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Jacksonville, FL 32211

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Zachary Davis

Zachary Davis

Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences & Information Mgmt

Davis College of Business

Email address  zdavis1@ju.edu
Telephone number  (904) 256-7468
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Office location  Davis College of Business, 238


  • PhD Business Information Technology (May 2018), Virginia Tech
  • Master’s in Information Technology (August 2014), Virginia Tech
  • Bachelor’s in Medical Laboratory Sciences (May 2009), University of Central Florida

Recent Research & Publications

Hooks, D., Davis, Z., Agarwal, V. & Li, Z. (2022). Exploring factors influencing technology adoption rate at the macro level: A predictive model. Technology in Society, 68, 101826. 

Davis, Z. & Davis, H. (2022). Usability assessment in the adaptation phase of the electronic health record. Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research. (Accepted) 

Ractham, P., Abrahams, A., Gruss, R., Kim, E., Davis, Z., & Kaewkitipong, L. (2021). An evaluation of airline service quality using online content analysis: A case study of Korean airlines. Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems. (In Press) 

Davis, Z., Zobel, C., Khansa, L. & Glick, R. (2020). Emergency department resilience to disaster level overcrowding: A component resilience framework for analysis and predictive modeling. Journal of Operations Management, 66(1-2), 54-66 

Khansa, L., Barkhi, R., Ray, S., & Davis, Z. (2018). Cyberloafing in the workplace: Mitigation tactics and their impact on individuals' behavior. Information Technology and Management19(4), 197-215. 

Khansa, L., Davis, Z., Davis, H., Chin, A., Irvine, H., Nichols, L., Lang, J.A., & MacMichael, N. (2016). Health information technologies for patients with diabetes. Technology in Society, 44, 1-9. 

Davis, Z., & Khansa, L. (2016). Evaluating the Epic electronic medical record system: A dichotomy in perspectives and solution recommendations. Health Policy and Technology5(1), 65-73. 

Davis, Z., & Davis, H. (2015). Taking the show on the road: In-situ clinical simulations’ role in promoting teamwork. Knowledge Management & E-Learning7(3), 425-435.