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Curriculum Vitae
Peter L. Elkin, MD
Mayo Clinic
200 First Street, SW
Rochester, Minnesota 55905
Telephone: (507) 284-1551
Fax: (507) 284-5370
E-Mail: [email protected]
Current Academic Appointment:
Professor of Medicine
Personal Information:
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
December 23, 1956
Trenton, New Jersey
Education:
1978 B.S.
1978
1985 M.D.
1988
Union College - Applied Mathematics
Completed Course Work for M.S. in Statistics while satisfying
Undergraduate Curriculum Requirements
New York Medical College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Computer Science
Postdoctoral Training:
Internship and Residencies:
1985 - 1986
1988 - 1990
1990 - 1992
1994 - 1996
Internship, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island
Clinical Fellow, Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital,
Boston, Massachusetts
Resident in Otolaryngology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary,
Boston, Massachusetts
Resident in Internal Medicine, Lahey Clinic Medical Center,
Burlington, Massachusetts
Research Fellowships:
1986 - 1987
Research Fellow, and Coordinator of Computer Research, Department of
Orthopaedics, Rhode Island Hospital
1987 - 1990
Research Fellow, National Library of Medicine Fellow in Medical Informatics,
Laboratory of Computer Science at the Massachusetts General Hospital,
Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health
Board Certification:
1996, 2006
American Board of Internal Medicine
#171869
Licensure:
1986
1987
1996
Rhode Island State License to Practice Medicine
Massachusetts State License to Practice Medicine
Minnesota State License to Practice Medicine
Awards/Honors:
1971
1977 - 1978
1983
1986
1998
1998
2001
2005
2006
2007
Russell E. Elliot Memorial Scholar
Putnam Contestant (Math Olympian)
Grant Award, Worthington Biochemical
Grant from IBM
Fellowship, American College of Physicians
Homer Warner Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Medical Informatics (For the
paper entitled “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Automated Term Composition”, presented at the
Fall AMIA Conference).
Mayo Office for the Advancement of Research Award
Mayo Department of Medicine Laureate Award
Fellowship, American College of Medical Informatics
Golden Raison Award, Danish Society of Medical Informatics
Hospital Appointments:
1987 - 1995
1993 - 1996
1992 - 1996
1992 - 1993
1996 - Present
1996 - Present
Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Medicine
Carney Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine
New England Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine
Faulkner Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine
Mayo Clinic Medical Center
Saint Mary’s Hospital
Professional Memberships and Societies:
1990 1994 1992 1996 1996 1996 1996 -
American Medical Informatics Association
American College of Physicians, Fellow
Massachusetts Medical Society
American Medical Association
Zumbro Valley Medical Society
Minnesota Medical Association
Society of General Internal Medicine
Principal Clinical and Hospital Service Responsibilities:
1986 - 1987
1987
1990 - 1992
1992 - 1993
1992 - 1995
1987 - 1995
1996 - 1999
1998
1999 - Present
1996 - Present
2001
2004
Emergency Physician, East Providence Emergency Room
Emergency Physician, Woonsocket Hospital
Resident, Otolaryngology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Physician, EMSA Correctional Care
Tufts University School of Medicine, Senior Instructor in Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant in Medicine
Mayo Clinic, Senior Associate Consultant
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Mayo Clinic, Consultant
Saint Mary’s Hospital, Hospital Service Responsibility
Associate Professor of Medicine
Professor of Medicine
Educational Activities:
A.
Editorial Boards:
1986 - Present
1986 - Present
1988 - 1990
1997
1997
1998
&2000
2002
B.
Mayo Medical School
1996 1996199619992001 2004
C.
Software Reviewer, New England Journal of Medicine
Software Reviewer, JAMA
DXplain Editorial Board
Reviewer of Papers for the Fall American Medical Informatics Association Conference
Reviewer of Papers for the International Medical Informatics Association’s (MedInfo) Conference
Program Committee: Fall AMIA Conference
Dermatology Lexicon Project, NIAMS, NIH
Medical Student Education, Saint Mary’s Hospital Rotations
Medical Fellowship Education, Inpatient, Outpatient and Conference
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Associate Professor of Medical Informatics
Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Informatics
Professor of Medicine
Teaching Experience:
1978
1980
1988
1989 - 1990
1989
1989 - 1990
1992 - 1993
1993 - 1995
1996 - Present
1996 – Present
Lectured and organized seminars on Statistics for Researchers in the Department
of Chemistry, Union College
Lectures on Systems Design, Eastman Kodak Company
Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Medical
Walk-In Unit
Preceptor, Introduction to Clinical Medicine Course, Massachusetts General
Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Substitute Tutorial Instructor, Genetics, Endocrine and Reproduction Course,
Harvard Medical School
Guest Lecturer, Computers in Medicine Course, Harvard University
Medical Resident Education, Emergency Medicine, Faulkner Hospital
Medical Resident Education, Emergency Medicine, Carney Hospital
Medical Resident Education and Medical Student Education, Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Biomedical Informatics Fellow Education, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Administrative Responsibilities and Committee Assignments:
1982 - 1985
1983 - 1984
1983 - 1985
1984 - 1985
1986
1992 - 1993
1994 - 1996
1996 - 2001
1998 - 2004
1996 - 2004
1997 - Present
1997 - Present
1997 - 1998
1998 - 2001
1998 - Present
1998 - Present
1998 - 2003
1998 - 2001
1998 – Present
1999 - 2001
1998 – 2005
Curriculum Committee, New York Medical College
Computers as Teaching Aids, New York Medical College
President’s Data Processing Advisory Committee, New York Medical College
Dean’s Academic Computing Committee, New York Medical College
ASTM E31.12 Committee for Standards in Medical Nomenclature
Academy of Otolaryngology’s Medical Informatics Committee
Lahey Clinic Medical Center’s Medical Informatics Committee
Mayo Clinic’s Vocabulary Subcommittee of the EMR
Chair, Mayo Clinic’s General Internal Medicine Research Committee
Mayo Clinic’s Area Medicine Research Committee
American College of Physicians, Medical Informatics Liaison for the State of Minnesota
American College of Physicians, Council Member – Minnesota State
Program Committee for the 1998 & 2000, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Fall
Conference
Office Automation Committee, Vice Chair
ASTM E31.01 Committee on Controlled Medical Vocabulary, Chair
ISO TC215 U.S. Technical Advisory Group
ISO TC215 on Health Informatics, Task Force Chair, Working Group 3
G-7 ENABLE Project: US Advisor on Networking and Classifications
American Medical Informatics Association’s Education Committee
Office for the Advancement of Research, Department of Internal Medicine
Co-Chair, HL7 Templates SIG
Administrative Responsibilities and Committee Assignments: (continued)
2003 – Present
2005 – Present
1999 – Present
2000 – Present
2000 – 2002
2002 – 2007
2001 – 2006
2003 - Present
2003 - Present
2007
2005 - Present
2007
2006 - Present
Co-Chair, HL7 Clinical Genomics SIG
Chair, OASIS International Healthcare Continuum (IHC)
Disease Management Review Group, Member
Foundation Education Technology Committee
Information Management Technology Committee
CE10 Grant Review Committee
Vice-Chair, ASTM E31 International standards committee on Healthcare Informatics
Special Study Section, National Library of Medicine, NIH
Genomics Liason, General Internal Medicine
CTSA Reviewer, NCRR, NIH
Co-Chair, HITSP Population Health Technical Committee
AHIC, EHR Working Group
Chair, IMIA working group on Human Factors Engineering in Health Informatics
Presentations at Regional or Institutional Meetings:
1. “Medical Informatics: An Update”; Elkin, PL; Medical Grand Rounds Lahey Clinic Medical Center
5/96.
