ARNOLD M. ROSEN is a graduate of the University of Texas and received his M.D. degree from Southwestern Medical School in 1968. He spent 2 years in the Navy, one of which as the medical officer aboard the nuclear submarine, USS Daniel Boone. He completed psychiatric training in 1974 at Metropolitan Hospital in New York City and was board certified in psychiatry in 1976. In 1977, he received his Psychoanalytic Certification from New York Medical College, Division of Psychoanalysis. He is one of a few hundred physicians nation-wide who have passed the first qualifying examination given in the field of Clinical Psychopharmacology (November 1998).

Dr. Rosen has over 2 dozen published papers in various psychiatric journals, including the American Journal of Psychiatry and the Archives of General Psychiatry. He has authored and co-authored papers on affective disorders, lithium prophylaxis, tardive dyskinesia, electroconvulsive therapy, idiots savants, memory and cognition. He received a credit for technical assistance on the award winning film Rain Man, United Artist Pictures, 1988.

He has held hospital positions in general psychiatry, substance abuse and dual diagnosis. For the past 10 years, he has been in the private practice of psychiatry with offices at 200 East 78th Street, New York City, and is included in the Castle Connolly Guide, "The Best Doctors, New York Metro Area".
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Dr. Rosen has been interested in computers and how they might be applied to clinical practice since the late 1970's, when the Radio Shack TRS-80 was introduced. His first computer had 4K of RAM and could load a 1K file from a cassette tape recorder in about 60 seconds [sometimes]. In 1982, he presented a paper on "The Role of the Microcomputer in Clinical Psychiatric Research, a Personal Experience" at the Sixth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, in Washington D.C. In the course of his hospital work he developed a computerized patient tracking system to assist in research, staffing, program management and program analysis.

In the early 1980's, Dr. Rosen began writing DOS software for use in his office practice. In 1991, he installed a system in his office to help manage the psychopharmacological aspects of his practice. This ultimately evolved into a Windows program, "AmigoDoc", now in use across the country.

In the past 7 years, he has devoted his efforts to rewriting, updating, and expanding AmigoDoc to take advantage of the tremendous changes in software and hardware development over the past 15 years.
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