Nicholas P. Vitalari

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Nicholas P. Vitalarrs current research interests are in the role of cognitive models in systems analysis, training requirements for systems analysis, structured analysis methods, and the sociology of computing at work and in the home. He may be reached through CSNET at VITALARI@UCI-2OB. Gary W. Dickson's current research interests involve the relationship(More)
Recent developments in the personal and home computer marketplace have raised questions about the effectiveness of current product strategies. In this article, Alladi Venkatesh and Nicholas Vitalari focus on the home computer market which continues to evolve in different ways. Specifically, they identify five technologically oriented product strategies, the(More)
This paper examines the future of U.S. healthcare industry. The paper identifies a collection of unprecedented forces that will dramatically reshape industry boundaries, structures, and practices over the next two decades. Key findings include: 1) Regulatory and legislative policy uncertainty raises questions about the long-term relevance of the Affordable(More)
An empirical study of 282 users of home computers was conducted to explore the relationship between computer use and shifts in time allocation patterns in the household. Major changes in time allocated to various activities were detected. Prior experience with computers (i.e., prior to purchase of the home computer) was found to have a significant impact on(More)
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