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Evaluation

Journal Articles

  • Alverson DC, Edison K, Flournoy L, Korte B, Magruder C, Miller C.  Telehealth tools for public health, emergency, or disaster preparedness and response: a summary report. Telemedicine Journal & E-Health, 2010;16(1):112-4.  See abstract.
  • Armer, J. M., Harris, K., & Dusold, J. M. Application of the concerns-based adoption model to the installation of telemedicine in a rural Missouri nursing home. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 2004;20(1):42-49.  See abstract.

  • Becevic, M.; Clarke, M.A.; Alnijoumi, M.M.; Sohal, H.S.; Boren, S.A.; Kim, M.S.; Mutrux, E.R.  Robotic telepresence in a medical intensive care unit - clinical perceptions.  Perspectives in Health Information Management, 2015;12(Summer).  See abstract.

  • Becevic, M.; Boren, S.A.; Mutrux, E.R.; Shah, Z.; Banerjee, S.  User satisfaction with telehealth:  study of patients, providers and coordinators.  Health Care Manager, 2015 Oct. 1; 34(4):337-349.  See abstract.

  • Campbell, J., Harris, K., & Hodge, R. Introducing telemedicine technology to rural physicians and settings. Journal of Family Practice, 2001;50(5):419-424.  See abstract.

  • Courtney KL, Demiris G, Hensel BK. Obtrusiveness of information-based assistive technologies as perceived by older adults in residential care facilities: a secondary analysis. Med Inform Internet Med, 2007;32(3):241-9.  See abstract.

  • Day M, Demiris G, Oliver DP, Courtney K, Hensen B. Exploring underutilization of videophones in hospice settings. Telemedicine and 3-Health, 2007;25-32.

  • Demiris, G. Introducing telemedicine within a health informatics curriculum. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 2002;6(3):5-11.

  • Demiris, G., Rantz, M., Aud, M., Marek, K., Tyrer, H., Skubic, M., & Hassam, A. Older adults' attitudes towards and perceptions of "smart home" technologies. Medical Informatics and the Internet in Medicine, 2004;29(2):87-94.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Oliver, D. P., Fleming, D. A., & Edison, K. E. Hospice staff attitudes toward telehospice. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care, 2004;21(5):343-347.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Patrick, T. B., Mitchell, J. A., & Waldren, S. To telemedically err is human. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Safety, 2004;30(9):521-527.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G. Electronic home healthcare: concepts and challenges. International Journal of Electronic Healthcare, 2004;1(1):4-16.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Patrick, T. B., & Boren, S. A. Assessing patient safety awareness and needs in rural hospitals in one US state. Informatics in Primary Care, 2004;12(3):157-162.

  • Demiris, G., Speedie, S. M., & Hicks, L. L. Assessment of patients' acceptance of and satisfaction with teledermatology. Journal of Medical Systems, 2004;28(6):575-579.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Edison, K., & Schopp, L. Shaping the future: trends and expectations of telehealth professionals. Telemedicine Journal and e-health, 2004;10(Suppl. 2):60-63.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Edison, K., & Vijaykumar, S. A comparison of communication models of traditional and video-mediated health care delivery. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 2005;74(10):851-856.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Shigaki, C. L., & Schopp, L. H. An evaluation framework for a rural home-based telerehabilitation network. Journal of Medical Systems, 2005;29(6):595-603.  See abstract.

  • Demiris G, Tao D.  An analysis of the specialized literature in the field of telemedicine. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2005;11(6):316-319.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Speedie, S., Finkelstein, S., & Harris, I. Communication patterns and technical quality of virtual visits in home care. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2003;9(4):210-215.  See abstract.

  • Demiris, G., Fleming, D. A., Edison, K., & Oliver, D. The Missouri telehospice project. American Telemedicine Association 8th Annual Meeting. Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, 2003;9(Suppl. 1):S100.

  • Demiris, G., Fleming, D. A., & Edison, K. Utilizing telemedicine for hospice patients. European Journal of Medical Research, 2002;7(Suppl. I):19.

  • Demiris, G. Integration of telemedicine in graduate medical informatics education. Journal of the American Medical informatics Association, 2003;10(4):310-314. See article.

  • Demiris G. Principles of survey development for telemedicine applications.  Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare April 2006, 12 no. 3 142-145.  See abstract.

  • Demiris G, Oliver DP, Wittenberg-Lyles E, Washington K.  Use of Videophones to Deliver a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy to Hospice Caregivers. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare April 2011, vol. 17 no. 3 142-145.  See article.

