Wencui Han

Wencui Han

Assistant Professor of Business Administration

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363 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-265-4966

wenhan@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Management Science & Systems, University at Buffalo, 2015
  • M.S., Management Science & Engineering, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, 2009
  • M.S., Technology Management, Polytechnic Institute of New York University, 2009

Positions Held

  • Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2015 to present

Recent Publications

  • Ada, S., Sharman, R., Han, W., & Brennan, J. (2016). Factors Impacting the Intention to Use Emergency Notification Services in Campus Emergencies: An Empirical Investigation. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 59 (2), 89-109.
  • Han, W., Sharman, R., Heider, A., Maloney, N., Yang, M., & Singh, R. (2016). Impact of electronic diabetes registry 'Meaningful Use' on quality of care and hospital utilization. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 23 (2), 242-7.
  • Han, W., Ada, S., Sharman, R., & Rao, H. (2015). Campus Emergency Notification Systems: an Examination of Factors Affecting Compliance with Alerts. MIS Quarterly, 39 (4), 909-929.

Other Publications

Article

  • Han, W., Ada, S., Sharman, R., Gray, R., & Simha, A. (2015). Factors impacting the adoption of social network sites for emergency notification purposes in universities. International Journal of Business Information Systems, 18 (1), 85-106.

Conference Proceeding

  • Yang, Y., Han, W., & Shaw, M. Forthcoming. A Framework for Disruptive Innovation Diffusion Research. 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS.
  • Garcia, R., Han, W., & Adelakun, Y. (2017). Defining Dimensions of Patient Satisfaction with Telemedicine: An Analysis of Existing Measurement Instruments. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  • Han, W., Venkatesan, S., Smith, S., & Sharman, R. (2016). Quality of Information in Health Network: Seeking Advice from Similar Patients Workshop on Information Technology and Systems (WITS.
  • Mohamed, A., Han, W., & Sharman, R. (2016). Impact of Message Framing on Compliance with Message sent via Emergency Notification Systems: Application for Extreme Events Workshop on Information Technology and Systems (WITS.
  • Han, W., Sharman, R., & Rao, H. (2015). Understanding Subscription Switching Behavior in the Context of Campus Emergency Notification Services: An Extended Privacy Calculus Model. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Venkatesan, S., Han, W., Sharman, R., & Singh, R. (2015). Quality of patient-patient interactions in online health communities: Is what you see indeed what you get? Workshop on e-Business.
  • Venkatesan, S., Han, W., & Sharman, R. (2014). A Response Quality Model for Online Health Communities. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, W., Mulgund, P., Sharman, R., Singh, R., & Singh, G. (2014). Self Health Management Mobile Application for Diabetic Patients and the Impact on Treatment Adherence. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, W., Sharman, R., Singh, R., Singh, G., Heider, A., & Maloney, N. (2014). Impact of Electronic Diabetes Registry Use on Care and Outcomes in Primary Care. American Conference on Information Systems.
  • Kisekka, V., Han, W., & Sharman, R. (2014). Utilizing the Uses and Gratification Theory to Understand Patients Use of Online Support Groups. American Conference on Information Systems.
  • Mulgund, P., Han, W., Jayaprakash, A., Parab, H., Jayaraman, J., Jiwane, K., Upadhya, A., Singh, G., & Singh, R. (2013). Medication Adherence Reminding, Motivation and Monitoring System. Workshop on Information Technology and Systems.
  • Venkatesan, S., Han, W., Kisekka, V., & Sharman, R. (2013). Misinformation in Online Health Communities. Workshop on Information Security and Privacy.
  • Han, W., Valecha, R., & Sharman, R. (2013). Impact of Security and Privacy Concerns among Medicare Patients on Sharing Health Information Online. Annual Symposium on Information Assurance.
  • Mulgund, P., Han, W., Jayaprakash, A., Parab, H., Jayaraman, J., Jiwane, K., Upadhya, A., Singh, G., & Singh, R. (2013). Personalized medication adherence motivating and reminding system. International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology.
  • Srivastava, S., Han, W., & Sharman, R. (2012). Managing Campus Shooting Incidents through Emergency Notification Systems: An Insight Into the Issue of Student Compliance. The Mid-West Association for Information Systems.
  • Han, W., Ada, S., Sharman, R., Rao, H., & Brennan, J. (2011). Critical Factors Affecting Compliance to Campus Alerts. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, W., Ada, S., Sharman, R., Rao, H., & Brennan, J. (2011). Critical Success Factors to Improve Compliance with Campus Emergency Notifications. American Conference on Information Systems.

Working Paper

  • Mohamed, A., Han, W., & Sharman, R. (2017). Impact of message framing on compliance with messages sent via emergency notification systems.
  • Venkatesan, S., Han, W., Sharman, R., Chadha, A., Shastri, H., & Singh, R. (2017). Assessing Information Quality in Online Health Social Networks-An Exploratory Investigation of Diabetes-Related Threads.
  • Venkatesan, S., Han, W., Smith, S., & Sharman, R. (2017). Seeking Advice from Similar Patients: The Role of Cohesive Subgroups and Discourse Dynamics towards Quality of Response.

Current Courses

  • Business Intelligence (BADM 453) This advanced course examines recent developments in information technology for managerial decision support with an emphasis on Internet-based and mobile information technologies. Real-world cases will be used to discuss the application of these technologies to management information systems. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit.
  • Decision Support Systems (BADM 453) This advanced course examines recent developments in information technology for managerial decision support with an emphasis on Internet-based and mobile information technologies. Real-world cases will be used to discuss the application of these technologies to management information systems. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit.
  • Dec Support and Knowledge Mgt (BADM 557) This graduate level course examines emerging information technologies, in particular based on the Internet and mobile applications, to support management decisions. This course combines the technical, business and managerial aspects of developing advanced electronic business systems. Credit is not given for both BADM 557 and BADM 453.
  • Proseminar in Informat Systems (BADM 591) Lectures in topics of current interest not covered by regular course offerings. Subjects are announced in the Class Schedule. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated in the same term and/or separate terms as topics vary; unlimited credit hours for graduate and professional students.

Contact

363 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-265-4966

wenhan@illinois.edu

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