Ryan J. Baxter

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Patient-present physician-to-physician telemedicine consultations have been shown to be effective, yet diffusion is not widespread. While much prior research has investigated how computer anxiety affects acceptance and usage of telemedicine and other systems, few prior studies have addressed the impact of situational anxiety (e.g., anxiety caused by the(More)
How do emotions affect telemedicine adoption and usage for critical-care episodes? We report on early findings from a grounded theory approach in a multiple-case study of critical care tele-pediatrics (research in progress). Thus far our findings suggest that specialists believe that generalist clinicians at remote " spoke " hospitals are anxious and(More)
For global companies that compete in high-velocity industries, business strategies and initiatives change rapidly, and thus the CIO struggles to keep the IT organization aligned with a moving target. In this paper we report on research-in-progress that focuses on how the CIO attempts to meet this challenge. Specifically, we are conducting case studies to(More)
The middle latency response (MLR) using wide band-pass filters shows marked changes in amplitude, latency and configuration in sleep. The components with latencies greater than 20 ms show the greatest variability. There is a significant increase in Pa latency in stages 2 and stages 3/4, and in some cases a disappearance of the Nb component with the(More)