2. “Megestrol induced Adrenal Suppression”, Thome S, Elkin PL, Poster Presentation at the 1996
Minnesota ACP Meeting.
3. “Standard Problem List Generation, Utilizing the Mayo Canonical Vocabulary Embedded within
the Unified Medical Language System”; Elkin PL, Chute CG, et al; Internal Medicine Research
Forum.
4. “Controlled Medical Terminiologies: Update”; Elkin, PL; Presented to Area General Internal
Medicine Division 6/97.
5. “Medical Expert Systems: Overview”; Elkin, PL; Presented to Area General Internal Medicine
Division 12/96.
6. “Kellogg Strategic Alliance Meeting”; Elkin, PL et al; Area General Internal Medicine 11/97.
7. “Medical Expert Systems”; Elkin PL; Internal Medicine Residency Lecture Series 6/98.
8. “Literature Searching and the Internet”; Internal Medicine Residency Lecture Series 8/98.
9. “Update in Medical Informatics”, Area General Internal Medicine 12/15/98.
10. “Literature Searching”, POIM Course 1999 through 2002.
11. “Update in Biomedical Informatics”, Minnesota ACP meeting 1999.
12. “PDAs in the Practice of Medicine”, Minnesota ACP meeting 2001.
13. “Bioinformatics in Psychiatry”, August 2002.
14. “Bioinformatics an Overview”, Medical Grand Rounds October 30, 2002.
15. “Bioinformatics in Psychiatry”, August 2003.
16. “Bioinformatics: An Overview”, Mayo Genetics Society, September 18, 2003.
17. “Physicians' Attitudes Towards Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Their Knowledge of
Specific Therapies: A Survey at an Academic Medical Center”, Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler, MD;
Ann Vincent, MD; Peter L.Elkin, MD; Laura L. Loehrer; Stephen S. Cha, MS; Brent A. Bauer,
MD, The North American Research Conference on Complementary and Alternative Medicine
2006.
Presentations at National or International Meetings:
“Supporting Postcoordination in an Electronic Problem List”; Electronic Poster Fall AMIA
Conference 1997; Kevin D. Keck, Keith E. Campbell, MD, PhD, Chris G. Chute, MD, DrPH, Peter L.
Elkin, MD, Mark S. Tuttle, William G. Cole, PhD
2. “The Hypertext Medical Workstation”; Elkin PL, Cimino JJ, Barnett GO; Presented to the 1990
American Medical Informatics Association Conference.
3. “Browser Independent Communication Utilizing the WWW Over a CHIN”, Elkin PL, Mohr DN,
Tuttle MS, Cole W, Atkin G, Keck K, Fisk T, Lee K, Chute CG, Presented to the Spring AMIA
Conference 1997.
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“Mapping to MeSH”; Elkin PL, Cimino JJ, Lowe HJ, Aronow DB, Payne TH, Pincetl PS, Barnett
GO; Presented to, the 12th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care 1988.
“Automated Batch Searching of MEDLINE for DXplain”; Elkin PL, McLatchey J, Packer M, Hoffer
E, Cimino C, Studney D, Barnett GO; Presented to the 13th Annual Symposium on Computer
Applications in Medical Care 1989.
“Closing the Loop on Diagnostic Decision Support Systems”; Elkin PL, Barnett GO, Famiglietti KT,
Kim RJ; Presented to the 14th Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care 1990.
“Planning and Implementing the Enterprise Problem-Centric, Episode-Based EMR”, Presented at the
1996 Fall AMIA Symposium, Carpenter P, Mohr D, Claus P, Higgins M, Suermondt J, Elkin PL
“Standardized Problem List Generation: The Mayo Experience” Elkin PL, Chute CG. Presented at
the International Medical Informatics Association’s Working Group Six Meeting 1/97.
“Medical Knowledge Representation: From a Clinically Derived Lexicon to Understanding”; Elkin
PL, Chute CG. Presented to the “Toward An Electronic Patient Record” Conference 1997.
“Standard Problem List Generation, Utilizing the Mayo Canonical Vocabulary Embedded within the
Unified Medical Language System”; Elkin PL, Chute CG, et al; Presented to the 1997 Fall AMIA
Symposium.
“Reduction of Qualifiers from a Clinically Derived Lexicon.” Chute CG, Elkin P; Presented to the
1997 Fall AMIA Symposium.
“Aiming for Systems that Really Work: What Vendors Have, What Providers Need”; Panel Discussion
and Workshop Fall 1997 AMIA Meeting. Paul C. Carpenter, MD, Paul L. Claus, MD, Peter L. Elkin,
MD, David N. Mohr, MD, Patricia Gibbons
“Controlled Medical Vocabularies in Internal Medicine”; Elkin, PL; CPRI Conference on Medical
Terminologies 11/97.
“Internet Resources for Academic Medicine”; Elkin, PL; Minnesota Chapter of the American College
of Physicians Annual Meeting 11/97.
“Basic Medical Informatics”, Elkin PL, Litin S; Iowa Chapter, American College of Physicians, 12/97.
“Intermediate Medical Informatics”, Elkin PL, Litin S; Iowa Chapter, American College of Physicians,
12/97.
“Evaluating Medical Controlled Vocabularies“, ANSI-HISB 1998. Elkin, Chute.
“Human Factors Engineering” Tutorial, 1998 Spring AMIA Conference (Philadelphia). Elkin, Schwartz,
Kaihoi.
“The Role of Compositionality in Standardized Problem List Generation.” Medinfo (Seoul, Korea)
1998.
“User Directed Composition of Medical Problems”, Elkin, Chute. EPRIMP (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
October 1998.
“Quality on the Internet: Present and Future”, Elkin PL, G7 ENABLE Project (Rotterdam,
Netherlands) October 1998.
“Human Factors Engineering” Tutorial, 1998 Fall AMIA Conference. (Orlando, Fla) Elkin, Schwartz,
Kaihoi.
“A Randomized Controlled Trial of Automated Term Composition”, 1998 Fall AMIA Conference
(Orlando, Fla). Elkin, Bailey, Chute.
“A Java based Tool for Entry of a Medical Problem List, which Accesses a Remote Large Scale
Enterprise Vocabulary Server”; Peter L. Elkin, MD, Mark Tuttle, Kevin Keck, Geoffrey Atkin,
Christopher G. Chute, MD, DrPH; 1998 Fall AMIA Conference (Orlando, Fla).
“A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Trial of Automated Term Dissection”, JAMIA Supple.
1999; PL Elkin, KR Bailey, PV Ogren, BA Bauer, CG Chute. Presented at the fall 1999 American
Medical Informatics Association Meeting
“Theater Style Presentation: Problem Managers”, PL Elkin, JR Campbell. Presented at the fall 1999
American Medical Informatics Association Meeting
Presentations at National or International Meetings: (continued)
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“Semantic Augmentation of Description Logic Based Terminologies”, Methods of Information in
Medicine, in press. PL Elkin, MR Harris, PV Ogren, JD Buntrock, SH Brown, HR Solbrig, CG
Chute. Invited Speaker: International Medical Informatics Association’s Working Group 6 Meeting.
“Evidence Based Literature Searching”, Elkin PL; Minnesota Chapter, American College of Physicians,
Annual Meeting 11/5/99, Invited Lecturer.
“Human Factors Engineering” Tutorial, 1999 Fall AMIA Conference. (Washington, D.C.) Elkin,
Kaihoi.
