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Indranil (Indy) Bardhan

Indranil (Indy) Bardhan
indranil.bardhan@mccombs.utexas.edu
CBA 5.210 (512) 232-2501
CBA
Additional Titles:
Foster Parker Centennial Professor in Information Technology

Biography

Indranil Bardhan is Foster Parker Centennial Professor of Management in the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the INFORMS Information Systems Society. His research focuses on healthcare analytics and informatics, and economic impacts of information technology, and involves close collaboration with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and the UT Dell Medical School. His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation and the UT Health system. He has won six best paper or runner-up awards and currently serves as Senior Editor at MIS Quarterly, Associate Editor at Management Science, and is co-editor of a special issue of MIS Quarterly on “The Role of Information Systems and Analytics in Chronic Disease Management.” Dr. Bardhan teaches in the MBA and MS programs at the McCombs School of Business and the UT Health Dell Medical School, and has previously taught in the MBA, MS and Executive MBA programs at UT Dallas.

Publications

Indranil R. Bardhan, H. Chen, and E. Karahanna. 2020. Connecting People, Systems, and Data: A Multiple-disciplinary Research Roadmap for Chronic Disease Management. MIS Quarterly, forthcoming.
Indranil R. Bardhan, Chenzhang Bao, Harpreet Singh, Bruce Meyer, and Kirk Kirksey. Patient-provider Engagement and its Impact on Health Outcomes: A Longitudinal Study of Patient Portal Us. MIS Quarterly, forthcoming.
Danish H. Saifee, Indranil R. Bardhan, Atanu Lahiri, and Zhiqiang Zheng. 2019. Adherence to Clinical Guidelines, Electronic Health Record Use, and Online Reviews. Journal of Management of Information Systems 36(4), 1071-1104.
Jeong-ha Oh, Z. Zheng, and Indranil R. Bardhan. 2018. Sooner or Later? Health Information Technology, Length of Stay, and Readmission Risk. Production and Operations Management 27(11), 2038-2053.
S. Ayabakan, Indranil R. Bardhan, and Z. Zheng. 2017. A Data Envelopment Analysis Approach to Estimate IT-Enabled Production Capability. MIS Quarterly 41(1), 189-205.
C. Bao and Indranil R. Bardhan. 2017. Antecedents of Patient Health Outcomes in Dialysis Clinics: A National Study. Journal of Centrum Cathedra: Business and Economics 10(1).
D. Saifee and Indranil R. Bardhan. 2017. Healthcare Outcomes, Information Technology, and Medicare Reimbursements: A Hospital-level Analyses. International Journal of Electronic Healthcare 9(2), 129-156.
Hsinchun Chen, Daniel Seng, Elena Karahanna, and Indranil R. Bardhan. 2017. Smart Health. Hong Kong, China: Springer, Proeedings of ICSH.
S. Ayabakan, Indranil R. Bardhan, K. Kirksey, and Z. Zheng. 2017. The Impact of Health Information Sharing on Duplicate Testing. MIS Quarterly 41(4), 1083-1104.
Indranil R. Bardhan, J-h Oh, K. Kirksey, and Z. Zheng. 2015. A Predictive Model for Readmissions of Patients with Congestive Heart Failure: A Multi-hospital Study. Information Systems Research 26(1), 19-39.
Indranil R. Bardhan, S. Lin, and Shu-Ling Wu. 2015. The Quality of Internal Control over Financial Reporting in Family Firms. Accounting Horizons 29(1), 41-60.
Indranil R. Bardhan, V. Krishnan, and S. Lin. 2013. Business Value of Information Technology: Testing the Interaction Effect of IT and R&D on Tobin’s Q. Information Systems Research 24(4), 1147-1161.
Indranil R. Bardhan and Mark F. Thouin. 2013. Health Information Technology and its Impact on the Quality and Cost of Healthcare Delivery. Decision Support Systems 55(2), 438-449.
S. Mithas, A. Tafti, Indranil R. Bardhan, and J. M. Goh. 2013. Information Technology and Firm Profitability: Mechanisms and Empirical Evidence. MIS Quarterly 36(1), 205-224.
Indranil R. Bardhan, V. Krishnan, and S. Lin. 2013. Team Dispersion, Information Technology, and Project Performance. Production and Operations Management 22(6), 1478-1493.
Indranil R. Bardhan, S. Mithas, A. Tafti, and J. M. Goh. 2012. The Benefits of IT Investments: How CEOs Should Allocate their Discretionary Spending. MIT Sloan Management Review 53(3).
Shu Lin, Mina Pizzini, Mark Vargus, and Indranil R. Bardhan. 2011. The Role of the Internal Audit Function in the Disclosure of Material Weakness Disclosures. The Accounting Review 86(1), 287-323.
Indranil R. Bardhan, Haluk Demirkan, P. K. Kannan, Robert J. Kauffman, and Ryan Sougstad. 2010. An Interdisciplinary Perspective on IT Services Management and Service Science. Journal of Management Information Systems 26(4), 13-64.
Indranil R. Bardhan, R. Kauffman, and S. Naranpanawe. 2010. Information Technology Project Portfolio Optimization: A Risk Management Appraoch to Software Development Governance. IBM Journal of Research and Development 54(2).
Indranil R. Bardhan, Robert J. Kauffman, P.K. Kannan, and Haluk Demirkan. 2010. Introduction to the Special Section: Service Science in Electronic Commerce. International Journal of Electronic Commerce 4(3), 5-10.
Rajiv D. Banker, Indranil R. Bardhan, and Tai-Yuan Chen. 2008. The Role of Manufacturing Practices in Mediating the Impact of Activity-based Costing on Plant Performance. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(1), 1-19.

Professional Awards

Best Paper Award (Senior Scholar category), SIG on IT in Healthcare of the Association for Information Systems2019
Distinguished Fellow, INFORMS Information Systems Society2019
Best Student Paper Award coauthored with PhD student, 8th Conference on Health IT & Analytics. Washington DC2017
Best Paper Award, International Conference for Smart Health, Hong Kong2017
Runner-up Award for Best Paper of 2015, Information Systems Research, Nashville2016
Runner-up Award for Best Conference Paper, 35th International Conference on Information Systems, Auckland2014
Winner, Research Paper of the Year, CIONET: Assoc. of European CIOs and IT Leaders2013