||Retired; July 2006 to present|
|DATATRIEVE Developer and Consultant (part time);
April 1998 thru
Public Broadcasing Service, Alexandria, Virginia
For the Adult Learning Services section of PBS, supported and enhanced their intellectual properties database and related business systems. Applications are written in DATATRIEVE and VAX-BASIC. Supported the conversion of DATATRIEVE applicaitons to another system.
|Freelance Web Page Developer (part time);
February 1997 to July 2006.
Developed web page for Truth About Weight Control, a weight losss clinic.
Special consultant (without pay) for the developement of the Coopertown Graduate Program web page -- a student project.
|Director, Information Services; Jine 1992 to
Lundeen Medical Group, Cleveland, Ohio
Developed integrated business systems for a multi-location physical medicine practice. Provides systems and network support, user training, administration and troubleshooting. All applications are written in DATATRIEVE and FMS using RMS files (about 200 domains and about 900 procedures). Special features include: menu driven system with multiple levels of security and access; browsing using LOV (list of value functions); employee and patient scheduling; 'electronic' time cards; integration of data and blob text with VMS Mail, project tracking and word processing; integrated referrals and prescription writing; drug utilization review reports; integration of physician's SOAP notes with billing; remote FAXing of reports; and support of PostScript printers via dialup workstations.
| Director of Software Development, June 1992 to
Lundon Software, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio
Wrote VAX FORTRAN versions of three commercial products for drug binding analysis consisting of over 32,000 lines of FORTRAN code. Responsible for customer telephone support for Lundon Software's VAX/VMS and IBM PC products.
|Director of Operations and Vice President; 1993
to July 2006.
North Shore Billing Services, Inc., North Olmsted, Ohio
Directs daily operations, financial management and control, technical support and customer service program of an electronic claims processing service. Processes more than $250,000.00 in claims per week to the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation. Developed claim validation software and automated PC to mainframe bi-directional communications software. Developed E-Z-Lookup software for clients to browse claim/employer/MCO information on the 2.9 million open Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation claims.
|DATATRIEVE Developer and Consultant (part time);
1986 to 1992
Joe H. Gallagher dba 4GL Solutions, Overland Park, Kansas
For Knappco, Kansas City, Missori, provided system support, application, development, sophisticated reports, and data base maintenance tools for their manufacturing system written in DIBOL and DATATRIEVE.
For American Collectors Exchange, Chattanooga, Tennesee, developed a cataloguing, inventory, and auction system for their collectables business. Applications using DATATRIEVE and FMS.
Center, Kansas City, Missouri; 1986 to May 1992
Nuclear Medicine Physicist and Radiation Safety Officer
Served in both capacities for this 450 bed hospital. Assured compliance with all recommended procedures for radiation safety, including Missouri registration, NRC license updates, internal inspections, employee training, teaching in the Nuclear Medicine Technology program (Physics, Instrumentation, Radiation Biology and Protection) and support of isotope therapy (P-32 to 50mCi and I-131 to 500mCi).
Responsible for three computer systems for Nuclear Medicine image recording and processing - about 4,000 clinical studies per year.
Directed licensing, inspection and in-service training support for the radiation safety programs at community hospitals associated with the Nuclear Medicine Program or the Nuclear Medicine physicians at Research Medical Center. Monitored NRC licenses at Belton, Harrisonville, Lexington, Richmond, Fairfax, Maryville, Albany and Bethany in Missouri; agreement state licenses at Gardner, Paola, Garnett, Burlington, Ottawa and Winchester in Kansas; Falls City, Auburn and Humboldt in Nebraska; and Hamburg, Shenandoah and Clarinda in Iowa. In addition, supported the NRC licenses at Baptist Medical Center and Trinity Luther Hospital during the mergers which formed Health Midwest.
Member Radiation Safety Committee of Quincy Research Center, Kansas City, MO (currently Innovex, Inc., Lenexa, Kansas), a Phase I and Phase II drug trial facility. Responsible for NRC licensing, FDA (radiation) compliance and body burden dosimetry calculations.
Cleveland, Ohio; 1978 to 1985
Committee Service: Computer Steering Committee, Records and Statistics Committee of Cancer Center, Medical Information Policy Steering Committee, Office Automation - Word Processing Committee.
Manager, Information Center, Information Services Division; 1985Managed ten person group of programmers and analysts responsible for user support for IBM PCs and VAX/VMS system.
Director, Medical and Research Computing, Information Services Division; 1983 to 1984Managed a four person group of analysts and programmers. Supported VAX/VMS time sharing system for biostatisticians and scientific users. Developed medical registries for analysis of medical treatments. Co-led start-up and development of a broad-band LAN (computer data, television, and digital telephones).
Director, Scientific Computing, Division of Radiology; 1978 to 1983Managed six person group of analysts, programmers and operators. Supervised the development of FORTRAN/RATMAC-based image processing systems for the analysis of Nuclear Medicine imaging and dynamic studies (mostly cardiac transit analysis). Supported a RSTS and VAX/VMS time sharing system for biostatisticians and scientific users.
| Assistant Professor, Diagnostic Radiology (and Nuclear Medicine); July
1972 to June 1978.
University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas
Taught radiology residents, radiology and nuclear medicine technologists and graduate students. Served as the chief software architect of the MIPED (medical imaging processing, evaluation and display) system. Wrote application software in FORTRAN/RATMAC and drivers for gamma cameras, rectilinear scanners, B-mode ultrasound scanners, display disk system and operator console in MACRO-15 under the XVM/RSX operating system. Conducted research on medical image processing. Also served as Assistant Radiation Safety Officer, 1972 to 1973.
| Postdoctoral Fellow, Department
of Physics; September 1969 to June 1972;
University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
|Visiting Scientist, Department of Quantum
Chemistry; November 1968 thry
University of Hokkaido, Sapporo, Japan
Grant from the US-Japan Co-operative Science Program, National Science Foundation.
|Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder,
Colorado, January 1969
Septenber 1953 thry October 1968.
|Bachelor or Science in Mathematics (double major
in Mathematics and Physics),
North Texas State University (now University of North Texas), Denton, Texas, June 1962
September 1958 thru Augusr 1963.
Joe H. Gallagher, Ph. D.