“Quality Standards in Clinical Terminology Development”, ASTM E31.01 Meeting, Chair 5/99 and
10/99
“Quality Standards in Clinical Terminology Development”, ISO TC 215 on Health Informatics Meeting,
Task Group Chair and US Delegate 5/99 (Berlin, Germany) and 11/99 (Tokyo, Japan) and 1/28/2000
(San Diego, California).
“Quality Standards in Clinical Terminology Development”, HL-7 Meeting, Invited Speaker 1/27/2000.
“Messaging Standards for Compositional Expressions”, HL-7 Meeting, Invited Speaker 1/27/2000.
“Clinical Templates Tutorial”, HL7 Winter Meeting 2001.
“A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Accuracy of Clinical Record Retrieval using SNOMED-RT as
Compared with ICD9-CM”, AMIA Fall Symposium 2001.
“Controlled Health Vocabularies”, Informatics Grand Rounds, University of Michigan 2001.
“Internal Medicine Resident Satisfaction with a Diagnostic Decision Support System (DXplain)
Introduced on a Teaching
Hospital Service”, AMIA Fall Symposium 2002.
“Drug Terminologies” AMIA Spring Symposium 2002.
“Formal Methods for Compositional Terminologies”, Informatics Grand Rounds, University of
Washington. July 2002.
“Human Factors Engineering Tutorial”, AMIA Fall Symposium from 1998 through 2002.
“Usability Workshop” Medical Informatics Europe May, 2003, St. Malo, France.
“Human Factors Engineering”, Informatics Grand Rounds, University of Lille, France. May 2003
Many Invited Lectures each year.
Computing Experience:
1978 - 1981
Systems Analyst, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
Primary responsibilities for designing, programming in RPGII, and supporting
Distributed systems and databases on IBM Minicomputers.
1986 - 1987
President and CEO, MD Designs Corporation, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Researched, developed and marketed a Medical Scheduling System.
1987 - 1990
Research Fellow, Laboratory of Computer Science, Massachusetts
General Hospital
Major Projects:
COSTAR Fellow; responsible for the ongoing development and vocabulary
maintenance of this Ambulatory Medical Record.
DXplain (A Medical Diagnostic Decision Support System); ongoing
development, and acquisition of references for each DXplain Disease.
Unified Medical Language System; manipulating controlled vocabularies.
User Interfaces; established a prototype Physician’s Workstation.
Electronic Publishing; developed the concept for and authored a program
to provide enhanced access to Electronic Medical Textbooks using Expert
System’s technology.
1996 -
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.
Major Projects:
KP - Mayo Project
Mayo - LTI Collaborative
Mayo Problem List Vocabulary
Ontology of Mayo Specific Vocabulary
Ontology of Qualifiers
Vocabulary Panel and Server for the CEMR 2.0
Usability Laboratory Test Design and Analysis
Area Medicine Web Page Development and Design
Minnesota ACP Web Page Development and Design
Opticode (for the Department of Finance)
WebEncoder (for the Department of Finance)
SmartAccess Vocabulary Server (MMV)
SmartAccess Image Management System (MMV)
“Consultant” (Expert System first developed for the VHA)
Web Computerized Physician Order Entry (WebCPOE) - DOM
PDA Based Education Resource – Department of Anesthesia
Major Research Interests:
1. Controlled Health Vocabularies
2. Information Retrieval
3. Human Factors Engineering
4. Clinical Decision Support Systems (Expert Systems)
5. Electronic Medical Records
6. Standards in Medical Nomenclature
7. Voice Recognition technology and the application of voice technology to medicine
8. Electronic Quality Monitoring
9. Biosurveillance
Grant Support
Extramural
Veterans
Administration
7/1/07-6/29
Roche Pharma
7/1/07-6/30/08
Department of
Defense
OSD06-H09
Veterans
Administration
Centers for
Disease
Control and
Prevention
HK00014
Centers for
Disease
Control, HHS
#PH000022
National
Library of
Medicine, NIH
#LM008576
VA Research
Contract
National
Library of
Medicine, NIH
#LM06918
National
Library of
Medicine, NIH
#LM05416
(renewal)
National
Library of
Medicine and
AHCPR
#HS-LM08751
Biosurveillance and Electronic Quality Monitoring
PI: Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $556,000
Benefit of Oseltamivir in the Prevention of
Complications from Influenza
PI: Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $160,000
NLP for Biosurveillance
PI: Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $10,000
POEMS eQuality Grant
PI: Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $225,000
Independent Validation and Verification of Biosense
PI: Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $2,679,000 (9/30/06-9/29/09)
BioSense: Biosurveillance Utilizing SNOMED-CT
based Natural Language Processing
Principal Investigator, Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $2,494,210 (9/30/05 – 9/30/08)
Evaluation of Interface Terminologies
Principal Investigator, Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $150,000 (3/1/05 – 2/28/08)
Independent Validation and Verification of VA and
National Standard Terminologies
Principal Investigator, Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $312,000 (1/1/05 – 2/8/06)
Controlled Vocabulary Design for Clinical
Applications
Principal Investigator, Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $946,671 (3/1/02-2/28/06)
Semantic Structures for Patient Data Retrieval
Co-Investigator, Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $349,299 (10/95-12/98) (extended to 2000)
Multi-Institutional Testbed for Clinical Vocabulary
Co-Investigator, Peter L. Elkin, MD
Budget: $762,565 (9/94-9/97)
National
Library of
Medicine
#LM06899
Veterans
Administration
Medical Concept Representation Forum
Co-Investigator, Peter L. Elkin, MD.
Budget: $50,000
Peter L. Elkin, MD, Principal Investigator
CPEP Automated QA of Disability Examinations
Budget: $141,000 (5/1/03-4/30/04)
Department of
Defense
#OSD032DH10
Catharsis, Inc.
American College
of Physicians
(ACP)
Kellogg
Corporation
Peter L. Elkin, MD, Principal Investigator
Data Mining Longitudinal Clinical Data to Detect Adverse Drug
Events
12/12/03 to 12/11/04
Budget: $100,000
Peter L. Elkin, MD, Principle Investigator
Automated Medication Safety Program
7/1/2001 to 6/30/2006
$200,000
Peter L. Elkin, MD, Principle Investigator
The PIER Project Collaborative
2/1/1999 to 2/1/2001
$25,000
Peter L. Elkin, MD, Principle Investigator
Informatics tools toward Improved Adherence with Clinician
Recommendations
1/1/97 to 1/1/2002
$25,000
Grant Support
Intramural
CE10 Program
A Controlled Evaluation of the Benefit of Introducing a Diagnostic
Decision Support System (DXplain) into the workflow of a Teaching Hospital Service.
1/1/2000 to 12/31/2000 and renewed for Dr. Elkin from 1/1/2001 to 12/31/2001.
Funding:
20% time (10% Dr. Elkin and 10% Dr. Bauer), $10,000.
Hospital Data Project
($162,578)
A method to improve data capture of diagnoses in
hospitalized patients. The system also provided a method for increased recruitment of hospitalized
patients to ongoing clinical trials.
Midas Award
($52,786)
An Automated Medication List Generation program to aggregate the current Med list from
the body of each of the clinical notes and the For All Time (FAT) Med list. This will enhance patient safety by facilitating a
better understanding of the patient’s current and historical medications.
Bibliography
Abstract and Posters:
1. “Mechanism of Adenosine Release from Cells,” Belloni FL, Elkin PL, Klibonoff D, Giannottto
B, Peripheral Circulation V(4720),Pg. 1097.
