Associate Professor of Sociology
Research Director, Institute for Security, Technology, and Society
Adjunct, Community and Family Medicine
Hinman Box: HB 6104
- B.A. Indiana University of Pennsylvania; M.A. University of Connecticut; Ph.D. University of Connecticut
Areas of Expertise
- Collective action and trust; economic sociology; the sociology of health care; trust and technology
- Appari, Ajit, M. Eric Johnson, and Denise L. Anthony. 2012. “Meaningful Use of EHR Systems and Process Quality of Care: Evidence from a Panel Data Analysis of US Acute-Care Hospitals.” Health Services Research . DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-6773.2012.01448.x
- Appari, Ajit, Emily K Carian, M Eric Johnson, Denise L Anthony. 2011. “Medication administration quality and health information technology: a national study of US hospitals.” Journal of American Medical Informatics Association . 19 (3): 360-367. doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2011-000289
- Anthony, DL, SW Smith, T Williamson. 2009.Reputation and Reliability in Collective Goods: The case of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. Rationality & Society 21(3): 283-306.
- Anthony DL, Herndon MB, Gallagher PM, Barnato AE, Gottlieb D, Bynum JPW, Fisher ES, Skinner JS. 2009.How much do patient preferences contribute to resource utilization? Health Affairs 28(3): 864-71.
- Fowler, FJ, PM Gallagher, DL Anthony, K Larsen, JS Skinner. 2008.The Relationship between Regional per Capita Medicare Expenditures and Patient Perceptions of Quality of Care. Journal of American Medical Association 299(20):2406-2412
- Anthony, Denise, David Kotz, Tristan Henderson. 2007.Privacy in Location Aware Computing Environments. IEEE Pervasive Computing 6(4): 64-72.
- Anthony, Denise. 2005. “Cooperation in Micro-Credit Borrowing Groups: Identity, Sanctions and Reciprocity in the Production of Collective Goods,” American Sociological Review 70:496-515.
- Privacy perceptions and implications of Health Information Technologies;
- Trustworthy Information Systems in Healthcare (TISH) (NSF-CNS-0910842);
- Strategic Healthcare Information Technology Advanced Research Projects on Security (SHARPS): Exploring the policy arena;
- Privacy in Context: Understanding user privacy behavior (I3P)