A Preliminary Framework For Usability Analysis In Healthcare, 2012 Dakota State University
A Preliminary Framework For Usability Analysis In Healthcare, Surendra Sarnikar, Maureen Murphy
We propose a usability analysis framework for healthcare information technology to help identify potential errors and evaluate their impact on medical processes.
2011 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, 2012 Cleveland State University
2011 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Mark Tebeau
This bibliography was created for the annual Friends of the Michael Schwartz Library Scholars and Artists Reception, recognizing scholarly and creative achievements of Cleveland State University faculty, staff and emeriti. Mark Tebeau was the guest speaker
Determinants Of Material Weaknesses In Internal Control Over Compliance In Accordance With Omb Circular A-133 For U.S. Counties, 2012 Southern Adventist University
Determinants Of Material Weaknesses In Internal Control Over Compliance In Accordance With Omb Circular A-133 For U.S. Counties, Julie Hyde
What entity characteristics are associated with the reporting of a material weakness in internal control over compliance for federal grants?
Jackson, Alfred Metcalfe (Sc 306), 2012 Western Kentucky University
Jackson, Alfred Metcalfe (Sc 306), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 306. Account book of Alfred Metcalfe Jackson, a physician in South Carrollton, Kentucky.
Adams, George B., 1820-1854 (Sc 305), 2012 Western Kentucky University
Adams, George B., 1820-1854 (Sc 305), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 305. Account book, 1847-1848, of a blacksmith at Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky.
Perringer & Wile - Bowling Green, Kentucky (Sc 304), 2012 Western Kentucky University
Perringer & Wile - Bowling Green, Kentucky (Sc 304), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 304. Account book, 1857-1858, of general merchants at Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky.
Robertson, Smoot & Brown - Woodburn, Kentucky (Sc 307), 2012 Western Kentucky University
Robertson, Smoot & Brown - Woodburn, Kentucky (Sc 307), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 307. Two account books, 1860-1864, of Robertson, Smoot & Brown, general merchants at Woodburn, Warren County, Kentucky. Includes records of cash payments, credit accounts, and prescription accounts.
Leadership Programs For Women In Higher Education, 2012 Utah Valley University
Leadership Programs For Women In Higher Education, Susan R. Madsen, Karen A. Longman, Jessica Daniels
Susan R. Madsen
The purpose of this abstract is to propose an AHRD conference symposium that will focus on leadership programs for women in higher education. This would be the first of four presentations, and will set the stage for a symposium that would be based on articles that will be published in a February 2012 Special Issue of Advances. I have discussed this with the Editor-in-Chief of Advances and the 2012 AHRD Conference Program Chair and received approval for this submission.
User Innovation And Knowledge Sourcing: The Case Of Financial Software, 2012 Long Island University
User Innovation And Knowledge Sourcing: The Case Of Financial Software, Polavarapu M. Rao, Jongtae Shin, Hyun Shin
Faculty of Marketing & International Business Publications
According to user innovation literature, users can create important innovations and the novel functionalities embedded in those user innovations often become the sources of subsequent innovations by both other users and manufacturers. However, manufacturers are often hesitant in commercializing an innovation created by a single user due to the uncertainty around the market demands. We propose that such hesitancy will decrease when an increasing number of other users source knowledge elements from the focal user innovation and reproduce the novel functionality. Once the focal user innovation is commercialized by manufacturers, other users can purchase the novel functionality from the market ...
Assessment Of The Usage Of The National Geographic Greater Yellowstone Mapguide , 2012 The University of Montana-Missoula
Assessment Of The Usage Of The National Geographic Greater Yellowstone Mapguide , Christine Oschell, Norma P. Nickerson
Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications
This report examines the uses of the Greater Yellowstone MapGuide (both the printed and website versions) and how this tool has influenced those who use it. The Greater Yellowstone MapGuide appears to be a tool that is influencing visitors to the area in many ways. The MapGuide appears to influence where they stay, where they drive, and the activities in which they participate. The findings of this study suggest that the Geotourism concept, as portrayed by the MapGuide, is a successful tool in visitor management.
Frictions In The Ceo Labor Market: The Role Of Talent Agents In Ceo Compensation, 2012 University of Pennsylvania
Frictions In The Ceo Labor Market: The Role Of Talent Agents In Ceo Compensation, Shivaram Rajgopal, Daniel J. Taylor, Mohan Venkatachalam
No abstract provided.
Direct Democracy And State Fiscal Crises: The Problem Of Too Much Law, 2012 University of Pennsylvania
Direct Democracy And State Fiscal Crises: The Problem Of Too Much Law, Peter Conti-Brown
Legal Studies and Business Ethics Papers
The recent scholarly and policy debate concerning state fiscal crises has appropriately focused on the question of the money states have committed to their employees, bondholders, and citizens, and the implications of economic recession for those promises to pay. In that sense, the debate is not strictly about state fiscal crises, but state debt crises, and proposals to resolve them focus on ways in which the states can restructure their debts without triggering further fiscal decline. This focus on debt is understandable. The collective debts of the several states are staggering, and frequently rely on unrealistic projections of tax and ...
