Armando Rotondi, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Critical Care Medicine, Health Policy and Management

Contact Information

rotondiaj[at]upmc.edu
412-605-3972

Education & Training

BS, Molecular Biology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1980
PhD, Health Systems/Industrial Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994
 

Research, Clinical & Academic Interests

  • E-health technology
  • Self-directed care for patients, caregivers and informal supporters


Rotondi AJ, Spring MR, Hanusa BH, Eack SM, Haas GL. Designing eHealth Applications to Reduce Cognitive Effort for Persons with Severe Mental Illness: Page Complexity, Navigation Simplicity, and Comprehensibility. JMIR human factors. 2017 Jan;4(1).

Ben-Zeev D, Scherer EA, Gottlieb JD, Rotondi AJ, Brunette MF, Achtyes ED, Mueser KT, Gingerich S, Brenner CJ, Begale M, Mohr DC. mHealth for schizophrenia: patient engagement with a mobile phone intervention following hospital discharge. JMIR mental health. 2016 Jul;3(3).

Rotondi AJ, Eack SM, Hanusa BH, Spring MB, Haas GL. Critical design elements of e-health applications for users with severe mental illness: singular focus, simple architecture, prominent contents, explicit navigation, and inclusive hyperlinks. Schizophrenia bulletin. 2013 Dec 28;41(2):440-8.

Rotondi AJ, Anderson CM, Haas GL, Eack SM, Spring MB, Ganguli R, Newhill C, Rosenstock J. Web-based psychoeducational intervention for persons with schizophrenia and their supporters: one-year outcomes. Psychiatric Services. 2010 Nov;61(11):1099-105.
 

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Member, Veterans Affairs National Workgroup Advancing mHealth Research in the VA, 2018
Standing Panel Member, Veterans Affairs Health Services Research & Development Scientific Merit Review Panel HSR2, Behavioral, Social, and Cultural Determinants of Health and Care, 2016-2018
Panel Member, Patient Centered Research Institute, Assessment of Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options, Merit Review Panel, 2012-2018