Salam, A.F.

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Consumer Empowerment in Healthcare Information Exchange: An Investigation Using the Grounded Theory Approach 2008 5121 Emerging technological innovations such as personal health records (PHRs), electronic health records (EHRs) and the nationwide health information network (NHIN) provide the ability to increase the sharing of medical records among healthcare stakehold...
Service convenience, service consumption experience and relational exchange in electronic mediated environment (EME) 2009 12571 There is increasing concern in academic research that conventional knowledge of services management may not adequately inform management in constructing an ITdriven services strategy to succeed in the emerging Electronic Mediated Environment (EME). M...
Information systems, competitive dynamics, and firm performance: an interpretive and centering resonance analysis 2010 12055 Researchers have endeavored to increase understanding of the relationships between investments in information systems (IS), competitive advantage, and firm performance. While the extant IS literature provides important insights on information systems...
Dark side of information systems and protection of children online: examining predatory behavior and victimization of children within social media 2014 2935 Protecting children online from sexual predators has been a focus of research in psychiatry, sociology, computer science, and information systems (IS) for many years. However, the anonymity afforded by social media has made finding a solution to the ...
Reconceptualizing information systems business value in the non-profit organizational context 2014 1769 The nonprofit sector is an important part of the U.S. economy as an estimated 2.3 million non-profit organizations contributed $804.8 billion to the gross domestic product (GDP), approximately 5.5% of GDP (Roeger, Blackwood, & Pettijohn, 2012). Signi...
Online social systems, social actions, and politics: a narrative analysis of the role of social media in revolutionary political change 2017 768 One of the demonstrators during the 2011 Egyptian revolution tweeted “We use Facebook to schedule the protests, Twitter to coordinate, and YouTube to tell the world,” thus acknowledging and establishing the fundamental role of social media in the pol...