Forthcoming content

A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for Volume 6 includes:

  • The role of innovation and technology in dealing with the ‘new normal’ of healthcare after COVID-19
    Roberta Schwartz, EVP and Chief Innovation Officer, Houston Methodist
  • Care redesign: Improving quality measures, closing care gaps and creating operational efficiencies
    Melody Danko-Holsomback, Chief Administrative Officer and Director of Operations and IT, Keystone ACO
  • The divides that health organizations experience on their journey towards high reliability
    David Isaacks, CEO, Kansas City VA Medical Center, et al.
  • Incorporating health systems engineering into COVID-19 vaccine planning and administration
    Nalini Krishnan, Department of Management Engineering & Consulting, Mayo Clinic Hospital, et al.
  • Humanising healthcare through COVID-19 and beyond
    Christine Holt, EVP and Chief Operating Officer, Life Care Division, Cindy Rose, Chief Experience Officer, Redeemer Health and Justin Wartell, Managing Principal, Monigle
  • How healthcare leaders can improve health equity in their hospitals and health systems
    Susan Dentzer, Senior Policy Fellow, Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy, Duke University
  • Tackling the 'HAC' of workforce harm: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic
    Mary Beth Kingston, Chief Nursing Officer, Advocate Aurora Health
  • Building a family-centric experience that increases access and revenue
    Connie Lee, Director, The Appointment Center, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, et al.
  • Health ecosystem leadership lessons from COVID-19 to drive value and transform health
    Bob Sachs, Talent Advisor/Board Chairman and Tracy Duberman, Founder, President & CEO, TLD Group
  • Inspiring and leading change in turbulent times: Agility and resilience in healthcare leadership
    Amer Kaissi, Professor of Healthcare Administration, Trinity University
  • How healthcare leaders can improve health equity in their hospitals and health systems
    Nick Macchione, Director and Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, California
  • Remote video auditing as a tool for patient and clinician safety culture and operational efficiencies
    Sheldon Newman, Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, North Shore University Hospital, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
  • People, processes and technology: Building on the digital transformation of healthcare
    Anne Snowden, Chief Scientific Research Officer, HIMSS Analytics
  • Leadership’s role in implementing the national action plan to prevent health care harm
    Sam Watson, SVP, Field Engagement, Michigan Health & Hospital Association
  • Executive decision-making and team alignment in a digital world
    Georgia Casciato, Georgia Casciato Healthcare Consulting
  • Leveraging management engineering and business consulting for rapid response, mitigation and recovery during a pandemic
    Michele Hoover, Clinical Practice Section Head, Management Engineering and Consulting, Mayo Clinic, et al.
  • Activating the connection between health equity and C-Suite diversity
    Cie Armstead, Director, Diversity and Inclusion, American College of Healthcare Executives
  • Crisis management through integrated healthcare solutions
    Rakesh Mehta, Director, Virtual Health and Ryan Walsh, Chief Medical Information Officer, Ambulatory and Population Health, Memorial Hermann Health System
  • The COVID-19 pandemic: What went right and what went wrong
    Jon Burroughs, President and CEO, The Burroughs Healthcare Consulting Network
  • The impact of an intensive coaching program on clinician performance
    Stefanie Simmons, Vice President, Patient and Clinician Experience, Envision Physician Services
  • Transforming to a high-performing governing council in a large health system
    Therese Fitzpatrick, SVP, Performance Improvement, Kaufmann, Hall & Associates
  • Exploring the perceptions of African Americans toward electronic personal health records
    Tamara Sanders, University of Phoenix and Business Analyst, BlueCare Tennessee
  • Managing the digitally-enabamara Sanders, Uled healthcare supply chain
    Joseph Woodside, Business Intelligence and Analytics Professor and Shahram Amiri, Professor of Decision and Information Sciences, Stetson University
  • Promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate services: Core leadership competencies
    Natalie DuMont, University of Phoenix and Regional Manager, Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
  • Benchmarking healthcare quality in the United States
    Archie Lockamy, Professor of Operations Management, Brock School of Business, Samford University