E. Vance Wilson

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OBJECTIVE Health care providers are beginning to deliver a range of Internet-based services to patients; however, it is not clear which of these e-health services patients need or desire. The authors propose that patients' acceptance of provider-delivered e-health can be modeled in advance of application development by measuring the effects of several key(More)
Healthcare is a large and growing industry that is experiencing major transformation in its information technology base. IS confronted similar transformations in other industries and developed theories and methods that should prove useful in healthcare applications. In turn, IS may benefit from incorporating knowledge from health informatics, a discipline(More)
Group support systems (GSS) provide both promise and puzzlement. Experimental studies of different systems over the years have resulted in conflicting findings --- sometimes enhancing group performance, at other times having no effect, and occasionally even resulting in worse performance for GSS-supported groups than for traditional groups. Researchers have(More)
The fungal family Clavicipitaceae includes plant symbionts and parasites that produce several psychoactive and bioprotective alkaloids. The family includes grass symbionts in the epichloae clade (Epichloë and Neotyphodium species), which are extraordinarily diverse both in their host interactions and in their alkaloid profiles. Epichloae produce alkaloids(More)
Due to the emerging importance of e-health and the possibility that it can reduce health care costs, we try to explain patients’ behavioral intention to use their provider’s e-health system. Using the survey method to collect data from patients newly registered with an e-health site, we test three models of user acceptance: two well-known models (TAM and(More)