- Ph.D., information systems, Arizona State University
- MBA, Regis University
- B.S., computer science, Colorado Mesa University
- health IT adoption, assimilation, and outcomes
- consumer and patient-oriented ISs
- digital behavior change interventions (DBCIs)
- intellectual structures of Health IT research
Dr. Baird was hired into the Institute of Health Administration as part of the 2nd Century Initiative (2CI) Health IT Cluster, which sought to hire individuals focused on interdisciplinary health IT research. His research primarily focuses on health IT adoption, assimilation, and associated outcomes. He is particularly interested in adoption, assimilation, and use of EHRs, patient-facing ISs, telehealth, and online health communities.
He won the Early Career Award from the Association for Information Systems (AIS) in December 2017. He was also part of the team from the Institute of Health Administration that won the CAHME/Cerner Award for Excellence in Healthcare Management Systems Education in 2017, watch here.
He has collaborated with a variety health systems and agencies including Pruitt Health, Grady Health System, Mayo Clinic, and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. Dr. Baird has served as a board member for Arizona HIMSS, Georgia HIMSS, and is currently a Research Associate for the Center for Health IT (CHIT), the Center for Process Innovation (CEPRIN), and the Social Media Intelligence Lab (SMIL).
Chen, L., Baird, A., and Rai, A. “Mobile Health (mHealth) Channel Preference: An Integrated Perspective of Approach-Avoidance Beliefs and Regulatory Focus.” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Forthcoming.
Chen, L., Baird, A., and Straub, D. “An Analysis of the Evolving Intellectual Structure of Health Information Technology Research: An Information Systems (IS) Perspective.” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Forthcoming.
Chen, L., Baird, A., and Straub, D. “Fostering Participant Health Knowledge and Attitudes: An Econometric Study of a Chronic Disease-Focused Online Health Community.” Journal of Management Information Systems, 2019 (36:1), 194-229.
Baird, A., Angst, C., and Oborn, E., “Health Information Technology,” in MIS Quarterly Research Curations, Ashley Bush and Arun Rai, Eds., http://misq.org/research-curations, June 20, 2018.
Singh, R., Baird, A., and Mathiassen, L. “Collaboration Risk Management in IT-Enabled Asymmetric Partnerships: Evidence from Telestroke Networks.” Information & Organization, 2018 (28:4), 170-191.
Davidson, L., Baird, A., and Prince, K. “Opening the Envelope of Health Care Information Systems Research,” Information & Organization, 2018 (28:3), 140-151.
Baird, A., Davidson, L., and Mathiassen, L. (2017). “Reflective Technology Assimilation: Facilitating Electronic Health Record Assimilation in Small Physician Practices,” Journal of Management Information Systems, (34:3), 664-694.
Baird, A., Miller, C., T. S. Raghu, and Sinha, R. K. “Product line extension in consumer software markets in the presence of free alternatives,” Information Systems Research, 2016 (27:2), 282-031.