2. “The Hypertext Medical Workstation”; Elkin PL, Cimino JJ, Barnett GO; Abstract published
in the 1990 American Medical Informatics Association Spring Conference Proceedings.*
3. “The Medical Concept Space as a Model for Hypertext”; Cimino JJ, Elkin PL, Barnett GO;
Abstract published in the 1990 American Medical Informatics Association Spring Conference
Proceedings. *
4. “A Strategy to Assess the Performance of DXplain”; Feldman JM, Cimino C, Hoffer EP,
Packer MS, Elkin PL, Barnett GO; Abstract published in the 1990 American Medical
Informatics Association Spring Conference Proceedings. *
5. “Megestrol induced Adrenal Suppression”, Thome S, Elkin PL, Poster Presentation at the 1996
Minnesota ACP Meeting.
6. “Browser Independent Communication Utilizing the WWW Over a CHIN”, Elkin PL, Mohr
DN, Tuttle MS, Cole W, Atkin G, Keck K, Fisk T, Lee K, Chute CG, Proceedings of the
Spring AMIA Conference 1997. *
7. “Standard Problem List Generation, Utilizing the Mayo Canonical Vocabulary Embedded
within the Unified Medical Language System”; Elkin PL, Chute CG, et al; Internal Medicine
Research forum 1997.
8. “The Role of Compositionality in Standardized Problem List Generation.” Internal Medicine
Research forum, 1998. Elkin PL, Chute CG, et al.
9. “A Java-based Interface for Medical Research Project Classification Using Metaphrase”, Qiang
Liu, James D. Buntrock, Douglas L. Crowson, Mark S. Tuttle * , Peter L. Elkin MD, CG Chute
MD, DrPH; Mayo Clinic/Foundation, Rochester MN; * Lexical Technology, Inc., Alameda
CA. *
10. “Mayo Problem List Manager”, Mayo Foundation Technology Fair 1999; Elkin PL, Ogren PV,
Beinborn JA, Chute CG.
11. “A Large-Scale Evaluation of Terminology Integration Characteristics”, Poster - Mayo Research
Forum and the Minnesota American College of Physicians Meeting 1999; FS McDonald, CG
Chute, PV Ogren, D Wahner-Roedler, PL Elkin.
12. “An Unusual Case Of 72 Year Old Female With Cyclophosphamide Induced Uroepithelial
Injury”; Ronnier J. Aviles, M.D., Stacey Vlahakis, M.D., Peter L. Elkin, M.D. Poster - the
Minnesota American College of Physicians Meeting, (11/5/99).
13. “Cutaneous Cryptococcal Infection”; Jennifer Tozmann, Roger Aviles, Ronnier J. Aviles, MD,
Peter L. Elkin, MD; Poster - the Minnesota American College of Physicians Meeting, (11/5/99).
14. "Representation Capability of SNOMED RT and WHO ICIDH2 for Functional Status Concepts
within the CLINHAQ and HAQ". Arthritis and Rheumatism, 490, Vol 43, No9(Suppl)Sept
2000. Ruggieri AP, Elkin PL, Michet CJ, Ytterberg SR, Matteson EL.
15. “Mayo Vocabulary Processor”, Mayo Foundation Technology Fair 2000; Elkin PL, Ogren PV,
Beinborn JA, Chute CG.
16. “Results of a Survey Regarding the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in
Patients seen at Mayo Clinic." Journal of General Internal Medicine: page 277 Supplement 1,
Volume 18, April 2003. Elkin PL, Lee MC, Vincent A, Gay RE, Loehrer, LL, Koletowo AA,
Pankratz VS, Bauer BA.
17. “Efficacy of a Computerized Physician Order Entry and Decision Support System in a Hospital
Setting”. MedInfo 2004, John T. Chow, MD and Peter L. Elkin, MD
18. “COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE USE BY PATIENTS IN A
MULTIDISCIPLINARY SPINE CENTER”, North American Spine Society meeting 2003,
Ralph Gay1, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler1, Peter Elkin1, Brent Bauer1, Randy Shelerud
19. " Introduction of Complementary and Integrative Medicine by General Internists into the
Practice of an Academic Medical Center" DL Wahner-Roedler, PLElkin, AVincent,
T.Schilling, MC Lee, LL Loehrer, BA Bauer Journal of General Internal Medicine , Volume
19, Supplement 1, page 107, April 2004
20. “Use of Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) Therapies by Female Patients Seen in
a Fibromyalgia Clinic of a Tertiary Care Center ", DLWR, THO, JMT, REG, PL Elkin, AV,
MCL, LLL, JNM, BAB, Journal of Women's Health Vol 13, No4, p 463, May 2004
21. " Use of Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapies by Patients seen in a Fibromyalgia
Clinic of a Tertiary Care Center", D.L. Wahner-Roedler, T.H. Oh, J.M.Thompson,R.E. Gay, P.L.
Elkin, A. Vincent, M.C. Lee, L.L.Loehrer, J.N. Mandrekar and B.A.Bauer, Revista Clinica
Espanola, Vol 204, Supplement1, page 379, Sept. 2004.
22. EJ Buenz, DJ Schnepple, BA Bauer, PL Elkin, JM Riddle, TJ Motley. Bioprospecting Historic
Herbal Texts with Bioinformatics. International Congress on Natural Products Research. July 2003.
23. DL Wahner-Roedler, BA Bauer, PL Elkin. WHO MAKES THE DIAGNOSIS AT AN ACADEMIC
MEDICAL CENTER: THE ROLE OF CLINICAL SKILLS AND DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULTS.
SGIM 28th Annual Meeting 2005.
24. Wahner-Roedler, Dietlind; Elkin, Peter; Vincent, Ann; Loehrer, Laura; Cha, Stephen, Bauer,
Brent. “Physicians' Attitudes Towards Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Their
Knowledge of Specific Therapies: A Survey at an Academic Medical Center”,
25. Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler, MD; Ann Vincent, MD; Peter L.Elkin, MD; Laura L. Loehrer;
Stephen S. Cha, MS; Brent A. Bauer, MD, The North American Research Conference on
Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2006. “Gender-Specific Use of Complementary and
Alternative Medicine: Results of a Survey of Patients Seen at Different Specialty Areas in a
Tertiary-Care Center.” Gender Medicine. 2006; vol. 3, suppl A: 566-7.
26. Sensitivity and Specificity of a Quantitative D-Dimer Latex Immunoassay for the Diagnosis of Acute
Pulmonary Embolism as Defined by Multidetector-Row Computed Tomographic Angiography,
Journal of General Internal Medicine, April 2006 (Vol. 21, Issue s4).
27. Serum Proteomic Profiles in Giant Cell Myocarditis: Altered Expression of Immune Response and
Lipid Metabolism Proteins Oyere K. Onuma, Sreekumar Raghavakaimal, Peter L. Elkin, Leslie T.
Cooper, ACC Meeting 2007, 801-3, New Orleans, LA.
28. Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler, Jeffrey M. Thompson, Connie A. Luedtke, Susan M. King, Stephen
S. Cha, Peter L. Elkin, Barbara K. Bruce, Cynthia O. Townsend, Jody Bergeson, Andrea
Eickhoff, Laura L. Loehrer; Amit Sood, Brent A. Bauer: Effect of Revival Soy on Fibromyalgia
Symptoms: A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo Controlled Trial Forsch Komplementärmed
2007;14 (supp1): 25
Book Reviews and Newsletters:
1. “Fig. P” by Biosoft, a Software Review, JAMA, June 20, 1990-Vol 263, No. 23.
