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Mary Ellen Hagenauer

Mary Ellen

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3217 Mechanical Engineering Building
1513 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706-1572

E-mail: hagenauer@engr.wisc.edu

About Me

I currently serve as the MESH lab research coordinator and administrator. I've worked at the UW for 18 years and have had prior incarnations as a Research Program Manager in the departments of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Radiology, and Psychiatry. While working in the department of Radiology, I was privileged to participate in several human factors studies in collaboration with the Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement.

Education

  • BA, Sociology, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Publications

Swan, J.S., Fryback, D.G., Lawrence, W.F., Katz, D.A., Heisey, D.M., Hagenauer, M.E., Selzer, P.M., and Jacobson, B.K. (1997).  MR and Conventional Angiography:  work in progress toward assessing utility in radiology.  Academic Radiology 4: 475-482.

 

Swan, J.S., Fryback, D.G., Lawrence, W.F., Sainfort, F., Hagenauer, M.E., and Heisey, D.M. (2000).  A time-tradeoff method for cost-effectiveness models applied to radiology.  Medical Decision Making 20: 79-88.

 

Swan, J.S., Kennell, T.W., Acher, C.W., Heisey, D.M., Grist, T.M., Korosec, F.R., Hagenauer, M.E. (2000).  Magnetic Resonance Angiography of Aorto-Iliac Disease. American Journal of Surgery 180(1): 6-12.

 

Karsh, B., Beasley, J., Hagenauer, M.E., Sainfort, F. (2001). Do electronic medical records improve   the quality of medical records? In M.J. Smith and G. Salvendy (Eds.).  Systems, Social and Internationalization Design Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction. (pp. 908-912) Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.  

 

Karsh, B., Beasley, J., Hagenauer, M.E.  (2004) Are electronic medical records associated with improved perceptions of the quality of medical records, working conditions, or quality of working life?   Behavior and Information Technology 23(5): 327-335.

 

Beasley J.W., Karsh B., Sainfort F, Hagenauer M.E., Marchand L.  (2004) What is the Quality of Work Life of Family Physicians in Wisconsin's Health Care Organizations:  A WReN Study.  Wisconsin Medical Journal 103(7): 51-55.

 

Beasley J.W., Karsh B., Hagenauer M.E., Marchand L., Sainfort F.  (2005) Quality of Work Life of Independent vs Employed Family Physicians in Wisconsin:  A WReN Study.  Annals of Family Medicine 3(6): 500-506.

 

Illgen, R., Honkamp, N.J., Weisman, M., Hagenauer, M.E., Heiner, J.P., Anderson, P.A. (2006) The Diagnostic and Predictive Value of Hip Anesthetic Arthrograms in Selected Patients Prior to Total Hip Arthroplasty.  Journal of Arthroplasty 21(5): 724-730.

Abstracts

Swan, J.S., Fryback, D.G., Lawrence, W.F., Katz, D.A., Heisey, D.M., Hagenauer, M.E. (1997).  Preliminary work on eliciting patient preference for cost-effectiveness models: conventional versus MR angiography.  Fifth ISMRM, Vancouver, BC, Book of Abstracts, p. 126.

 

Swan, J.S., Grist, T.M., Frayne, R., Korosec, F.R., Mistretta, C.A., Heisey, D.M., Hagenauer, M.E. (1997).  Time-resolved MR angiography of the peripheral vasculature.  Fifth ISMRM, Vancouver, BC, Book of Abstracts, p. 131.

 

Illgen, R.L., Laurent, M.P., Watanuki, M, Hagenauer, M, Bhambri, S.K., Pike, J.W., Blanchard, C.R., Forsythe, T.M.  Highly Crosslinked vs. Conventional Polyethylene Particles-An In Vitro Comparison of Biologic Activities.  Proc Soc Biomat 312, 2003.

 

Illgen, R.L., Laurent, M.P., Watanuki, M, Hagenauer, M, Bhambri, S.K., Pike, J.W., Blanchard, C.R., Forsythe, T.M.  Highly Crosslinked vs. Conventional Polyethylene Particles-An In Vitro Comparison of Biologic Activities.  Proc Orth Res Society 1438, 2003.

When I'm not working, I garden and paint. You can view some of my paintings on my website:

http://web.mac.com/portraitartistmeh/iWeb/Site/Welcome.html

 

 

 

 

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