Angelo Rossi Mori
Angelo Rossi Mori
researcher, eHealth Unit, Institute of Biomedical Research, Italian National Research Council
Verified email at cnr.it
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Defensive Chemistry of Senecio miser
M Reina, A González-Coloma, C Gutiérrez, R Cabrera, ML Rodríguez, ...
Journal of Natural Products 64 (1), 6-11, 2001
148*2001
The GALEN CORE model schemata for anatomy: Towards a re-usable application-independent model of medical concepts
A Rector, A Gangemi, E Galeazzi, A Glowinski, A Rossi-Mori
Proc MIE 94, 229-233, 1994
1311994
Standards for detailed clinical models as the basis for medical data exchange and decision support
JF Coyle, A Rossi Mori, SM Huff
International journal of medical informatics 69 (2-3), 157-174, 2003
1262003
Medical-concept models and medical records: an approach based on GALEN and PEN&PAD
AL Rector, AJ Glowinski, WA Nowlan, A Rossi-Mori
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2 (1), 19-35, 1995
1151995
Standards to support development of terminological systems for healthcare telematics
A Rossi Mori
Meth Inform Med 37, 551-63, 1998
111*1998
Evaluating the medication process in the context of CPOE use: the significance of working around the system
Z Niazkhani, H Pirnejad, H van der Sijs, J Aarts
International journal of medical informatics 80 (7), 490-506, 2011
912011
Reconciling users' needs and formal requirements: issues in developing a reusable ontology for medicine
AL Rector, PE Zanstra, WD Solomon, JE Rogers, R Baud, W Ceusters, ...
Information Technology in Biomedicine, IEEE Transactions on 2 (4), 229-242, 1998
831998
Practical development of re-usable terminologies: GALEN-IN-USE and the GALEN Organisation
AL Rector, A Rossi, MF Consorti, P Zanstra
International Journal of Medical Informatics 48 (1-3), 71-84, 1998
451998
Brain imaging with MRI and CT: An image pattern approach
Z Rumboldt, M Castillo, B Huang, A Rossi
Cambridge university press, 2012
382012
An ontological analysis of surgical deeds
A Rossi Mori, A Gangemi, G Steve, F Consorti, E Galeazzi
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 361-372, 1997
37*1997
Holistic health: predicting our data future (from inter-operability among systems to co-operability among people)
AR Mori, M Mazzeo, G Mercurio, R Verbicaro
International journal of medical informatics 82 (4), e14-e28, 2013
352013
Exploiting the terminological approach from CEN/TC251 and GALEN to support semantic interoperability of healthcare record systems
AR Mori, F Consorti
International journal of medical informatics 48 (1-3), 111-124, 1998
321998
Image Acquisition Context
WD Bidgood Jr, B Bray, N Brown, A Rossi Mori, KA Spackman, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 6 (1), 61-75, 1999
311999
Models for representation of terminologies and coding systems in medicine
A Rossi Mori, J Bernauer, V Pakarinen, AL Rector, P De Vries-Robbe, ...
Progress in standardisation in health care informatics, 92-104, 1993
30*1993
Syntactic-semantic tagging as a mediator between linguistic representations and formal models: an exercise in linking SNOMED to GALEN
W Ceusters, J Rogers, F Consorti, A Rossi-Mori
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 15 (1), 5-23, 1999
291999
Evaluation stages and design steps for knowledge-based systems in medicine
A Rossi-Mori, DM Pisanelli, FL Ricci
Medical Informatics 15 (3), 191-204, 1990
261990
A cooperative methodology to build conceptual models in medicine
E Galeazzi, A Rossi Mori, F Consorti, A Errera, P Merialdo
Studies in health technology and informatics, 280-284, 1997
231997
The creation of an ontology of clinical document names
P Frazier, A Rossi-Mori, RH Dolin, L Alschuler, SM Huff
Medinfo, 94-98, 2001
212001
The LITIS conceptual framework: measuring eHealth readiness and adoption dynamics across the Healthcare Organizations
O Tamburis, M Mangia, M Contenti, G Mercurio, AR Mori
Health and Technology 2 (2), 97-112, 2012
202012
Structures of clinical information in patient records.
A Rossi Mori, F Consorti
Proceedings of the AMIA Symposium, 132, 1999
201999
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