2. “A Patient’s Guide to Low Back Pain” by Sechrest, a Software Review, JAMA Nov 2, 1994-Vol
272, No. 17.
3. “medical informatics” by de Dombal T, a Book Review, Proceedings of the Mayo Clinic 5/97.
4. “Computerizing Large Integrated Health Networks: The VA Success” ed by Kolodner RM, Springer
1997,
Proceedings of the Mayo Clinic January 1998.
5. “Medical Informatics” the Internal Medicine Newsletter, Mayo Clinic July, 1997.
6. “Web Doctor” by Sharp RM , Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 1999.
7. “Medical Information: A users guide to Informatics and Decision Making”, by Jordan TJ, Mayo
Clinic Proceedings 2002.
8. “Clinical Information Systems: A component-Based Approach”, by Rudi Van de Velde and Patrice
Degoulet, Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2003.
Letters to the Editor:
1. “Effects of Diet and Exercise on Cholesterol Levels”; Elkin PL, Bauer BA, for the Mayo
Adherence Working Group. NEJM Nov 19, 1998 Vol 339, No 21, p 1552-3.
2. “Cyclophosphamide-associated uroepithelial toxicity”; Ronnier J. Aviles, M.D., Stacey Vlahakis,
M.D., Peter L. Elkin, M.D. Annals of Internal Medicine 131 (7):549, 1999 Oct. 5.
3. “UMLS Concept Indexing for Production Databases: A Feasibility Study”; Furman S. McDonald
MD, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2001;Vol. (8),
Num (5), September/October,2001, PP. 512-515.
Monographs / Book Chapters:
1. “Standard specification of Quality Indicators for Controlled Health Vocabularies”,
Peter L. Elkin, MD, et al., ASTM / ANSI Standard (ASTM E2087).
2. “Health informatics . Controlled health vocabularies - Vocabulary structure and high-level
indicators”, Peter L. Elkin, MD, et al. ISO TC 215 Technical Specification ( TS17117).
3. “Health Indicators: Definitions, Relationships and Attributes”, Peter L. Elkin, MD, et al.NWIP ISO
Technical Specification.
4. “EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT (E&M) CODING SYSTEM”, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Patent
Pending.
5. “The Role of Terminology in Future Health Information Systems.” In: HealthePeople:
Transformation to Person-Centered Health Systems. Brown SH, Elkin PL. Editors: Demetriades JE,
Kolodner RM, Christopherson G. Springer ISBN 0-387-23282-6 2005.
6. “BioInformatics: An Overview”, In Primer on Medical Genomics Elkin, PL. Editors Tefferi,
Ayalew, Spelsberg, TC.
7. “Standardization of Microarray and Pharmacogenomics Data”, Methods in Molecular Biology,
Bioinformatics and Drug Discovery, Humana Press 2005 eISBN 1-59259-964-8, Editor: Richard S.
Larson, MD, PhD, Authors: Casey Husser, Jeffrey Buchhalter, O. Scott Raffo, Amnon Shabo,
Steven Brown and Peter L. Elkin
8. “Text Processing”, in “Aspects of Electronic Health Record Systems”, Springer-Verlag, 2005, ISBN
0-387-29154-7; Editor: Harold Lehman, MD, PhD, Author: Peter L. Elkin
9. “Information from the Internet: Challenges for patients and physicians”, BA Bauer, PL Elkin,
Informa UK, ltd. 2006; Editors: Chun-Su Yuan, Eric J Bieber, Brent A Bauer.
Papers (Published Peer Reviewed Articles):
1. “The Mechanism of Adenosine Release From Hypoxic Rat Liver Cells;” Belloni FL, Elkin PL,
Giannotto B, British Journal of Pharmacology, 1985;June 85(2):441-6.
2. “Mapping to MeSH”; Elkin PL, Cimino JJ, Lowe HJ, Aronow DB, Payne TH, Pincetl PS, Barnett
GO; IEEE Proceedings of the 12th Annual Symposium on Computers and Medical Care 1988; p.
185-190.
3. “Automated Batch Searching of MEDLINE for DXplain”; Elkin PL, McLatchey J, Packer M,
Hoffer E, Cimino C, Studney D, Barnett GO;IEEE proceedings 13th Annual Symposium on
Computers and Medical Care 1989, p. 436-40
4. “Evolution of Dxplain: A Decision Support System”; Packer MS, Hoffer EP, Barnett GO,
Famiglietti KT, Kim RJ, McLatchey JP, Elkin PL, Cimino CC, Studney DR IEEE Proceedings of
the 13th Annual Symposium on Computers and Medical Care 1989, p. 949-53.
5. “Closing the Loop on Diagnostic Decision Support Systems”; Elkin PL, Barnett GO, Famiglietti
KT, Kim RJ; Proceedings of the 14th Annual Symposium on Computers and Medical Care 1990,
p. 589-594.
6. “Dxplain - Important Issues in the Development of a Computer Based Decision Support System”;
Barnett GO, Hoffer EP, Elkin PL; IEEE Proceedings of the 14th Annual Symposium on
Computers and Medical Care 1990, p. 1013-17.
7. “As We May Think: The Concept Space and Medical Hypertext”; Cimino JJ, Elkin PL, Barnett
GO; Computers and Biomedical Research, 1992 June; 25, p. 238-63.
8. “Planning and Implementing the Enterprise Problem-Centric, Episode-Based EMR”, Journal of
the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) Suppl. 1996, Carpenter P, Mohr D, Claus
P, Higgins M, Suermondt J, Elkin PL
9. “59-year-old man with right hip pain.” Mayo Clin Proc. 1998 Jun;73(6):541-4.. Nijawan P, Elkin
PL.
10. “Medical Knowledge Representation: From a Clinically Derived Lexicon to Understanding”; Elkin
PL, Chute CG. Proceedings: Toward An Electronic Patient Record 1997.
11. “Standard Problem List Generation, Utilizing the Mayo Canonical Vocabulary Embedded within
the Unified Medical Language System”; Elkin PL, Chute CG, et al; Journal of the American
Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) Suppl 1997, p. 500-504.
12. “A clinically derived terminology: qualification to reduction.” Journal of the American Medical
Informatics Association (JAMIA) Suppl 1997, p. 570-574. Chute CG, Elkin PL.
13. “The Role of Compositionality in Standardized Problem List Generation.” in Safran(ed), Medinfo
Proceedings, 1998. Elkin PL, Chute CG, et al.
14. “Aiming for Systems that Really Work: What Vendors Have, What Providers Need”; JAMIA Suppl
1997. Carpenter PC, Claus PL, Elkin PL, Mohr DN, Gibbons P.
15. “Supporting Postcoordination in an Electronic Problem List”; Journal of the American Medical
Informatics Association Suppl 1997 p. 955; Keck KD, Campbell KE, Chute CG, Elkin PL, Tuttle
MS, Cole WG.
16. “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Automated Term Composition”, JAMIA Supplement 11/1998.
Elkin PL, Bailey K, Chute CG. *
17. “User Directed Composition of Medical Problems”, Elkin, Chute. EPRIMP October 1998.
18. “A Clinical Terminology in the Post Modern Era: Pragmatic Problem List Development”, JAMIA
Supplement 11/1998. Chute CG, Elkin PL, Fenton SH, Atkin GE.
19. “Terminology and Clinical Concepts: The Bricks and Substance of an EPR”; CG Chute, PL Elkin,
Proceedings of the EPRIMP Conference, Rotterdam Netherlands 10/98.
