Ethical, legal, social, and organizational issues involving information technologies in health care, including electronic health and medical records, privacy, telemedicine and apps, and changing roles of patients and clinicians. Ethnographic sociotechnical evaluation of health information technologies.
Bonnie Kaplan, PhD, FACMI, of the Yale Center for Medical Informatics, is a Yale Interdisciplinary Bioethics Center Scholar, a Faculty Affiliate Fellow of the Yale Law School’s Information Society Project, Faculty in the Yale Medical School’s Program for Biomedical Ethics and also the Center for Biomedical Data Science, and Faculty Affiliate of the Yale Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy. A book editor, author of more than 110 refereed and invited papers and book chapters, and presenter of popular tutorials and sessions at international medical informatics and information systems conferences, her research and consulting concern informatics ethical, legal, and social issues; user perspectives and experiences with health information technology; and ethnographic sociotechnical evaluation. Among her publications in key journals, such as JAMIA, International Journal of Medical Informatics, MISQ, and Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, are some of the most read papers, editor’s choice, and foundational writings on organizational issues, qualitative/ethnographic sociotechnical approaches, and ethical issues. Among her most recent and forthcoming publications are papers on ethical, legal, and social issues in mobile health and mental health, telemedicine, personalized medicine, health data privacy, and health information technology software, and also sociotechnical theory and health information technology failure.
Anthropology, Cultural; Bioethics; Ethics; History; Hospital Information Systems; Humanities; Information Science; Information Systems; Medical Informatics; Medical Informatics Applications; Social Sciences; Sociology; Systems Analysis; Bioethical Issues; Ethical Analysis; Ethical Review; Public Health Informatics; Nursing Informatics; Workflow; Policy; Phenomena and Processes; Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena; Technology, Industry, Agriculture; Health Care