Curtis P. Langlotz, MD, PhD

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Professor of Radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Radiology
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Contact information
Radiology Administration, Penn Tower Lobby Level
399 South 34th Street, Suite 100
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-2836
Fax: 215-349-5925
A.B. (Human Biology-With Distinction)
Stanford University, 1981.
M.S. (Computer Science)
Stanford University, 1983.
Ph.D. (Medical Information Science)
Stanford University, 1989.
M.D. (Medicine)
Stanford University, 1989.
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Selected Publications

Langlotz, C. P.: Structured radiology reporting: Are we there yet? Radiology 253(1): 23-5, Oct 2009.

Paulett, J. M. and Langlotz, C. P.: Improving language models for radiology speech recognition. J Biomed Informatics 42(1): 52-58, Feb 2009.

Boonn, W., Nagy, P., Langlotz C. P.: Radiologist use of and perceived need for patient data access. J Digit Imaging 22(4): 357-62, Aug 2009.

Weiss, D. L. and Langlotz, C. P.: Structured reporting: Patient care enhancement or productivity nightmare? Radiology 249: 739-47, Dec 2008.

Dunnick, N. R., Langlotz, C. P.: The radiology report of the future: A summary of the 2007 Intersociety Conference. J Am Coll Radiology 5(5): 626-9, May 2008.

Sistrom, C. L., Langlotz, C. P.: A framework for improving radiology reporting. J Am Coll Radiology 2(2): 159-67, Feb 2005.

Langlotz, C. P.: Fundamental measures of diagnostic examination performance: Usefulness for clinical decision making and research. Radiology 228(1): 3-9, Jul 2003.

Langlotz, C. P., Caldwell, S. A.: The completeness of existing lexicons for representing radiology report information. J Digit Imaging 15(Suppl 1): 201-5, 2002.

Langlotz, C. P., Meininger, L.: Enhancing the expressiveness and usability of structured image reporting systems. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of the American Medical Informatics Association Page: 467-71, 2000.

Redfern, R. O., Kundel, H. L., Polansky, M., Langlotz, C. P. Horii, S. C. Lanken, P. N.: A picture archival and communication system shortens delays in obtaining radiographic information in a medical intensive care unit. Critical Care Medicine 28(4): 1006-13, Apr 2000.

The Evidence-Based Radiology Working Group: Evidence-based radiology: A new approach to teaching the practice of radiology. Radiology 220: 566-575, 2001.

Cancer Informatics: Creating a Knowledge Management Infrastructure for Cancer. Silva, J. S., Ball, M. J., Scherlis, W., Langlotz, C. P., Chute, C. G., Douglas, J. V. (eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York, 2001.

Langlotz, C. P.: Overcoming barriers to outcomes research on imaging: lessons from an abstract decision model. Academic Radiology 6(Suppl 1): S29-34, Jan 1999.

Blackmore, C. C., Black, W. C., Jarvik, J. G., Langlotz, C. P.: A critical synopsis of the diagnostic and screening radiology outcomes literature. Academic Radiology 6(Suppl 1): S8-18, Jan 1999.

Langlotz, C. P., Pratt, H. M., Kundel, H. L.: Cost of PACS and computed radiography in the United States. Radiology Page: 554-6, 1998.

Yin, D., Forman, H. P., Langlotz, C. P.: Evaluating health services: The importance of patients' preferences and quality of life. AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology 165(6): 1323-8, Dec 1995.

Langlotz, C. P., Shortliffe, E. H., Fagan, L. M.: A methodology for generating computer-based explanations of decision-theoretic advice. Medical Decision Making 8(4): 290-303, Oct-Dec 1988.

Langlotz, C.P., Shortliffe, E.H.: Adapting a consultation system to critique user plans. International Journal Of Man-machine Studies 19(5): 479-496, 1983 Notes: Also appears as Chapter 5 in Developments in Expert Systems, Coombs, M. (ed), Academic Press, London.

Langlotz, C. P., Shortliffe, E. H., Fagan, L. M.: Using decision theory to justify heuristics. In Proceedings of the Sixth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence Page: 215-219, 1986.

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