Research

My research interests are broadly focused within the topic area of analytics. While this is a broad area, my research specifically focuses on the application of both process and data analytics within healthcare, with a specific focus on situation claims as an evidenced based health outcome to improve the continuum of care. My dissertation adopts a design science paradigm to build out analytics for healthcare organizations.

Dissertation:

  • Building Affordance Driven Analytics: A Design Approach for Healthcare Claims Data

Conference Proceedings:

  • Bradberry, Caleb; Palvia, Prashant, 2013,‘The Effectiveness of Techniques in User compliance of IT Policy,’; Proceedings of the 2013 SEINFORMS 2013
  • Bradberry, Caleb; Palvia, Prashant, 2014, ‘Law Officers’ Usage of Social Media Artifacts as Evidence of Deviance: A Case Study,” Proceedings of the Global I.T. Management Association Conference
  • Bradberry, Caleb; Iyer, Lakshmi, 2014, ‘A Potential Bridge for the Disability Divide: Can Wearable Computing Benefit the Disabled?,’ Proceedings of the Global I.T. Management Association Conference
  • Bradberry, Caleb; Nemati, Hamid, 2014, Privacy Momentum: A New Contextually Dynamic Conceptualization of Privacy,’ Proceedings of the American Association for Information Systems Conference 2014
  • Bradberry, Caleb; Salam, A., ‘Communities of Sentiment around Man-Made Disasters: Lessons from the West Virginia Chemical Leak’, Proceedings of the American Association for Information Systems Conference 2014
  • Bradberry, Caleb. ‘Who Knew? A Process Perspective for Building Analytics from Electronic Health Records’, Proceedings of the Southern Association of Information Systems 2015

Research-in-Progress

  • Singh, Rahul; Bradberry, Caleb; Mirazi, Tala, ‘Openly Innovating with CMS Data: The Case of Jvion’, Submitted to MIS Quarterly Executive
  • Bradberry, Caleb; Iyer, Lakshmi, ‘Mobile Technology in Manufacturing: The Case of the IMPACT system’, Under review Journal of Strategic Information Systems
  • Bradberry, Caleb; Mirazi, Tala; Singh, Rahul, ‘Systematic Noise? Co-Developing Process Analytics for Evidence Based Interventions’