Technology has shown immense potential to transform the healthcare sector, across developing and the developed world. Accordingly, there has been a significant investment in the domain of ICT and healthcare both from industry and governments. The field has also attracted academic interest from academicians across disciplines. By examining a complex and dynamic context, research on health care IT serves to develop new theories or refine and test existing theory that often spans multiple management disciplines: healthcare, information systems, information technology, strategic management, economics, and sociological areas among others. The HealthCare IT track seeks contribution on understanding the role of technology in providing effective health care that is low cost, high quality, and enhances population health and wellbeing at the local, national, and global levels. Conceptual and empirical papers employing quantitative, qualitative, and/or critical methods are welcomed.