  • Demiris G, Oliver DP, Kruse RL, Wittenberg-Lyles E. Telehealth Group Interactions in the Hospice Setting: Assessing Technical Quality Across Platforms.  Telemedicine and e-Health. April 2013, 19(4):235-240.  See abstract.  

  • Edison (Zanol), K. & Anderson, P. Telemedicine Beyond the Technology. Missouri Medicine, 1999;96(3):88-91.

  • Edison, K. A short overview of telemedicine in the USA. Telemedicine Glossary 5th Edition, 2003;1182-1189.

  • Edison, K. E. The future of dermatology: challenges and opportunities. Missouri Medicine, 2007;104(2):117-118.

  • Edison, K. E. & Dyer, J. A. Teledermatology in Missouri and beyond. Missouri Medicine, 2007;104(2):139-143.

  • Edison, K. E., Ward, D. S., Dyer, J. A., Lane, W., Chance, L., & Hicks, L. L. Diagnosis, diagnostic confidence, and management concordance in live-interactive and store-and-forward teledermatology compared to in-person examination. Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, 2008;14(9):889-895.  See abstract.

  • Edison K, Fleming D, Nieman E, Stine K, Chance L, Demiris G.  Content and Style Comparison of Physician Communication.  Telemedicine and e-Health, 2013;19(7):509-514.  See abstract.

  • Edison KE, Chance L, Martin K, Braudis K, Whited JD.  Users and Nonusers of University-Based Dermatology Services Following a Teledermatology Encounter: A Retrospective Descriptive Analysis.  Telemedicine and e-Health. January/February 2011, 17(1): 14-18.  See abstract.

  • Edison KE, Dyer JA, Whited JD, Mutrux R.  Practice Gaps. The barriers and the promise of teledermatology.  Archives of Dermatology. 148(5):650-1, 2012 May.  See article.
  • Farmer, J. & Muhlenburck, L. Telehealth for children with special health care needs: promoting comprehensive systems of care. Clinical Pediatrics, 2001;40(2):93-98.  See abstract.

  • Finkelstein, S. M., Speedie, S. M., Demiris, G., Veen, M., Lundgren, J., & Potthoff, S. Telehomecare: Quality, perception, satisfaction. Telemedicine Journal and e-health, 2004;10(2):122-128.  See abstract.

  • Fleming, D., Boren, S., Alber, S., Hoffman, K., Edison, K., & Brooks, C.  Internal Medicine Telehealth Training Evaluation Project (IMTTEP). Telemedicine and e-Health, 2006;12(2):210.

  • Fleming, D. A.; Riley, S. L.; Boren, S.; Hoffman, K. G.; Edison, K. E.; & Brooks, C. S. Incorporating telehealth into primary care resident outpatient training. Telemedicine and e-Health, 2009;(15)3:277-282.  See abstract.

  • Fleming DA, Edison KE, Pak H.  Telehealth ethics.  Telemedicine Journal & E-Health. 15(8):797-803, 2009 Oct.  See abstract.

  • Golbeck AL, Hansen D, Lee K, Noblitt V, Christner J, Pinsonneault J.  Telemonitoring improves home health utilization outcomes in rural settings.  Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2011;17(5):273-278.  See abstract.
  • Harris, K. & Campbell, J. Internet by proxy: How rural physicians use the Internet. Social Science Computer Review, 2000;18(4):502-507.  See abstract.

  • Harris, K., Donaldson, J., & Campbell, J. Introducing computer-based telemedicine in three rural Missouri counties, Journal of End User Computing, 2001;13(4):26-35.  See abstract.

  • Hicks, L. L. Satisfaction of paramedical personnel. Current Problems in Dermatology, 2003;32:58-61.

  • Hicks, L., Boles, K., Hudson, S., Madsen, R., Kling, B., Tracy, J., Mitchell, J., & Webb, W. Using telemedicine to avoid transfer of rural emergency department patients. Journal of Rural Health, Summer 2001;17(3):220-228.  See abstract.

  • Hicks, L., Koenig, S., Boles, K., Madsen, R., Kling, B., Mitchell, J., Webb, W., & Tracy, J. A method for identifying comparison counties: Application to a rural telemedicine evaluation project. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 1999;5(3):182-188.  See abstract.

  • Hicks, L., Boles, K., Hudson, S., Koenig, S., Madsen, R., Kling, B., Tracy, J., Mitchell, J., & Webb, W. An evaluation of satisfaction with telemedicine among health care professionals. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2000;6(4):209-215.  See abstract.

  • Hicks, L., Boles, K., Hudson, S., Kling, B., Tracy, J., Mitchell, J., & Webb, W. Patient satisfaction with teledermatology services. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2003;9(1):42-45.  See abstract.

