Healthcare is a large and growing industry that is experiencing major transformation in its information technology base. IS confronted similar transformations in other industries and developed theories and methods that should prove useful in healthcare applications. In turn, IS may benefit from incorporating knowledge from health informatics, a discipline that studies IT within medical and healthcare contexts. Despite the benefits, it is often a struggle for interdisciplinary researchers in IS and healthcare to publish their work, especially in journals directed toward IS audiences. In this paper, we outline strategies and resources to help ease this publication bottleneck. As a part of our discussion, we identify and categorize journal outlets for interdisciplinary research in IS and healthcare.
Wilson, E. Vance and Lankton, Nancy K. (2004) "Interdisciplinary Research and Publication Opportunites in Information Systems and Health Care," Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 14, Article 17. Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/vol14/iss1/17