Center for Health Information Technology
The Department of Computer Information Systems and the Institute of Health Administration in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, along with the Georgia Health Policy Center in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies have partnered to create the Center for Health Information Technology. The center will build upon the existing strengths of the nationally ranked Computer Information Systems and Health Administration programs – and their new Health Informatics specialization at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels – and the extensively funded research of the Georgia Health Policy Center by advancing research, improving education and building partnerships around HIT.
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Center for Research in Information Systems
The Center for Research in Information Systems (CRIS), housed in the CIS Department, has as its mission to partner with the IT business community. It is dedicated to undertaking research that aids in our understanding of the increasingly central and critical role that information systems play in organizations, and explores ways to use them more effectively.
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Korean-American Business Center
The Korean-American Business Center is a boundary-spanning organization between the CIS Department and the Korean business community in the United States and Korea. In addition to providing opportunities to the business communities in Korea and Georgia, KABC provides leadership, assistance and opportunity for Korean and American groups seeking knowledge about United States and Korean business practices.
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