Does Home Owning Smooth The Variability Of Future Housing Consumption?, 2012 University of Pennsylvania
Does Home Owning Smooth The Variability Of Future Housing Consumption?, Andrew Paciorek, Todd Sinai
Real Estate Papers
We show that the hedging benefit of owning a home reduces the variability of housing consumption after a move. When a current home owner’s house price covaries positively with housing costs in a future city, changes in the future cost of housing are offset by commensurate changes in wealth before the move. Using Census micro-data, we find that the cross-sectional variation in house values subsequent to a move is lower for home owners who moved between more highly covarying cities. Our preferred estimates imply that an increase in covariance of one standard deviation reduces the variance of subsequent housing ...
The Projection Median Of A Set Of Points In RD⋆, 2012 Indian Statistical Institute
The Projection Median Of A Set Of Points In RD⋆, Riddhipratim Basu, Bhaswar B. Bhattacharya, Tanmoy Talukdar
The projection median of a finite set of points in R2 was introduced by Durocher and Kirkpatrick [Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Vol. 42 (5), 364–375, 2009]. They proved that the projection median in R2 provides a better approximation of the 2-dimensional Euclidean median, than the center of mass or the rectilinear median, while maintaining a fixed degree of stability. In this paper we study the projection median of a set of points in Rd for d ≥ 2. Using results from the theory of integration over topological groups, we show that the d-dimensional projection median provides ...
The Sustainability Of New Programs And Innovations: A Review Of The Empirical Literature And Recommendations For Future Research, Shannon W. Stirman, John R. Kimberly, Natasha Cook, Amber Calloway, Frank Castro, Martin Charns
Health Care Management Papers
The introduction of evidence-based programs and practices into healthcare settings has been the subject of an increasing amount of research in recent years. While a number of studies have examined initial implementation efforts, less research has been conducted to determine what happens beyond that point. There is increasing recognition that the extent to which new programs are sustained is influenced by many different factors and that more needs to be known about just what these factors are and how they interact. To understand the current state of the research literature on sustainability, our team took stock of what is ...
Health Employment, Medical Spending, And Long-Term Health Reform, 2012 University of Pennsylvania
Health Employment, Medical Spending, And Long-Term Health Reform, Mark V. Pauly, Anand Saxena
Health Care Management Papers
This article explores the relationships between the growth in the medical workforce in an aging society and employment in other sectors of the economy, based on data from the USA since 1985. Employment in medical services grew, but did not displace employment in other sectors uniformly. Instead, regression analysis shows that medical workforce growth produced contemporaneous reductions in relative employment in the manufacturing, construction, and information sectors, while being associated with growth in other services and public administration. Import penetration and productivity growth mattered, but much of the displacement remains even after controlling for these factors.
Building A Nerve Center For Patient Flow: Outcomes From A Comprehensive Integration Of Services At An Academic Medical Center, Paris B. Lovett
Paris B Lovett
Building a Nerve Center for Patient Flow: Outcomes from a Comprehensive Integration of Services at an Academic Medical Center
Paris B. Lovett, MD MBA, Brian E. Sweeney, RN, MBA, FACHE, Megan L. Johnston, , MHSA, Lewis J. DeEugenio Jr, MD, FACP, BSME, Holly Meisner, RN, BSN
Patient Flow Management Center. Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. Philadelphia, PA
Background: Improving patient flow metrics (inpatient length-of-stay (LOS), bed utilization, process cycle times and discharge efficiency) requires collaboration and coordination between multiple disciplines and departments within a hospital.
Objectives: To report outcomes from a comprehensive geographic and organizational integration of disciplines and services with the ...
Mortgage Securitization 401: Household, Bank, And Investor Exposure Surrounding Disputes., Symphony Music
(This material was prepared by a mortgage securitization geek but simplified to make it straightforward for smart people to understand. This material should be exciting for those who want to discover why the financial banking system no longer works. Mortgage securitization is about nuance. To understand what drives the actions of banks, and sometimes why regulators are missing the picture, many finer nuances of mortgage securitization must be understood. This Memorandum is an attempt to identify common structural realities and the implication for business associated with those realities)
Service Experience And Phenomena, 2012 University of Southampton
Service Experience And Phenomena, James R. Seligman
The motivation of the paper comes from meeting Bob Lusch in London, UK, 2010, and discussion on service dominant logic principals. The interest level developed since the introduction of articles in marketing literature on service dominant logic (SDL) by Vargo and Lusch (2004a, 2008) and other authors. There have been further research articles in journals, which raised the relevance of various themes in SLD, and the lack of research into the service experience and what is defined as the phenomena (Vargo and Lusch, 2008, pp2). The research question is vital in the understanding of "experience" and "phenomena" in service marketing ...
The Emerging Halal Cosmetic, 2012 University Malaysia Perlis
The Emerging Halal Cosmetic, Murray Hunter
This article is about the world Halal cosmetic market.