Papers, Books, Book Chapters, Abstracts

2001

Papers

  1. Barker G, Krupinski EA, Laursen T, Erps K, Weinstein RS. Pay per view: The Arizona Telemedicine Program’s billing results. Telemed J e-Health, 7(4): 287-92. 2001.

  2. Krupinski EA, Radvany M, Levy A, Ballenger D, Tucker J, Chacko AK, VanMetter R. Enhanced visualization processing: Effect on workflow. Acad Radiol, 8(11): 1127-33. 2001.

  3. Krupinski EA, Barker GP, Beinar S, Lopez AM, Weinstein RS. Fluctuation in Service Loads in an Established Telemedicine Program. Telemedicine Journal & e-Health, 7:27-31. 2001.

  4. Krupinski EA, McNeill KM. Teleradiology. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinics of North America, 791-806. 2001.

  5. Lopez AM, Scott K, Fleishman J, Lazarus Sy, Schwaeger H, Weinstein RS. Tumor board presentations via telemedicine. Telemedicine J e-Health 7:182-183, 2001.

  6. McNeill KM, Barker GP, McElroy J. Experience using an ASP Model to expand a State-initiated Telemedicine Program. Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 2001. Edited by HU Lemke, MW Vannier, K. Inamura & K.Doi, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 779-785. 2001.

  7. Szymas J, Wolf G, Papierz W, Jarosz B, Weinstein RS. Online Internet-based robotic telepathology in the diagnosis of neuro-oncology cases: A teleneuropathology feasibility study. Hum Pathol, 32(12): 1304-8. 2001.

  8. Weinstein RS, McNeill KM. Powering the Arizona Telemedicine Program. Health Management Technol, 22(6): 46-7. 2001.

  9. Weinstein RS, Descour MR, Liang C, Bhattacharyya AK, Graham AR, Davis JR, Scott KM, Richter L, Krupinski EA, Szymus J, Kayser K, Dunn BE. Telepathology overview: From Concept to implementation. Hum Pathol, 32(12): 1283-99. 2001.

Abstracts

  1. Barker G, Krupinski EA, Laursen T, Erps K, Weinstein RS. Pay per view: The Arizona Telemedicine Program’s billing results. Telemed J e-Health, 7(4): 287-92. 2001.

  2. Bohnenkamp S, McDonald P. Improving ostomy education with telemedicine in the new millennium. Ostomy Quarterly, 38(2): 43. 2001.

  3. Krupinski EA, Roehrig H. Choosing the optimal monitor for PACS and teleradiology: the importance of phosphor. Radiology, 221(P), 689. 2001.

  4. Krupinski E, Brennan D. Telehealth practice standards and guidelines: analyzing and validating evidence-based telehealth. Telemed & e-Health, 2001;17, A-32.

  5. Krupinski EA, Barker G, Rodriquez G, Engstrom M, Levine N, Weinstein RS. Telemedicine vs. in-person dermatology referrals: An analysis of case complexity. Telemedicine J e-Health 7:119, 2001.

  6. Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS, Erps KA, Holcomb M, Lopez AM. Year 1 experience of a new telehealth resource center. Telemed & e-Health; 2001;17:A-89.

  7. Lopez AM, Lazarus S, Barker G, Krupinski EA, Weinstein R. Continuing medical education programs via telemedicine. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 16, 206. 2001.

  8. Lopez AM, Lazarus S, Davis B, Cross N, Weinstein RS. Delivery of pain management consultations via telemedicine. Telemedicine J e-Health 7:183, 2001.

  9. Lopez AM, Lazarus S, Weinstein RS. The use of telemedicine in the care of cancer patients. Telemedicine J e-Health 7:183, 2001.

  10. Lopez AM, Scott K, Fleishman J, Lazarus SY, Schwaeger H, Weinstein RS. Tumor board presentations via telemedicine. J Telemed & e-Health. 7: 183. 2001.

  11. McNeely RA, Hall JR, Frank CA, Collins RA, Umphrey KE, Weinstein RS. Use of a videostreaming server for the delivery of continuing education over a telemedicine network to rural healthcare practitioners. Telemedicine J e-Health 7:186, 2001.

  12. McNeill KM, Holcomb MJ. Investigation of consumer-oriented broadband wireless Internet services for support of telemedicine applications. RSNA, 627. 2001.

  13. McNeill KM, Holcomb MJ. Investigation of consumer-oriented broadband wireless Internet services for support of telemedicine applications. Radiol 221: S3777. 2001.


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