Peer Reviewed Publications § Reddy, S., Mito, M., & Feldschuh, M. (2022). A Qualitative Evaluation of the Use of Facial Recognition Technology for Opioid Substitution Treatment in Community Pharmacies. International Journal of Digital Health, 2(1), 5.
§ Reddy S. (2022). Explainability and artificial intelligence in medicine. The Lancet. Digital health, 4(4), e214–e215.
§ Goergen, S. K., Frazer, H. M., & Reddy, S. (2022). Quality use of artificial intelligence in medical imaging: What do radiologists need to know? Journal of medical imaging and radiation oncology, 66(2), 225–232.
§ Reddy, S & Cooper P (2021). Health Workforce Learning in Response to Artificial Intelligence. In: Butler-Henderson K, Day K, Gray K, editors. The Health Information Workforce : Current and Future Developments. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2021. p. 129
§ Reddy, S et al. (2021). Evaluation framework to guide implementation of AI systems into healthcare settings. BMJ Health & Care Informatics 2021;28:e100444.
§ Reddy, S et al. (2021). Use and validation of text mining and cluster algorithms to derive insights from Corona Virus Disease-2019 (COVID-19) medical literature. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine Update, 1, 100010.
§ Reddy S. Artificial intelligence and healthcare—why they need each other? J Hosp Manag Health Policy 2020.
§ Kane, S......Reddy, S....et al. (2020). Enabling change in public health services: Insights from the implementation of nurse mentoring interventions to improve the quality of obstetric and newborn care in two North Indian states. Gates Open Research 2020.
§ Reddy, S. et al. (2020). A governance model for the use of AI in Healthcare. JAMIA.
§ McDaniel, C., Rooholamani, SN., Desai, AD., Reddy, S., & Marshall, SG. (2020). A Qualitative Evaluation of a Clinical Faculty Mentorship Program Using a Realist Evaluation Approach. Academic Pediatrics, Aug 2019.
§ Reddy, S. (2019). Digital Health and the Divide’ chapter in ‘Understanding the Australian Healthcare System’, 4th edition.
§ Reddy, S. et al. (2019). Evaluation of clinical quality improvement interventions: feasibility of an integrated approach. BMC Pilot and Feasibility Studies.
§ Reddy, S., Fox, J. & Purohit, M.P. (2018). Artificial Intelligence-enabled healthcare delivery. Journal of Royal Society of Medicine. § Reddy, S. (2018). Use of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Delivery. E-Health. IntechOpen, London
§ Reddy, S. (2017). Process Evaluation: Unlikely. BMJ Open. [Published e-letter]
§ Reddy, S., Jones, P., Shanthanna, H., Daemarell, R. & Wakerman, J. (2017) A Systematic Review of the Impact of Healthcare Reforms on Access to Emergency Department and Elective Surgery Services: 1994-2014. International Journal of Health Services.
§ Reddy, S., Orpin, V., Herring, S., Mackie-Schneider, S. & Struber, J. (2017) Use of Clinical Guidelines in Remote Australia-A Realist Evaluation. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
§ Reddy, S. (2017). Exploration of funding models to support hybridization of Australian Primary Health Care Organisations. Journal of Primary Health Care.
§ Reddy, S. (2017) Remote Hospital Reform in the context of Australian Healthcare Reforms. International Journal of Hospital Research.
§ Reddy, S., Carey, T., and Wakerman, J. (2016) A Realist Case Study of a Regional Hospital’s Response to Improve Emergency Department Access in the Context of Australian Healthcare Reforms. Health Services Research and Managerial Epidemiology.
§ Reddy, S. (2016) Integrated Health Care: it’s time for it to blossom. Australian Health Review.
§ Reddy, S., Wakerman, J., Westhorp, G., and Herring, S. E. (2015). Evaluating impact of clinical guidelines using a realist evaluation framework. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
§ Reddy, S., Herring, S., & Gray, A. (2015). Identifying an appropriate Content Management System to develop Clinical Practice Guidelines: A perspective. Health Informatics Journal.
§ Reddy, S. (2015). Realist evaluation of a remote hospital programme in the context of Australian health care reforms. International Journal of Healthcare Management.
§ Reddy, S. (2015). ‘Can Australia’s clinical practice guidelines be trusted?’ Medical Journal of Australia.
§ Reddy, S. (2007). International Health Regulations: more than a challenge? Lancet Online. Vol.369, No: 9575. Published online on May 31, 2007.
Other Publications (select) § Reddy, S. (2015). Towards better health care integration. The Health Leader, Vol.2, No.1, pp.30-31, Sydney.
§ Reddy, S. (2010). What influences our health? Health Guru Magazine, New Zealand. April 2010.
§ Reddy, S. (2009). Asians are prone to fatal diseases. Indian News Link Magazine, New Zealand. February 2010.
§ Reddy, S. (2007). They need aid- NGO’s working for HIV prevention and treatment. Global Indian, New Zealand. Issue 31. June 2007.
Conference Presentations § Reddy, S. (2021). Using AI for medical diagnostics. AI Hospital Conference, Sydney
§ Reddy, S. (2021). How AI can be used to manage Dementia? Dementia Care and Mental Health Forum, Australia.
§ Reddy, S. (2020). Explainability of AI models: Why it matters in medicine and what is being done to address this? Digital Health Institute Summit, Melbourne.
§ Reddy, S. (2020). Explainability-A cornerstone for AI adoption in Medicine, Medical Intelligence Group Summit, California, USA.
§ Reddy, S. (2019). Democratising evaluation through innovative approaches. Hawaii Pacific Evaluation Association, Honolulu, USA
§ Reddy, S. (2019). How to mitigate the risk in the application of AI in Healthcare: The critical importance of governance frameworks. AMSAH conference, Sydney, March 2019.
§ Reddy, S. (2018). The role of human clinicians in an intelligent health system. 1st Annual Conference on role of AI in Healthcare Delivery and Medical Education. Dubai, UAE.
§ Reddy, S. (2014). Employing Content Management System to publish Clinical Guidelines-what do we need to know? Poster Presentation, 2014 Australasian Health Care Management Conference, Adelaide, Australia.
§ Reddy, S. (2014). How has hospital occupancy and patient demand influenced emergency department performance? 2014 Health Management Research Alliance Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
§ Reddy, S. (2013). How has public hospital performance fared in the context of national health reforms? 2013 Royal Australasian College of Physicians – CARPA Conference, Alice Springs, Australia.
§ Reddy, S. (2008). Delivering against odds-The West Coast Story: A population health approach to address health challenges. 2008 Public Health Association National Conference, Waitangi, New Zealand.