Papers, Books, Book Chapters, Abstracts



  1. Krupinski EA, Hughes AM, Barker GP, Lopez AM, Weinstein RS. Fluctuations in Telemedicine Case Volume: Correlation with Personnel Turnover Rates. Telemedicine Journal & e-Health, 9:369-373. 2003.

  2. Krupinski EA, McNeill K, Haber K, Ovitt T. High-volume teleradiology service: focus on radiologist satisfaction. Journal of Digital Imaging, S16, 34-35. 2003.

  3. Krupinski EA. Medical image perception issues for PACS deployment. Seminars in Roentgenology, 38: 231-243. 2003.

  4. Krupinski EA, Barker GP, Levine N, Weinstein RS. Patterns of teledermatology referrals over a 3-year period. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-36-7, 2003.

  5. McNeill KM, Carroll M, Holcomb MJ, Frost M, Yonsetto P, Schwarz R, Haber K. Teleradiology as a Driver for Regional Scale, Muti-organizational, High-volume Telehealth Systems. SPIE Conference on PACS Design and Evaluation; SPIE Vol 5033: 155-59. 2003.


  1. Barker GP, Kerr RA, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. A study of the rural health care division program. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-39, 2003.

  2. Barker GP, McNeill K, Kerr R, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. Travel trends in the Arizona Telemedicine Program. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-95, 2003.

  3. Krupinski EA, Barker GP, Engstrom M, Levine N, Weinstein RS. Challenges in assessing outcomes in teledermatology. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-109, 2003.

  4. Krupinski EA, Barker GP, Levine N, Weinstein RS. Patterns of Teledermatology Referrals Over a 3-Year Period. Telemed J & e-Health, 9: S87. 2003.

  5. Krupinski EA, Barker GP, Weinstein RS. Quality control assessment in telemedicine operations. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-109, 2003.

  6. Krupinski EA, McNeill K, Haber K, Ovitt T. Radiologist satisfaction in a high volume teleradiology practice. Journal of Telemedicine & e-Health, 9(S), 52. 2003.

  7. Lopez AM, Kurker SF, Major J, Guillen-R JM, Weinstein RS. Assessing the role of the tele-home health monitor in the quality of life and physical recovery of patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation. Telemed J e-Health, 9(1): S46. 2003.

  8. Lopez AM, Kurker SF, Guillen JM, Major J, Hacth K, Byron J, Garcia F, Lazarus S, Weinstein RS. Pilot data in telecolposcopy n a primary care women’s clinic. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-54, 2003.

  9. Lopez AM, Cruz M, Lazarus S, Webster P, Jones EG, Weinstein RS. Providing telepsychiatric services to a deaf patient: A case study. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-110, 2003.

  10. Lopez AM, Webster P, Lazarus S, Villar H, Weinstein RS. Surgical oncology teleconsultations via telemedicine. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-111, 2003.

  11. Lopez AM, Lazarus S, Weinstein RS. Teleconsultations in cancer care: A pilot study. ASCO, 22: 790. 2003.

  12. Lopez AM, Webster P, Kurker SF, Ranger-Moore J, Weinstein RS. The role of culture in the utilization of telemedicine services. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-59, 2003.

  13. Lopez AM, Kurker SF, Major J, Guillen JM, Graham ML, Weinstein RS. Use of telehome health monitor in bone marrow transplantation. Telemedicine J e-Health 9, S-46, 2003.

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