Information Systems Journals

Titles starting with "H"

Journals are listed alphabetically by title, disregarding 'The', 'Journal of', 'The Journal of', 'The International Journal of' or 'The Electronic Journal of'.


Harvard Business Review (HBR) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-17]
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The Harvard Business Review has one goal: to be the source of the best new ideas for people creating, leading, and transforming business. HBR's articles cover a wide range of topics that are relevant to different industries, sectors, management functions, and geographic locations. They focus on such areas as strategy, leadership, teams, entrepreneurship, marketing, manufacturing, career management, and the war for talent. While the topics may vary, all HBR articles share certain characteristics. They are written for senior executives by experts whose authority comes from careful analysis, study, and experience. In addition, the ideas presented in these articles have been tested in the real world of business and can be translated into action.


Health Care and Informatics Review Online (HCIRO) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-10]
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Health Care and Informatics Review Online (HCIRO) is dedicated to reviewing and interpreting significant developments in healthcare delivery with a particular focus on health informatics. The Journal is the only New Zealand based journal focusing on health information technology issues and has been publishing since 1996. Since that time HCIRO has published four editions per year, and is growing in both quality and quantity of material published. The journal has a wide local and international readership, and is gaining credibility in business and academic circles as the authoritative voice for New Zealand


electronic Journal of Health Informatics (eJHI) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-11]
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The electronic Journal of Health Informatics (eJHI) is an international journal committed to scholarly excellence and dedicated to the advancement of health informatics and information technology in healthcare. It is a journal for all health professions and informaticians of all levels. eJHI aims to publish original, high quality papers related to health informatics and health informatics technology in a timely fashion. It aims to provide health care workers with a readily accessible, electronic vehicle for sharing information about research, knowledge, experiences, perceptions and wisdom with colleagues involved in all facets of health informatics and health information technology.


Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries (JHIDC) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
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This journal publishes submissions on health informatics that relate to developing countries. The submissions can be either articles, letters, or webcasts/podcasts. The objective of this journal is to share and promote academic knowledge in the field. One of its aims is also to encourage writers from developing countries to contribute their writings.


Health Informatics Journal (HIJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-04]
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Information and communication technology are integral to all areas of health care, from organisational management to the delivery of patient care and health promotion. In this fast-moving arena, Health Informatics Journal provides an international forum for the exchange of practice, innovation and research. Representing the interdisciplinary nature of health informatics, the journal publishes peer reviewed contributions from the fields of informatics and telematics, the health professions, computer science, engineering and management. The Editor is keen to discuss papers on any subject relevant to healthcare informatics, but especially welcomes contributions on e-health, electronic patient records, e-learning in healthcare, web-based information services; support for clinical decision-making, knowledge management, quality control, evidence-based practice, modeling of healthcare service usage; healthcare applications of mobile and pervasive technologies, assistive technology; evaluation and use of healthcare IT, design and development methodologies for healthcare IT, security and confidentiality; future developments in technologies and applications.


Health Policy and Technology (HPT) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-22]
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Health Policy and Technology (HPT), is a cross-disciplinary journal, which will focus on past, present and future health policy and the role of technology in clinical and non-clinical national and international health environments. HPT provides a further excellent way to make important national and international contributions to development of policy and practice within medicine and related disciplines. The aim of HPT is to publish relevant, timely and accessible articles and commentaries to support policy-makers, health professionals, health technology providers, patient groups and academia interested in health policy and technology. Topics covered by HPT will include:
  • Health technology, including drug discovery, diagnostics, medicines, devices, therapeutic delivery and eHealth systems
  • Cross-national comparisons on health policy using evidence-based approaches
  • National studies on health policy to determine the outcomes of technology-driven initiatives
  • Cross-border eHealth including health tourism
  • The digital divide in mobility, access and affordability of healthcare
  • Health technology assessment (HTA) methods and tools for evaluating the effectiveness of clinical and non-clinical health technologies
  • Health and eHealth indicators and benchmarks (measure/metrics) for understanding the adoption and diffusion of health technologies
  • Health and eHealth models and frameworks to support policy-makers and other stakeholders in decision-making
  • Stakeholder engagement with health technologies (clinical and patient/citizen buy-in)
  • Regulation and health economics


International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-08-09]
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The International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI) ceased in 2011.


Journal of Healthcare Information Management (JHIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
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Journal of Healthcare Information Management is the only journal specifically for healthcare information and management systems professionals. Each issue examines the implications of a specific topic (such as Scheduling, Community Health Information Networks, TQM) in the areas of clinical systems, information systems, management engineering, and telecommunications in healthcare organizations.


