Bengisu Tulu
Bengisu Tulu
Associate Professor of Information Technology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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A theory of organization-EHR affordance actualization
DM Strong, O Volkoff, SA Johnson, LR Pelletier, B Tulu, I Bar-On, J Trudel, ...
Journal of the association for information systems 15 (2), 2, 2014
Smartphone-based wound assessment system for patients with diabetes
L Wang, PC Pedersen, DM Strong, B Tulu, E Agu, R Ignotz
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 62 (2), 477-488, 2014
The smartphone as a medical device: Assessing enablers, benefits and challenges
E Agu, P Pedersen, D Strong, B Tulu, Q He, L Wang, Y Li
2013 IEEE International Workshop of Internet-of-Things Networking and …, 2013
A taxonomy of telemedicine efforts with respect to applications, infrastructure, delivery tools, type of setting and purpose
B Tulu, S Chatterjee, S Laxminarayan
Proceedings of the 38th annual hawaii international conference on system …, 2005
Telemedicine taxonomy: a classification tool
B Tulu, S Chatterjee, M Maheshwari
Telemedicine and e-Health 13 (3), 349-358, 2007
Instant messaging and presence technologies for college campuses
S Chatterjee, T Abhichandani, H Li, B TuIu, J Byun
Ieee Network 19 (3), 4-13, 2005
Area determination of diabetic foot ulcer images using a cascaded two-stage SVM-based classification
L Wang, PC Pedersen, E Agu, DM Strong, B Tulu
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 64 (9), 2098-2109, 2016
Use of online systems in clinical medical assessments: an analysis of physician acceptance of online disability evaluation systems
TA Horan, B Tulu, B Hilton, J Burton
37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004 …, 2004
The rise of a health-IT academic focus
EV Wilson, B Tulu
Communications of the ACM 53 (5), 147-150, 2010
Internet-based telemedicine: An empirical investigation of objective and subjective video quality
B Tulu, S Chatterjee
Decision Support Systems 45 (4), 681-696, 2008
The continued use of mobile health apps: insights from a longitudinal study
I Vaghefi, B Tulu
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (8), e12983, 2019
SIP-based enterprise converged networks for voice/video-over-IP: implementation and evaluation of components
S Chatterjee, B Tulu, T Abhichandani, H Li
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 23 (10), 1921-1933, 2005
Patient portals: an underused resource for improving patient engagement
B Tulu, J Trudel, DM Strong, SA Johnson, D Sundaresan, L Garber
Chest 149 (1), 272-277, 2016
Information systems and health care xiv: Continuing use of medical information systems by medical professionals: Empirical evaluation of a work system model
B Tulu, R Burkhard, TA Horan
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 18 (1), 31, 2006
An analysis of patient-provider secure messaging at two Veterans Health Administration medical centers: message content and resolution through secure messaging
SL Shimada, BA Petrakis, JA Rothendler, M Zirkle, S Zhao, H Feng, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 24 (5), 942-949, 2017
The business of telemedicine: strategy primer
C LeRouge, B Tulu, P Forducey
Telemedicine and e-Health 16 (8), 898-909, 2010
Understanding physician use of online systems: An empirical assessment of an electronic disability evaluation system
TA Horan, B Tulu, BN Hilton
E-health systems diffusion and use: The innovation, the user and the USE IT …, 2006
Information systems and health care X: A user-driven approach to personal health records
DB Lafky, B Tulu, TA Horan
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 17 (1), 46, 2006
An automatic assessment system of diabetic foot ulcers based on wound area determination, color segmentation, and healing score evaluation
L Wang, PC Pedersen, DM Strong, B Tulu, E Agu, R Ignotz, Q He
Journal of diabetes science and technology 10 (2), 421-428, 2016
The electronic disability record: purpose, parameters, and model use case
B Tulu, TA Horan
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 16 (1), 7-13, 2009
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