Papers, Books, Book Chapters, Abstracts

2000

Papers

  1. Bader S, McNeely R, Sandefur R, Braude R. Biomedical Communications: Past, Present, Future. Journal of Biocommunication, 27:1. 2000

  2. Barker GP, McNeill KM, Weinstein RS. A telemedicine and traditional clinical practice analysis. Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 2000. Edited by HU Lemke, MW Vannier, K. Inamura & AG Farman, Elsevier, Amsterday, 469-474. 2000.

  3. Cruz M, Lopez AM. Technologic advancement and the psychiatric encounter. Cyberpsychol and Behav, 3(6): 929-35. 2000.

  4. Krupinski EA, Gonzales M, Gonzales C, Weinstein RS. Evaluation of a digital camera for acquiring radiographic images for telemedicine applications. Telemed J e-Health, 6(3): 297-302. 2000.

  5. Krupinski EA. Evaluation of a low-cost digital camera for use in telemedicine applications. New Aspects of High Technol in Medicine, 499-503. 2000.

  6. Krupinski EA. Medical image perception: Influence of monitor quality on observer performance. Society for Computer Applications in Radiology, 141-153. 2000.

  7. Krupinski EA, Roehrig H. Recent developments in evaluating soft-copy displays for medical images. Recent Res Devel Optical Eng, 3: 35-49. 2000.

  8. Krupinski EA. Three-years experience with a university-based telemedicine program. New Aspects of High Technology in Medicine, 493-497. 2000.

  9. McNeill KM, Holcomb MJ. Using public ATM network services for diagnostic quality multimedia telemedicine. Proceeding of the 14th IEEE Symposium on Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 457-462. 2000.

Abstracts

  1. Barker G, McNeill KM, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. Cost effectiveness of delivering continuing medical education via telemedicine. Telemedicine J 6:124, 2000.

  2. Barker G, McNeill KM, Weinstein RS. The Arizona telemedicine program clinical encounters costing model. Telemedicine J 6:153, 2000.

  3. Driesen KE, Hughes A, Weinstein RS. Results from the Arizona enterprise communities’ telemedicine questionnaire. Telemedicine J 6:158, 2000.

  4. Holcomb MJ, Yonsetto P, McNeill KM. Using common tools for effective management of telemedicine technology. Telemed J, 6(1): 158. 2000.

  5. Krupinski EA, Gonzales M, Gonzales C, Weinstein RS. Evaluation of a digital camera for acquiring radiographic images for telemedicine applications. Telemedicine J e-Health 6: 297-302, 2000.

  6. Krupinski EA, Gonzales M, Gonzales C, Weinstein RS. Feasibility study on the use of a digital camera for teleradiology. Telemedicine J 6:164, 2000.

  7. Krupinski EA. Measuring changes in service in an established telemedicine program. Telemedicine Journal, 6, 163. 2000.

  8. Krupinski EA. Observer performance evaluation of a digital camera for acquiring radiographic images for teleradiology. Radiology, 217P, 160. 2000.

  9. Krupinski EA, Roehrig H, Furukawa T. Physical and psychophysical evaluation of a flat-surface CRT display monitor vs a traditional curved-surface display monitor for use in PACS and teleradiology. Radiology 217P, 160. 2000.

  10. Lopez AM, Levine N, Hansen R, Silvis N, Krupinski E, Weinstein RS. Assessment of diagnostic accuracy in the detection of premalignant and malignant skin lesions using a digital camera. Telemedicine J 6:181, 2000.

  11. Lopez AM, Levine N, Hansen R, Silvis N, Krupinski E, Weinstein RS. Assessment of diagnostic accuracy in the detection of premalignant and malignant skin lesions using a digital camera. Telemedicine J 6:181, 2000.

  12. Lopez AM, Lazarus S, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. Consulting clinician satisfaction with the Arizona telemedicine program. Telemedicine J 6:164, 2000.

  13. Lopez AM, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. Continuing education programs via telemedicine. Telemedicine J 6:180, 2000.

  14. Lopez AM, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. Continuing education programs via telemedicine. Telemedicine J 6:180, 2000.

  15. Lopez AM, Sarantopoulos P, Krupinski EA, Dolliver M, Weinstein RS. Evaluation of a home health care unit for blood pressure and pulse recordings. Telemedicine J 6:180, 2000.

  16. Lopez AM, Sarantopoulos P, Krupinski EA, Dolliver M, Weinstein RS. Evaluation of a home health care unit for blood pressure and pulse recordings. Telemedicine J 6:180, 2000.

  17. Lopez AM, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. Patient satisfaction with telemedicine. Telemedicine J 6:165, 2000.

  18. Lopez AM, McDonald P, Marshall JR, Weinstein RS. The use of digital imaging cameras in the evaluation and management of wounds. Telemedicine J 6:149, 2000.

  19. Lutz TW, Barker G, McNeill KM, Weinstein RS. Cost effectiveness analysis for correctional telemedicine in Arizona. Telemedicine J 6:113, 2000.

  20. McNeely RA, Major J, Ring DC, Weinstein RS. Assessment of consumer-grade digital cameras for use in a multispecialty telemedicine program. Telemedicine J 6:149, 2000.

  21. McNeill KM, Barker G, Weinstein RS, Lutz TW, Holsclaw R. The Nightingale Consortium: A framework for multi-organizational Collaboration for providing telemedicine services in Arizona. Telemedicine J 6:165, 2000.


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