  • Hicks LL, Fleming DA, Desaulnier A.  The application of remote monitoring to improve health outcomes to a rural area.  Journal of Telemedicine and e-Health, 2009;15(7):664-671.  See abstract.

  • Krishna S, Boren SA, Balas EA.  Healthcare via Cell Phones: A Systematic Review.  Telemedicine and e-Health, 2009;15(3):231-240.  See abstract.

  • Krupinski E, Dimmick S, Grigsby J, Mogel G, Puskin D, Speedie S, Stamm B, Wakefield B, Whited J, Whitten P, Yellowlees P.  Research recommendations for the American Telemedicine Association.  Telemedicine and e-Health, 2006;12(5):579-589.  See article.

  • Oliver, D., Demiris, G., Fleming, D. A., & Edison, K. E. A needs assessment study for the Missouri Tele-hospice Project. American Medical Informatics Association Fall Symposium Proceedings, 2003;2003:959.  See article.

  • Oliver, D. & Demiris, G. An assessment of the readiness of hospice organizations to accept technological innovation. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2004;10(3):170-174.  See article.

  • Oliver DP, Demiris G.  Comparing face-to-face and telehealth-mediated delivery of a psychoeducational intervention: A case comparison study in hospice.  Telemedicine and e-Health, 2010;16(6):751-753.  See abstract.

  • Oliver DP, Demiris G, Wittenberg-Lyles E, Washington K, Porock D.  Recruitment challenges and strategies in a home-based telehealth study.  Telemedicine and e-Health, 2010;16(7):839-843.  See abstract.

  • Oliver DP, Demiris G,  Wittenberg-Lyles E, Washington K, Day T, Novak H.  A systematic review of the evidence base for telehospice.  Telemedicine and e-Health. January/February 2012, 18(1): 38-47.  See abstract.

  • Schopp, L., Johnstone, B., & Merveille, O. Multidimensional telecare strategies for rural residents with brain injury. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2000;6(Suppl. 1):146-149.  See abstract.

  • Schopp, L., Johnstone, B., & Merrell, D. Telehealth and neuropsychological assessment: New opportunities for psychologists. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2000;31(2):179-183.  See abstract.

  • Schopp, L. Telehealth and traumatic brain injury; creative community based care. Telemedicine Today, 2000;8(1), 4-6, 33.

  • Schopp, L. H., Hales, J. W., Brown, G. D., & Quetsch, J. L. (2003). A rationale and training agenda for rehabilitation informatics: Roadmap for an emerging discipline. NeuroRehabilitation, 2003;18(2):159-170.

  • Schopp, L. H., Hales, J. W., Quetsch, J. L., Hauan, M. J., & Brown, G. D. Design of a peer-to-peer telerehabilitation model. Telemedicine Journal & eHealth, 2004;10(2):243-251.  See abstract.

  • Schopp, L. H., Johnstone, B., & Reid-Arndt, S. Telehealth brain injury training for rural behavioral health generalists: Supporting and enhancing rural service delivery networks. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2005;36:158-163.  See abstract.

  • Tracy, J., McClosky Armstrong, T., Sprang, R., & Burgiss, S. Medicare reimbursement for telehealth – an assessment of telehealth encounters July 1, 1999 – December 31, 1999. Available from the University of Missouri Health Care, Columbia, MO, July 8, 2000.

  • Tracy, J., McClosky Armstrong, T., Sprang, R., Burgiss, S., Reid, J., & Hammack, D. Medicare reimbursement for telehealth encounters – a position paper. Available from the University of Missouri Health Care, Columbia, MO, October 11, 1999.

  • Tracy, J., McClosky Armstrong, T., Sprang, R., & Burgiss, S. Medicare reimbursement for telehealth – an assessment of telehealth encounters January 1, 1999 – June 30, 1999. Available from the University of Missouri Health Care, Columbia, MO, October 15, 1999.

  • Tracy, J. Paying physicians for online care. Medical Crossfire, 2001;3(2):24-26.

  • Wakefield BJ, Ward MM, Holman JE, Ray A, Scherubel M, Burns TL, Kienzle MG, Rosenthal GE.  Evaluation of home telehealth following hospitalization for heart failure: A randomized trial.  Telemedicine and 3-Health, 2008;14(8):753-761.  See abstract.

  • Wakefield BJ, Holman JE, Ray A, Scherubel M, Burns TL, Kienzle MG, Rosenthal GE.  Outcomes of a home telehealth intervention for patients with heart failure.  Journal of Telemed and Telecare January 2009 vol. 15 no. 1 46-50.  See abstract.

