How do aspiration shortfalls interact with regulatory incentives and controls to drive innovation in U.S. Hospitals?

Jessica Pye, Arun Rai

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Abstract

Strategic choices about innovation are becoming increasingly relevant in the healthcare industry to meet the changing needs of the marketplace. We draw on the Behavioral Theory of the Firm and Institutional Theory to (1) identify the influence of aspiration shortfalls of Patient Quality and Cost of Care on IT-enabled Clinical Process Innovation and Services Innovation, and (2) identify how the nature of these relationships change based on regulation at the federal (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) and state (Certificate of Need programs) level. Our empirical study is situated in the U.S. healthcare industry. We draw on multiple sources of data, such as the American Hospital Association Annual Survey and IT Supplement as well as the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid, to construct a panel dataset of 3,500 hospitals from 2008-2013. We identify measures for our constructs and propose analysis methods to test our model and hypotheses.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016
PublisherAssociation for Information Systems
ISBN (Electronic)9780996683135
StatePublished - Jan 1 2016
Externally publishedYes
Event2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016 - Dublin, Ireland
Duration: Dec 11 2016Dec 14 2016

Other

Other2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016
CountryIreland
CityDublin
Period12/11/1612/14/16

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Industry
Recovery
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Keywords

  • Aspiration shortfall
  • Healthcare
  • Innovation
  • Regulation
  • Strategic choice

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Information Systems

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Pye, J., & Rai, A. (2016). How do aspiration shortfalls interact with regulatory incentives and controls to drive innovation in U.S. Hospitals? In 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016 Association for Information Systems.

How do aspiration shortfalls interact with regulatory incentives and controls to drive innovation in U.S. Hospitals? / Pye, Jessica; Rai, Arun.

2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016. Association for Information Systems, 2016.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Pye, J & Rai, A 2016, How do aspiration shortfalls interact with regulatory incentives and controls to drive innovation in U.S. Hospitals? in 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016. Association for Information Systems, 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016, Dublin, Ireland, 12/11/16.
Pye J, Rai A. How do aspiration shortfalls interact with regulatory incentives and controls to drive innovation in U.S. Hospitals? In 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016. Association for Information Systems. 2016
Pye, Jessica ; Rai, Arun. / How do aspiration shortfalls interact with regulatory incentives and controls to drive innovation in U.S. Hospitals?. 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016. Association for Information Systems, 2016.
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