Clinical Assistant Professor, Biomedical and Health Information Sciences
1919 W. Taylor St., 263 AHSB
Dr. Jacob Krive maintains industry and academic affiliations focused on biomedical informatics, healthcare data sciences, and cognitive engineering. His research passions span such areas as clinical decision support systems, cloud computing for medical research, patient data management, predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, medical ontologies, economics of health informatics, healthcare project management innovation, master patient data management, and biomedical informatics curriculum design. In addition to his academic work, Dr. Krive is a consultant, software development lead, clinical business analyst, and data scientist with IBM Watson Health. Dr. Krive received his BS, MS, and MBA degrees from University of Maryland University College, and PhD from Nova Southeastern University. He also holds CPHIMS and Lean Six Sigma professional certifications. Dr. Krive designed several courses for the BHIS program, teaches and oversees student research, publishes, and presents his work internationally.
Six Sigma applicability and implementation in healthcare. In A. Ortenblad, R. Sheaff, & C. Abrahamson Lofstrom (Eds.), Management innovations for healthcare organizations, Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge
Service to the Community
Dr. Krive serves as a peer reviewer for such journals and conferences as Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management, BMJ Open, International Journal of Clinical Practice, eGEMs, AMIA, HIMSS, AMCIS, and a number of private and public grant review committees.
PhD in Information Systems, Nova Southeastern University, 2013
• Research Focus and Specialization: Biomedical Informatics
• Dissertation Topic: “Effectiveness of Evidence-Based CPOE Medication Order Sets Measured by Health Outcomes”
MS, Management Information Systems, University of Maryland University College, 2006
MBA, University of Maryland University College, 2005
BS, Computer Studies and Management Studies, University of Maryland University College, 2002