Papers, Books, Book Chapters, Abstracts

2015

Papers

  1. Badano A. Revie C, Casertano A, Cheng WC, Green P, Kimpe T, Krupinski E, Sisson C, Skrovseth S, Treanor D, Boynton P, Clunie D, Flynn MJ, Heki T, Hewitt S, Homma H, Masia A, Matsui T, Nagy B, Nishibori M, Penczek J, Schopf T, Yagi Y, Yokio H. (2015).  Consistency and standardization of color in medical imaging: a consensus report.  J Digital Imaging 28:41-52.

  2. Evan AJ, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS, Pantanowitz L.  2014 American Telemedicine Association clinical guidelines for telepathology: Another important step in support of increased adoption of telepathology for patient care.  J Pathol Inform 2015: 6; 3

  3. Gough F, Budhrani S, Cohn E, Dappen A, Leenknecht C, Lewis B, Mulligan DA, Randakk D, Rheuban K, Roberts L, Shanahan T, Webster K, Krupinski EA, Bashshur R, Bernard J.  (2015).  ATA Practice guidelines for live, on-demand primary and urgent care.  Telemed eHealth 21:233-241.

  4. Hunter TB, Weinstein RS, Krupinski EA.  State medical licensure for telemedicine and teleradiology.  Telemed J & eHealth, 2015: 21: 315-318

Book Chapters

  1. Weinstein RS, Lian F, Achyut K, Bhattacharyya.  (2015) Teleneuropathology, In: Tsao J, Demaerschalk B (eds).  Teleneurology in Practice: A Comprehensive Clinical Guide, New York, NY: Springer, 113-129.

2015

Papers

  1. Evans AJ, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS, Pantanowitz L.  Another important step in support of increased adoption of telepathology for patient care.  (Editorial).  Pathol Informat 6:13 (2015) [Editorial]

  2. Milender LP.  Addressing patient safety through dedicated simulation based training.  Reply: Weinstein RS.  Amer J Med 2014; 127(12): e 27.  [Review]

  3. Weinstein RS.  Perspective.  Comments from an ATA President Emeritus.  Telemedicine & eHealth.  20; 7: 607-608. [Review]

  4. Weinstein RS, Lopez AM, Joseph BA, Erps KA, Holcomb M, Barker GP, Krupinski EA.  Telemedicine, telehealth and mobile health applications that work: Opportunities and barriers.  (Review) Amer J Med, 2014; 127: 183-187.

Book Chapters

  1. Krupinski EA. (2015).   Policy development, procedures, and tools for navigating regulations.  In: Tuerk PW, Shore P (eds).  Clinical Videoconferencing in Telehealth.  New York, NY: Springer, 69-88.

  2. Krupinski EA, Bhattacharyya AK, Weinstein RS.  Telepathology and digital pathology research.  In: K Kaplan, editor.  Digital Pathology, In press.

  3. Weinstein RS, Telepathology system development and implementation.  In: The Handbook of Electronic Medicine, Electronic Health, Telemedicine, Telehealth and Mobile Health, H. Eren, editor.  Taylor and Francis, CRC Group, Boca Raton, Florida, In press.

Abstracts

  1. Joseph B, Pandit V, Khreiss M, Azia H, Kulvantanyou N, Tang A, Wynne J, O'Keefe T, Friese RS, Weinstein RS, Rhee P.  Implementing smart phone tele-photography in trauma: Overcoming the hurdles.  Telemedicine and e-Health.  In press

  1. Alverson DG, Boyser M, Darzi A, HonFreng FMedSco. Demstedt KD. Dev P, Jones DB, Baram-Clothier E, Weinstein RS.  Surgical Telementoring News (Newsletter) 2014; 1-10.

  2. Lopez AM.  (2014) Treatment of Ebola in the Digital Age. Round-up Magazine 60(12), pp. 14-16.  Maricopa County Medical Society.


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