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Mary H. Scanlon, MD

Mary H. Scanlon, MD

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Professor of Clinical Radiology
Department: Radiology

Contact information
Department of Radiology
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-615-1704
Fax: 215-662-3093
Education:
B.S.
Villanova University, 1976.
MD
Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1980.
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Selected Publications

Itri JN, Kim W, Redfern RO, Boonn W, Cook T and Scanlon MH: "Using a web-based application to enhance resident training and improve performance on-call" abstract AUR 2010.

Faerber E, Itri JN, Scanlon MH, Dunne A, Orons P, Atkins M and Verde F: Top Issues Facing Radiology Residents in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Central Pennsylvania. Panel for 95th Annual Pennsylvania Radiological Society meeting October 2010.

Itri JN, Redfern RO, Kim W, Boonn W and Scanlon MH: Developing Quality and Safety Metrics for Radiology Residents and Fellows. ACR Maximizing Value in Radiology Through Quality and Safety Improvements course October 2010.

Itri JN, Kim W, Scanlon MH: Orion: A web-based application designed to monitor resident and fellow performance on-call. Journal of Digital Imaging 24(5): 897-907, November 2010.

Itri, JN, Redfern, RO, Boedec, C, Mercer, E, Scanlon, MH, and Datner E: "Developing an Automated Process to Notify the Emergency Department of Significant Changes in On-Call Resident Interpretations Requiring Non-Urgent Follow-Up" electronic exhibit ARRS 2010.

Ruutiainen At, Scanlon MH, Itri JN: Identifying benchmarks for discrepancy rates in preliminary interpretations provided by radiology trainees at an academic institution. Journal of the American College of Radiology 8(9): 644-8, April 2011 Notes: accepted for publication.

Itri JN, Kang HC, Krishnan S, Nathan DL, Scanlon MH: Using focused missed-case conferences to reduce discrepancies in musculoskeletal studies interpreted by residents on call. American Journal of Roentgenology 197(4): W696-705, June 2011 Notes: accepted for publication.

Ruutiainen AT, Durand DJ, Scanlon MH, and Itri JN: Increased error rates in preliminary reports issued by radiology residents working more than 10 consecutive hours overnight. Academic Radiology Special Educational Edition accepted , Sept 2012.

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