International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics (IJHISI) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-11]
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Driven by advancing technologies and their clinical applications, the emerging field of health information systems and informatics is still searching for coherent directing frameworks to advance health care and clinical practices and research. Conducting research in these areas is both promising and challenging due to a host of factors, including rapidly evolving technologies and their application complexity. At the same time, organizational issues, including technology adoption, diffusion and acceptance as well as cost benefits and cost effectiveness of advancing health information systems and informatics applications as innovative forms of investment in healthcare are gaining attention as well. The IJHISI is a new journal to address some of these concepts and critical issues.


International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management (IJHTM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-19]
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The aims of the IJHTM are:

  • to establish channels of communication and disseminate knowledge between policy-makers, professionals and providers working in the healthcare and related industries; and
  • to further the knowledge, research, theory and practice in the fields of management, economics and the management of technology in healthcare.

IJHTM publishes original papers, theory-based empirical papers, review papers, case studies, conference reports, technology reports, book reviews and commentaries. Subject Coverage:

  • Healthcare economics and management on the macro and micro levels
  • Healthcare technology management and technology assessment
  • Medical technology management
  • Strategic management and organization of healthcare and healthcare technology (HC/HCT)
  • Human resource management and HC/HCT
  • Organisation behaviour and organisation theory in HC/HCT
  • R&D management and HC/HCT
  • Entrepreneurial management and HC/HCT
  • Innovation and new product development and HC/HCT
  • Operations management and HC/HCT
  • Quality management (clinical and administrative), benchmarking and TQM in HC/HCT
  • Marketing and HC/HCT
  • Information and telecommunication technology in healthcare
  • Economics and financial management of HC/HCT
  • Relationship between health and healthcare
  • Interface between health and social care
  • Government policies and HC/HCT management
  • HC/HCT management and the link between providers and insurers
  • Globalisation, technology transfer and licensing
  • E-commerce in healthcare
  • Healthcare supply chain management


Hellenic Open University Journal of Informatics (HOUJI) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-04-09]
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The Hellenic Open University Journal of Informatics (HOUJOI) was not accessible in 2013.


High Technology Law Journal (HTLJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-05-29]
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Renamed Berkeley Technology Law Journal


Journal of High Technology Management Research (JHTMR) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-03]
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The Journal of High Technology Management Research promotes interdisciplinary research regarding the special problems and opportunities related to the management of emerging technologies. It advances the theoretical base of knowledge available to both academicians and practitioners in studying the management of technological products, services, and companies. The Journal is intended as an outlet for individuals conducting research on high technology management at both a micro and macro level of analysis.


Journal of High-Performance Teams (JHPT) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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See Team Performance Management


Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology (JHTT) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-22]
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The Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology is the only journal dedicated solely for research in technology and e-business in tourism and hospitality. It is a bridge between academia and industry through the intellectual exchange of ideas, trends and paradigmatic changes in the fields of hospitality, IT and e-business. It covers:

  • E-Marketplaces, electronic distribution channels, or e-Intermediaries
  • Internet or e-commerce business models
  • Self service technologies
  • E-Procurement
  • Social dynamics of e-communication
  • Relationship Development and Retention
  • E-governance
  • Security of transactions
  • Mobile/Wireless technologies in commerce
  • IT control and preparation for disaster
  • Virtual reality applications
  • Word of Mouth
  • Cross-Cultural differences in IT use
  • GPS and Location-based services
  • Biometric applications
  • Business intelligence visualization
  • Radio Frequency Identification applications
  • Service-Oriented Architecture of business systems
  • Technology in New Product Development


Human IT (HIT) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-18]
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Human IT is a multi-disciplinary and scholarly journal with the goal of bringing forth new research and discussion about digital media as communicative, aesthetic, and ludic instruments. The journal is closely aligned with the new field of research which is alternatively referred to as humanities computing, social informatics, or informatica umanistica. We welcome contributions from the humanities, the social, behavioural, and natural sciences, as well as technology. Human IT aspires to be a forum for new research which risks falling outside of the borders of intra-disciplinary channels of publication as a result of its multi-disciplinary approach or unorthodox choice of subject. A consequence of this interdisciplinary ambition is that Human IT is published jointly by the departments of the University College of Borås. It also works with an extended editorial board which includes representatives from many different scholarly disciplines, practices, and countries. Human IT contains both a refereed section and an open section. For both sections, we accept scholarly texts of different types and on different levels, including empirically founded research reports and theoretical discussions, presentations of completed or planned research projects and studies as well as scholarly essays and longer literature reviews. One or two issues per volume are devoted to a special theme which accords with the overall topics of the journal, for instance, Language and IT, Computerization and Narrative Fiction, E-democracy, or Artificial intelligence. Our target group is primarily found within academia, both within and outside of the Nordic countries, but Human IT also wishes to reach a broader circle of readers who have an interest in an advanced and reflective discussion on new media and the conditions for humans in the network society.