  • Whited JD, Warshaw EM, Kapur K, Edison KE, Thottapurathu L, Raju S, Cook B, Engasser H, Pullen S, Moritz TE, Datta SK, Marty L, Foman NA, Suwattee P, Ward DS, Reda DJ.  Clinical course outcomes for store and forward teledermatolgy versus conventional consultation: a randomized trial.  Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2013;19(4):197-204.  See abstract

  • Whited JD, Warshaw EM, Edison KE, et al.  Effect of store and forward teledermatology on quality of life: a randomized controlled trial.  JAMA Dermatology. 149(5):584-91, 2013 May.  See article.

  • Whited, J.  Economic analysis of telemedicine and the teledermatology paradigm. Telemedicine and e-Health, 2010;16(2):223-228.  See abstract.

Conference Proceedings

  • Becevic, M.; Anderson, B.; Han, J.G.; Mutrux, E.R.; Hicks, L.; Edison, K.; Shyu, C.R.  TeleMDID:  Mobile technology applications for interactive diagnosis in teledermatology clinics.  In e-Health Networking, Applications & Services (Healthcom), 2013 IEEE 15th International Conference on 2013 Oct. 9 (pp. 429-433).  IEEE.  See abstract.

Book Chapters

  • Demiris, G. (2004). Home based e-health applications. In: G. Demiris (Ed.), E-health: Current Status and Future Trends (pp. 15-24). The Netherlands: IOS Press.

  • Demiris, G. & Tan, J. (2005). E-homecare: Rejuvenating Health Care & Tele-Home Care. In: J. Tan (Ed.), E-Health Care Information Systems: An Introduction for Students and Professionals (pp. 267-294). New York: Jossey-Bass.

  • Demiris, G. (2005). E-health and Consumer informatics. In: G. Brown, T. Stone, & T. B. Patrick (Eds.) Managing Information Technology in Health Services Organizations. Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press.

  • Demiris, G. (2005). Virtual Communities in Health Care. In: B. Silverman, A. Jain, A. Ichalkaranje, & L. Jain (Eds.) Intelligent Paradigms for Healthcare Enterprises (pp. 121-138). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

  • Edison, K., Pak, H., Tracy, J., et al. (2004). Dermatology. In: Telemedicine Technical Assistance Documents: A Guide to Getting Started in Telemedicine (pp. 51-84). University of Missouri School of Medicine.

  • Edison, K. E. (2008). Teledermatology in Management of Skin Cancer. In: K. Nouri (Ed.) Skin Cancer. New York: McGraw-Hill.

  • Gannan, F., Phillips, R., Patterson, M., et al. (2004). Telehealth Technology. In: Telemedicine Technical Assistance Documents: A Guide to Getting Started in Telemedicine (pp. 314-342). University of Missouri School of Medicine.

  • Hales, J. W., Quetsch, J. L., Schopp, L. H., & Brown, G. D. (2002). Application of peer-to-peer networking to health care. In: S. Krishna, E. A. Balas, & S. A. Boren (Eds.) Information Technology Business Models for Quality Health Care: An EU/US Dialogue (pp. 141-146). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

  • Harris, K., Campbell, J., & Donaldson, J. (2002). Introducing computer based telemedicine in three rural Missouri counties. In: M. Mahmood (Ed.) Advanced Topics in End User Computing. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing.

  • Hicks, L. L. & Boles, K. E. (2004). A comprehensive model for evaluating telemedicine. In: G. Demiris (Ed.) E-health: Current Status and Future Trends (pp. 3-14). The Netherlands: IOS Press.

  • Oliver, D. R. & Demiris, G. (2004). E-health tools and Social Workers. In: G. Demiris (Ed.) E-health: Current Status and Future Trends. (pp. 35-46). The Netherlands: IOS Press.

  • Patrick, T. B., Demiris, G., & Folk, L. C. (2004). Evidence based retrieval in e-Health. In: G. Demiris (Ed.) E-health: Current Status and Future Trends (pp. 53-62). The Netherlands: IOS Press.

  • Tracy, J. & Edison, K. (2004). The long and winding road to Medicare reimbursement. In: P. Whitten & D. Cook (Eds.) Understanding Health Communication Technologies (pp. 406-418). San Franscisco: Jossey-Bass.

  • Tracy, J., Edison, K., et al. (2004). First steps in creating a successful telemedicine program. In: Telemedicine Technical Assistance Documents: A Guide to Getting Started in Telemedicine (pp. 6-22). University of Missouri School of Medicine.

Books

  • Pak, H. S., Edison, K. E., & Whited, J. D. (2008). Teledermatology: a user's guide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • Tracy, J. (Ed.) (2004). Telemedicine technical assistance documents: A guide to getting started in telemedicine. University of Missouri.

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