Dr Patrick Pang is an experienced educator and researcher at the School of Computing and Information Systems in the Melbourne School of Engineering of the University of Melbourne. He received his PhD from the University of Melbourne. He is also a certified health informatician in Australia. His research interests include digital health policies and implementations, e-government, smart city, social media and data-driven policies. Some of his recent research projects include studying the regulations and design of the national electronic health records in Australia, and investigating the IT adoption in the social care sector. In addition to classic qualitative and quantitative methodologies, he is interested in applying machine learning techniques and big data analytics to discover insights from research data. His work is recognised locally and internationally in prestigious journals and conferences such as Journal of Medical Internet Research (the most-cited digital health journal; recommended by AIS SIG Health), Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (with one best paper nomination) and Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Recent News and Activities
2020. Intention of Use of the Patient-centric Research Engagement Portal (PREP). Proceedings of the 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2020), 146, pp. 1-14, AIS. PDF
2020. Why Do Consumers Review Doctors Online? Topic Modeling Analysis of Positive and Negative Reviews on an Online Health Community in China. Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2020), pp. 705-714, Maui, HI, 7-10 Jan 2020, University of Hawaii. doi:10.24251/HICSS.2020.087 PDF Open Access