20. “A Java based Tool for Entry of a Medical Problem List, which Accesses a Remote Large Scale
Enterprise Vocabulary Server”; Peter L. Elkin, MD, Mark Tuttle, Kevin Keck, Geoffrey Atkin,
Christopher G. Chute, MD, DrPH, JAMIA Supplement 1998.
21. “Metaphrase: an aid to the clinical conceptualization and formalization of patient problems in
healthcare enterprises.” Methods of Information in Medicine. 37(4-5):373-83, 1998 Nov. Tuttle
MS. Olson NE. Keck KD. Cole WG. Erlbaum MS. Sherertz DD. Chute CG. Elkin PL. Atkin
GE. Kaihoi BH. Safran C. Rind D. Law V.
22. “Desciderata for a Clinical Terminology Server”, JAMIA Suppl. 1999; CG Chute, PL Elkin, DD
Sheretz, MS Tuttle.
23. “Barriers to the Clinical Implementation of Compositionality”, JAMIA Suppl. 1999; LK
McKnight, PL Elkin, PV Ogren, CG Chute.**
Papers (Published Peer Reviewed Articles): (continued)
24. “A Large-Scale Evaluation of Terminology Integration Characteristics”, JAMIA Suppl. 1999; FS
McDonald, CG Chute, PV Ogren, D Wahner-Roedler, PL Elkin.
25. “A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Trial of Automated Term Dissection”, JAMIA Suppl.
1999; PL Elkin, KR Bailey, PV Ogren, BA Bauer, CG Chute.
26. “Human Interfaces: Face-to-Face with the Problem List.”, Proc AMIA Annu Fall Symp. 1999;(12):1204. Campbell JR, Elkin PL.
27. “Guideline for the Achievement of Comparable Data When Evaluating Controlled Health
Vocabularies”, Proceedings of the INFOcus Symposium 2000. PL Elkin, CG Chute.
28. “Terminology Services as Software Components: An Architecture and Preliminary Efforts”,
Proceedings, IMIA Working Group 6 Conference 2000. CG Chute, HR Solbrig, PL Elkin.
29. “Semantic Augmentation of Description Logic based Terminologies”, Proceedings, IMIA Working
Group 6 Conference 2000. Elkin PL, Harris M, Ogren PV, Buntrock JD, Brown SH, Solbrig HR,
Chute CG.
30. “A Formal Approach to Integrating Synonyms with a Reference Terminology.” JAMIA
2000;SympSuppl. Solbrig HR, Elkin PL, Ogren PV, Chute CG.
31. “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Concept-based Indexing of Web Page Content.” JAMIA
Symposia Suppl., 2000. Elkin PL, Ruggieri AP, Bergstrom L, Bauer BA, Lee M, Ogren PV, Chute
CG.
32. “The Content Coverage and Organizational Structure of Terminologies: The Example of Postoperative pain.” JAMIA Symposia Suppl., 2000. Harris MR, Graves JR, Herrick LM, Elkin PL,
Chute CG.
33. “Representation by Standard Terminologies of Health Status Concepts Contained in Two Health
Status Assessment Instruments Used in Rheumatic Disease Management.” JAMIA Symposia Suppl.,
2000 Ruggieri AP, Elkin PL, Chute CG.
34. “Toward Standardization of Electronic Guideline Representation”, MD Computing, 11/ 2000, p3944; PL Elkin, M Peleg, R Lacson, E Bernstam, R Greenes, EH Shortliffe.
35. Harris MR. Graves JR. Solbrig HR. Elkin PL. Chute CG. Embedded structures and representation of
nursing knowledge. [Review] [42 refs] [Journal Article. Review. Review, Tutorial] Journal of the
American Medical Informatics Association. 7(6):539-49, 2000 Nov-Dec.
36. “Optimization of a Research Web Environment for Academic Internal Medicine Faculty”, JAMIA, in
J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2002 Sep-Oct;9(5):472-8.; Peter L. Elkin, MD, Barb Sorensen, Diane De
Palo, PhD, Greg Poland, MD, Kent R. Bailey, PhD, Douglas L. Wood, MD, Nicholas F. LaRusso,
MD.
37. Guideline for Health Informatics, Controlled health vocabularies - Vocabulary structure and highlevel indicators” in Patel(ed), Medinfo Proceedings, 2001. Elkin PL, Brown SH, Chute CG.
Papers (Published Peer Reviewed Articles): (continued)
38. Internal Medicine Resident Satisfaction with a Diagnostic Decision Support System (DXplain)
Introduced on a Teaching Hospital Service. JAMIA Symp. Suppl. 2002, Brent A. Bauer, MD,
Mark Lee, MD, Larry Bergstrom, MD, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD, John Bundrick, MD, Scott
Litin, MD, Edward Hoffer, MD, Kathleen Famiglietti, Richard Kim, G. Octo Barnett, MD, Peter
L. Elkin, MD.
39. A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Accuracy of Clinical Record Retrieval using SNOMED-RT
as Compared with ICD9-CM, JAMIA Suppl. 2001, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Alexander P. Ruggieri,
MD, Steven H. Brown, MD, James Buntrock, Brent A. Bauer, MD, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler,
MD, Scott Litin, MD, Julie Beinborn, Kent R. Bailey, PhD, Larry Bergstrom, MD
40. Usability Evaluation of the Progress Note Construction Set, JAMIA Symposium Suppl. 2001,
Steven H. Brown, MS MD, Shawn Hardenbrook MSW, Linda Herrick RN PhD, Judith St. Onge
RN PhD, Peter L. Elkin MD.
41. Expression of a Domain Ontology Model in Unified Modeling Language for the World Health
Organization International Classification of Impairment, Disability and Handicap, Version 2.,
JAMIA Symposium Suppl. 2001; Alexander P. Ruggieri, M.D., Peter L. Elkin, M.D., Harold
Solbrig, Christopher G. Chute, M.D. DrPH.
42. Design and Evaluation of a Domain Name Specification, JAMIA July 2001, Steven H. Brown,
MD, Shawn Hardenbrook MSW, Paul Carpenter, MD, Judith St. Onge RN PhD, Peter L. Elkin
MD
43. “Exogenous Triiodothyronine (T3) Thyrotoxicosis Triggered by the Ingestion of Tiratricol, a
Recalled Dietary Supplement”; Mayo Clin Proc. 2002 Jun;77(6):587-90. Brent A. Bauer, M.D.,
Peter L. Elkin, M.D., Dana Erickson M.D., and Michael D. Brennan M.D.
44. “An Expert Computer System for Monitoring Adverse Drug Events”; HIMSS Proceedings, Feb.
2001. Peter L. Elkin, MD, Linda Herrick, RN, PhD, Pam Johnson, RN, Natalie Atkins, RN, Lisa
Carter, RN, Bob Kennelly, Elizabeth Mroz, RN, Karen Lee, Brent A. Bauer, MD.
45. “A Formal Representation for Messages Containing Compositional Expressions.” Int J Med Inf.
2003 Sep;71(2-3):89-102. Peter L. Elkin, M.D., Steven H. Brown, M.D., Michael Hogarth, MD,
Michael Lincoln, MD, Alan Rector, M.D., Ph.D.
46. “Automated Enhancement of Description Logic Defined Terminologies to Facilitate Mapping to
ICD9-CM”, J Biomed Inform. 2002 Oct-Dec;35(5-6):281-8.; Peter L. Elkin, MD, Steven H.
