- Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
- MBA, Xavier Labor Relations Institute, Jamshedpur, India
- B. Tech., National Institute of Technology, Surathkal, India
- application of IT for clinical, operational and financial improvements in health care
- IT, process innovations and organizational impacts
- analytics in health care, manufacturing and electronic commerce
- electronic procurement and supply chain management
- IT capabilities and strategy
- IT innovations and their implementation
Dr. Mishra received his Ph.D. in Information Systems from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. Before joining the Institute of Health Administration at the Robinson College of Business, he was on the faculty at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. He also holds a secondary appointment at the Department of Computer Information Systems at GSU.
Professor Mishra’s research has focused on examining deep and integrative use of information technologies in organizational processes and strategies, and the impact of such usage. He has also studied the use of IT among knowledge workers, such as physicians, and among recipients of public health benefits in Georgia. He has conceptualized and conducted several large-sample studies. He has collaborated with national professional organizations such as the Institute of Supply Management, American College of Physicians and American Medical Informatics Association. He also has been associated with and obtained funding from the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems at the University of Maryland at College Park and the Center for Research in Electronic Commerce at the University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Mishra’s research has helped policy makers in the state of Georgia in the redesign of their benefit eligibility system. His research has been referenced in Yahoo! Finance, CNBC, Insurance News Net, Healthcare Financial Management Association and others. One of his papers was listed on SSRN’s top 10 downloaded list for HEN: Doctors (Topic) in April 2013.
In their limited free time, Dr. Mishra and his wife enjoy outdoor activities, cooking, traveling, listening to jazz and classical music, and volunteering.
- Singh, R., L. Mathiassen, A. N. Mishra. Forthcoming. “Organizational path constitution in technological innovation: Evidence from rural telehealth.” MIS Quarterly.
- Yu, S., A. N. Mishra, A. Gopal, S. Slaughter, T. Mukhopadhyay. Forthcoming. “E-procurement infusion and operational process impacts in MRO procurement: Complementary or substitutive effects?” Production and Operations Management.
- Mishra, A. N., P. Ketsche, J. Marton, A. Snyder, S. McLaren. 2014. “Examining the potential of information technology to improve public insurance application processes: Enrollee assessments from a concurrent mixed method analysis.” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. (21:6) 1045-1052.
- Bhargava, H., A. N. Mishra. 2014. “Electronic medical records and physician productivity: Evidence from panel data analysis.” Management Science. (60:10) 2543-2562.
- Mishra, A. N., S. Devaraj, G. Vaidyanathan. 2013. “Capability hierarchy in electronic procurement and procurement process performance: An empirical analysis.” Journal of Operations Management. (31:6) 376-390.
- Devaraj, S., G. Vaidyanathan, A. N. Mishra. 2012. “Effect of purchase volume flexibility and purchase mix flexibility on e-procurement performance: An analysis of two perspectives.” Journal of Operations Management. (30:7-8) 509-520.
- Mishra, A. N., C. Anderson, C. M. Angst, R. Agarwal. 2012. “Electronic health records assimilation and physician identity evolution: An identity theory perspective.” Information Systems Research. (23:3, Part 1 of 2) 738-760.
- Mishra, A. N., R. Agarwal. 2010. “Technological frames, organizational capabilities, and IT use: An empirical investigation of electronic procurement.” Information Systems Research. (21:2) 249-270.
- Mishra, A. N., P. Konana, A. Barua. 2007. “Antecedents and consequences of Internet use in procurement: An empirical investigation of U.S. manufacturing firms.” Information Systems Research. (18:1) 103-120.