Andrew M. Snyder

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This study used a novel hidden maze learning test to examine the nature and magnitude of impairment on separable aspects of executive function in 36 children with ADHD. A within-subject analysis of children with ADHD was also conducted to assess cognitive effects of open-label stimulant treatment. Compared to 31 age-matched controls, unmedicated children(More)
Teleradiology allows contemporaneous interpretation of imaging exams performed at some distance from the interpreting radiologist. The transmitted images are usually static. However, there is benefit to real-time review of full-motion ultrasound (US) exams as they are performed. Telesonography is transmission of full-motion sonographic data to a remote(More)
Recent federal regulations mandate the privacy and security of healthcare data at a level never previously contemplated; compliance with those requirements will require a complete rethinking of how data is utilized, stored, and transmitted. To better understand these issues in the context of a modern distributed system, our research group is developing a(More)
The Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 called for new standards to be set in the health industry. These standards included new privacy and security laws along with more administrative reform. In the long run, these new standards are supposed to save the healthcare industry time and money. One of the security standards calls for(More)
• Objective: To determine the utility and predictive value of a survey tool for prospective pediatric health care utilization and risk stratification. • Design: Prospective cohort study. • Methods: We analyzed 872 questionnaires from the general population of parents with children younger than age 18 years and linked responses to utilization and claims(More)
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