2003.

Invited CIO Seminar, “Individual Adoption of New Technologies,” Center for Information Management Studies, Babson College, May 2003.

Research Seminar, “Turning Visitors Into Customers: A Usability-Centric Perspective on Purchase Behavior in Electronic Channels,” McCombs School of Business, University of Texas At Austin, April 2003.

Research Seminar, “Turning Visitors Into Customers: A Usability-Centric Perspective on Purchase Behavior in Electronic Channels,” School of Business, University of Houston, April 2003.

Research Seminar, “Turning Visitors Into Customers: A Usability-Centric Perspective on Purchase Behavior in Electronic Channels,” Michael F. Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma, April 2003.