Brown, MD
47. “An Object Oriented Approach to Medical Reasoning,” Healthcare IT Advisory Report October
2002, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Alexander P. Ruggieri, MD, Steven H. Brown, MD, Brent A. Bauer,
MD, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD, Larry Bergstrom, MD, Alfred Bove, MD
48. “Conceptual Relativity”, Submitted to Science, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Arun Majumdar, John Sowa,
PhD, Steven H. Brown, MD
49. “Initializing the VA Medication Reference Terminology Using UMLS Metathesaurus CoOccurrences”, JAMIA Suppl. 2002, John S. Carter, MBA1,2, Steven H. Brown, MD, MS3,4, Mark
S. Erlbaum, MD, MS2, William Gregg, MD4, Peter L. Elkin, MD5, Ted Speroff, PhD4, Mark S.
Tuttle, FACMI2
50. “A Controlled Trial of Physicians’ and Patients’ Ability to Distinguish Authoritative from
Misleading Complementary and Alternative Medicine Web Sites”, Journal of Cancer Integrative
Medicine Fall 2003 Vol(1) No(1) p. 48-54; Brent A. Bauer, MD, Mark C. Lee, MD, Dietlind
Wahner-Roedler, MD, V. Shane Pankratz, PhD, Peter L. Elkin, MD.
51. “Adult Henoch-Schönlein Purpura: A case report of a 28-year old with HSP and renal
insufficiency”, Submitted to Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, Sean Haney, M.D, Amy S.
Oxentenko, M.D, Peter L. Elkin, MD
52. “BioInformatics”; Mayo Clinic Proceedings January 14, 2003:78:57-64, Peter L. Elkin, MD
53. “A formal representation for messages containing compositional expressions.” Int J Med
Inform2003 Sep;71(2-3):89-102. Elkin PL, Brown SH, Lincoln MJ, Hogarth M, Rector A
54. “A Systematic Review of the Health Level 7 Reference Information Model”, Healthcare IT
Advisory Report, August 2002, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Steven H. Brown, MD, Alexander Ruggieri,
MD, Brent A. Bauer, MD, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD, Calvin Beebe, Robert Dolin, MD.
55. “Continuing Medical Education and Patient Safety: An Agenda for Lifelong Learning”, JAMIA
Vol(9) Num (6) Nov/Dec 2002 p. s128, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Paul N. Gorman, MD.
Papers (Published Peer Reviewed Articles): (continued)
56. “Guideline and Quality Indicators for Development, Purchase and Use of Controlled health
vocabularies”. International Journal of Medical Informatics, Vol 68/1-3 pp 175-186, Sep 2002,
Peter L. Elkin, MD, Steven H. Brown, MD, John Carter, Brent A. Bauer, MD, Dietlind WahnerRoedler, MD, Larry Bergstrom, MD, Mark Pittelkow, MD, Cornelius Rosse, MD, D.Sc.
57. “Sensitivity and Specificity of a Plasma Fibrin D-Dimer Assay For the Diagnosis of Acute
Pulmonary Embolism as Defined by Computed Tomographic Angiography”, Mayo Clin Proc.
2004 Feb;79(2):164-8., David A. Froehling, M.D., Peter L. Elkin, M.D., Stephen J. Swensen,
M.D., John A. Heit, M.D., V. Shane Pankratz, Ph.D., Jay H. Ryu, M.D.
58. “A Controlled Trial of Automated Classification of Negation from Clinical Notes”, BMC Med
Inform Decis Mak. 2005 May 5;5(1):13., P. L. Elkin, MD; Steven H. Brown, MD; Brent A. Bauer,
MD, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD; Bill Carruth, Larry Bergstrom, MD.
59. “Evaluation of SNOMED CT’s coverage of Oncology Indications”, Proc AMIA Symp. 2003;:1159, SH Brown, MD, BA Bauer, MD, D Wahner-Roedler, MD, PL Elkin, MD
60. “The Usability of Distance Learning”, IMIA W2 2003 Symposium Suppl., Peter L. Elkin, MD,
Brent A. Bauer, MD, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD, Mark Lee, MD, Brian Kaihoi.
61. “Data Representation in Healthcare: A design for a freely-available openly-developed
international reference terminology for healthcare.”, Stud Health Technol Inform. 2003;95:427-32,
Peter L. Elkin, MD, Steven H. Brown, MD, Michael J. Lincoln, MD, Mark Pittelkow, MD, Brent
A. Bauer, MD, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD, Rhonda Thomas, PhD, Larry Bergstrom, MD.
62. “A Controlled Trial of Concept-based Indexing vs. Keyword Indexing of the University of Texas
M D Anderson Cancer Center’s CIMER Internet Site”, Submitted MIE 2005, Brent A. Bauer, MD,
Mark C. Lee, MD, Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler, MD, Steven H. Brown, MD, Karen Lee, Catherine
D Kirkwood, MPH, John L. Phelps, Peter L. Elkin, MD.
63. “Adequacy of representation of the National Drug File Reference Terminology Physiologic Effects
reference hierarchy for commonly prescribed medications”, Proc AMIA Symp. 2003;:569-78. ST
Rosenbloom, J Awad, T Speroff, PL Elkin, BA Bauer, DL Wahner-Roedler, M Lee, SH Brown.
64. “An Evaluation of the Content Coverage of SNOMED-CT for Clinical Problem Lists “,Mayo Clin
Proc. 2006 Jun;81(6):741-8. June 2006, Peter L. Elkin, MD1, Steven H. Brown, MD2, Casey
Husser, MD1, Brent A. Bauer, MD1, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD1, S. Trent Rosenbloom, MD2,
Ted Speroff, PhD
65. “VA National Drug File Reference Terminology: A Cross-Institutional Content Coverage Study”,
Medinfo. 2004;2004:477-81., Steven H. Brown MD1,2, Peter L. Elkin MD3, S. Trent Rosenbloom
MD2, Casey Husser, MD3, Brent A. Bauer, MD3, Michael J. Lincoln MD1,5, John Carter MBA4,
Mark Erlbaum MD4,Mark S. Tuttle FACMI
66. “Generating Complex Clinical Documents Using Structured Entry and Reporting”, Medinfo.
2004;2004:683-7. S. Trent Rosenblooma, Wendy Kiepeka, John Bellettib, Perry Adamsa, Kiki
Shuxteaua, Kevin B. Johnsona, Peter L. Elkinc, Edward K. Shultz
67. “Evaluation of SNOMED-CT Coverage of Veterans Health Administration Terms”, Medinfo.
2004;2004:540-544. Janet FE Penz a, Steven H Brown b, John S Carter c, Peter L Elkin d, Viet N
Nguyen e, Shannon A Sims f, Michael J Lincoln.
68. “Use of Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) Therapies by Patients Seen in Different
Specialty Areas in a Tertiary Care Center”, Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative
Medicine, Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler, M.D.; Ralph E. Gay, M.D.; Peter L. Elkin, M.D.; Mark C.
Lee, M.D.; Ann Vincent, M.D.; Laura L. Loehrer; Abdul-Azeez Koletowo; Vernon S. Pankratz,
Ph.D.; Brent A. Bauer, M.D.
Papers (Published Peer Reviewed Articles): (continued)
69. “Use of Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) Therapies by Patients Seen in a
Fibromyalgia Clinic of a Tertiary Care Center”, Mayo Clin Proc 2005 Jan; 80(1):55-60, Dietlind
L. Wahner-Roedler, M.D.; Peter L. Elkin, M.D.; Terry H. Oh, M.D.; Jeffery M. Thompson, M.D.;
Ralph E. Gay, M.D.; Mark C. Lee, M.D.; Ann Vincent, M.D.; Laura L. Loehrer; Abdul-Azeez
Koletowo; V. Shane Pankratz, Ph.D.; Brent A. Bauer, M.D.