Human Systems Management (HSM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-03]
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Human Systems Management (HSM) is an international journal addressing the need to understand and shape the organizational and managerial impact of high technology. The journal proceeds by seeking to promote an interface of two inseparable and complementary aspects of managing: Management of human systems: the science and technology of management, striving for productivity, efficient performance and technical competence through effective organization; Human management of systems: the art of management, linking humans into productive teams and catalyzing their creative potential through enterprise, leadership, innovation and participation. The gap between the new ideas employed by world-class international management and what is being discussed in traditional business journals is often large. The latter often contain discussions which practice already refuted. This is also reflected in inadequate curriculae in business schools. To reverse this trend, HSM attempts to provide the research, theory and education commensurate to the needs to today's world-class management. In other words, the journal aims to study methods which actually are bringing success in business.


Human Technology: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments (HT) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-08]
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Human Technology presents innovative, peer-reviewed articles that explore the issues and challenges surrounding the human role in all areas of our ICT-infused societies. The journal seeks to draw research from multiple scientific disciplines with an eye toward how applied technology can affect human existence or how it can, for instance, foster personal development and enhance research and development in industry, education, communication and other fields. Human Technology's dynamic and forward-looking articles are intended for use in both the scientific community and industry and the journal does not set any limits regarding the specialization of its authors. The journal welcomes also difficult or controversial topics, and is interested in publishing non-paradigmatic and non-traditional ideas that meet the criteria for good scientific work.


International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (IJHCI) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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The International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction addresses the cognitive, social, health, and ergonomic aspects of work with computers. It also emphasizes both the human and computer science aspects of the effective design and use of computer interactive systems. The journal presents original research both in the general aspects of interface design and in the special application of interface design in a variety of diversified leisure and work activities.


Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
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An interdisciplinary journal reporting on and helping to define the issues that challenge researchers in a rapidly growing field, Human-Computer Interaction publishes theoretical, empirical, and methodological articles on user psychology and computer system design as it affects the user. Combining research in cognitive science, computer science, and psychology, this journal profiles new advances in the field and points out directions for future research. Seeking to foster a scientific understanding of the behavior of computer users--programmers and nonprogrammers, experts and novices--with an emphasis on the cognitive aspects, the journal focuses beyond the individual users to explore the social and organizational contexts of user communities.


Advances in Human-Computer Interaction (AHCI) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-19]
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Advances in Human-Computer Interaction is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes theoretical and applied papers covering the broad spectrum of interactive systems. The journal is inherently interdisciplinary, publishing original research in the fields of computing, engineering, artificial intelligence, psychology, linguistics, and social and system organization, as applied to the design, implementation, application, analysis, and evaluation of interactive systems.


International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-19]
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The International Journal of Human-Computer Studies publishes original research over the whole spectrum of work relevant to the theory and practice of innovative interactive systems. The journal is inherently interdisciplinary, covering research in computing, artificial intelligence, psychology, linguistics, communication, design, engineering, and social organization, which is relevant to the design, analysis, evaluation and application of innovative interactive systems. Papers at the boundaries of these disciplines are especially welcome, as it is our view that interdisciplinary approaches are needed for producing theoretical insights in this complex area and for effective deployment of innovative technologies in concrete user communities. Research areas relevant to the journal include:

  • Innovative interaction techniques
  • Multimodal interaction
  • Speech interaction
  • Graphic interaction
  • Natural language interaction
  • Interaction in mobile and embedded systems
  • Interface design and evaluation methodologies
  • Design and evaluation of innovative interactive systems
  • User interface prototyping and management systems
  • Ubiquitous computing
  • Wearable computers
  • Pervasive computing
  • Affective computing
  • Empirical studies of user behaviour
  • Empirical studies of programming and software engineering
  • Computer supported cooperative work
  • Computer mediated communication
  • Human-Computer Interaction in organisations and society
  • Virtual reality
  • Mixed and augmented Reality
  • Intelligent user interfaces
  • Presence
  • Intelligent tutoring, coaching and debugging systems
  • Interactive decision support systems
  • Agent-based computing, agent models, co-ordination and communication
  • Human language technologies and machine learning in interactive systems
  • Knowledge acquisition, discovery, modelling and management
  • Peer to peer communication between intelligent systems
  • Ontologies, knowledge technologies, semantic web systems
  • Human-Computer Interaction theory


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