70. “Bioprospecting Historic Herbal Texts – Hunting for New Leads in Old Tomes”, Eric J Buenz,
David J Schnepple, Brent A Bauer, Peter L Elkin, John M Riddle, Timothy J Motley. Trends
Pharmacol Sci. 2004 Sep;25(9):494-8..
71. “SmartAccess Management System for Images (SAMSI): A Methodology for Automated
Unification and Archival of Medical Images with Conceptually Codified Data from the Electronic
Medical Record.” Submitted Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Casey S Husser, MD1, Mark R Pittelkow,
MD1, Brent A Bauer, MD1, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD1, Zelalem Temesgen, MD1, Karen E
Lee1, Peter L Elkin, MD1 ***
72. “Exploiting ebXML Semantic Constructs for Handling Archetype Metadata in Health
Informatics.” Int. J. Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2006. Asuman Dogac,
Gokce Laleci, Yildiray Kabak, Seda Unal, Thomas Beale, Sam Heard, Peter Elkin, Farrukh Najmi,
Carl Mattocks, David Webber.
73. “Ontologic hierarchical Distance Identification Network (ODIN).” Submitted JAMIA suppl,
2006, Peter L. Elkin, MD1, Arun Majumdar4, Steven H. Brown, MD, MS 2, 3 S. Trent Rosenbloom,
MD MPH2, John F. Sowa, PhD4, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, MD1, Brent A. Bauer, MD1, Zelalem
Temesgen, MD1, Luka Bajzer1
74. “Six Questions on the Construction of Ontologies in Biomedicine.” Submitted JAMIA Suppl.
2005, Anand Kumara, Anita Burgunb, Werner Ceustersc, James Ciminod, James Davise, Peter
Elkinf, Ira Kaletg, Alan Rectorh, Jim Ricei, Jeremy Rogersh, Stephan Schulzj, Kent Spackmanl,
Davide Zaccaginim, Pierre Zweigenbaumn, Barry Smitha,k
75. “Modeling Structural Evolution in a Reference Terminology.” In press, MedNet 2006. S. Trent
Rosenbloom, MD MPH 1, Peter L. Elkin, MD 2, Luka Bajzer 2, John S. Carter, MBA 3, Steven H.
Brown, MD, MS 1, 4
76. “Development of a Complementary and Alternative Medicine Programme at an Academic
Medical Centre” Evidence Based Integrative Medicine 2005; 2(1) 9-12. Dietlind WahnerRoedler, Peter L. Elkin, Ann Vincent, Laura L Loehrer, Tiffani D. Schilling and Brent A Bauer.
77. “Using SNOMED-CT as a Reference Terminology: Mapping VA Disability Terminology to ICD9-CM”, in press Medinfo 2007, Steven H. Brown, MD, Casey Husser, MD, Dietlind WahnerRoedler, MD, Sandra Bailey, Linda Nugent, RHIA, Karla Porter, RHIA, Brent A. Bauer, MD,
Peter L. Elkin, MD
78. “A Diagnostic Decision Support System (DXplain) Can Decrease Costs for Diagnostically
Challenging Cases”, Submitted to the Annals of Internal Medicine, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Mark
Liebow, MD, Brent A. Bauer, MD, Swarna S. Chaliki, MD, Larry R. Bergstrom, MD, Dietlind L.
Wahner-Roedler, MD, John B. Bundrick, MD, Mark C. Lee, MD, Steven H. Brown, MD, William
C. Mundell, MD, David A. Froehling, MD, Kent R. Bailey, PhD, Casey S. Husser, MD, Kathleen
Famiglietti, Richard J. Kim, Ed Hoffer, MD, Mitchell Feldman, MD, G. Octo Barnett, MD.
79. “Human Factors Engineering for clinical applications”, in press International Journal of Medical
Informatics, Marie-Catherine BEUSCART-ZEPHIRa, , Peter ELKINb and Sylvia PELAYO
80. “Dealing with Negative Findings in Referent Tracking”, in press International Journal of Medical
Informatics, Werner CEUSTERSa, Barry SMITHb and Peter ELKINc
81. “68-year-old man with fatigue, fever, and weight loss.”, Mayo Clin Proc. 2005 Jul;80(7):939-42. ,
Gangat N, Lin Y, Elkin PL.
82. “Standardization of microarray and pharmacogenomics data.”, Methods Mol Biol. 2006;316:11157. Review, Husser CS, Buchhalter JR, Raffo OS, Shabo A, Brown SH, Lee KE, Elkin PL.
83. “SNOMED CT®: Utility for a General Medical Evaluation Template”, AMIA Annu Symp Proc.
2006;:101-5. Steven H. Brown MS MD1,2, Peter L. Elkin MD3 Brent A. Bauer MD BA3, Dietlind
Wahner-Roedler MD3, Casey S. Husser MD3, Zelalem Temesgen, MD3, Shawn P. Hardenbrook
MSW1, Elliot M. Fielstein PhD1,2, S. Trent Rosenbloom MD MPH2.
Papers (Published Peer Reviewed Articles): (continued)
“Interface terminologies: facilitating direct entry of clinical data into electronic health record
systems.”, J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2006 May-Jun;13(3):277-88. Epub 2006 Feb 24. Review.,
Rosenbloom ST, Miller RA, Johnson KB, Elkin PL, Brown SH.
85. “eQuality: Automatic Assessment from Narrative Clinical Reports”, In press, Mayo Clin Proc.
2006;81(11):1472-1481, Steven H. Brown MS MD, Theodore Speroff PhD, Elliot M. Fielstein
PhD, Brent A. Bauer MD, Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler MD, Robert Greevy PhD, Peter L. Elkin
MD
86. “Improving Confidence in Safety in Clinical Drug Development”, ACRP Monitor Vol (20) Issue
(5) October, 2006. Barry Hardy, PhD, Peter L. Elkin, MD, Jim Averback, MS, A Leander
Fontaine, MD, PhD, Sidney Kahn, MD, PhD.
87. Ammenwerth E, Talmon J, Ash JS, Bates DW, Beuscart-Zephir MC, Duhamel A, Elkin PL,
Gardner RM, Geissbuhler A. Impact of CPOE on Mortality Rates - ontradictory Findings,
Important Messages. Methods Inf Med. 2006;45(6):586-93.
88. “Categorical information in pharmaceutical terminologies”. Carter JS, Brown SH, Bauer BA,
Elkin PL, Erlbaum MS, Froehling DA, Lincoln MJ, Rosenbloom ST, Wahner-Roedler DL, Tuttle
MS. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2006;:116-20.
89. “The Human Factors Engineering approach to biomedical informatics projects: state of the art, results,
84.
benefits and challenges.” IMIA Yearbook 2007. Marie-Catherine BEUSCART-ZEPHIR*, Peter ELKIN**,
Sylvia PELAYO*, Regis BEUSCART
90. “Using SNOMED CT to Represent Two Interface Terminologies”, S. Trent Rosenbloom MD
MPH1, Steven H. Brown MS MD1, David Froehling MD2, Brent A. Bauer MD2, Dietlind WahnerRoedler MD2, William M. Gregg MD1, Peter L. Elkin MD, submitted to JAMIA.
91. “Biosurveillance Evaluation of SNOMED CT’s Terminology (BEST Trial): Coverage of Chief
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* Awarded the Homer R. Warner prize for the outstanding paper at the 1998 Fall Symposium
of the American Medical Informatics Association.
** Nominated for Best Paper, Fall AMIA Symposium 1999.
*** Winner of the Theyer Award for Outstanding Article in the field of Anesthesia.

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