Volume 2 (2017-18)

Each volume of Management in Healthcare consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 2 are:

Volume 2 Number 4 (Spring 2018)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher, Management in Healthcare
  • Emerging virtual care methods to improve access to behavioural health services within the ambulatory care setting
    Martha Whitecotton, SVP of Behavioural Health Services, Manuel Castro, Vice Chief of the Department of Psychiatry and MD of Behavioural Health Integration, Kate Rising, Manager for Behavioural Health Integration and Erica Todd, AVP for Behavioural Health Access, Atrium Health
  • Wellness Care Plans: An innovative approach for high-needs healthcare users
    April Kyle, VP of Behavioural Services, Melissa K. Merrick, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Clinical Director and Steve Tierney, SD of Quality Improvement for Southcentral Foundation, SCF
  • RHÖN-KLINIKUM’s campus-concept approach to dealing with an age-dominated healthcare system without economising
    Bernd Griewing, MD, Neurologische Klinik; Executive Board Member, RHÖN-KLINIKUM Lisa Mueller, Executive Board Division of Medicine, Dominik Walter, Department of Medical Process Management, Harald Auner, Head of the Business Segment Patient Safety, Quality Management and Hygiene, Sebastian Griewing and Johannes Marte, Executive Board Division of Medicine, RHÖN-KLINIKUM
  • The Organisational Performance Tracker: A framework for system-wide improvement
    Paula Jacobs, Vice President, Process Improvement & Innovation and Michael Ugwueke, President and CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
  • Physician compensation in a confusing and disordered reimbursement environment (volume to value)
    Justin Chamblee, SVP and Director of Operations, Coker Group
  • Impacting population health through innovative marketing
    Erinne Kovi Dyer, EVP and Chief Growth Officer, Envera Health, Kate Fox Nagel, Healthcare Executive, KFN Strategies and Andy Kaplan, Business Strategist, Integrated Community Solutions
  • MACRA: Charting your course using CMS data
    Melinda Hancock, SEVP and CFO, VCU Health System and Doral Davis-Jacobsen, Partner at Prosper Beyond
  • Hardwiring hospital-wide flow to drive sustainable competitive performance
    Thom Mayer, Founder, BestPractices; CEO, Physicians Transport Services; Medical Director, NFLPA and Kirk Jensen, Chief Innovation Officer, Envision Physician Services; Chief Medical Officer, BestPractices

Volume 2 Number 3 (Winter 2018)

  • Editorial
    Laura Alves, Senior Director, Bellevue Hospital Center
  • Turning artificial intelligence into impact: An action plan for providers
    John W. Showalter, Jvion and Penn State University, and Trey La Charité, hospitalist, University of Tennessee Hospitalists, UTMC
  • Utilising advanced event metrics to create more efficient and effective philanthropic events at Mayo Clinic
    John Downer, Lead Event Manager for the Department of Development, Mayo Clinic
  • Co-management agreements: An approach to physician–hospital alignment and integration
    John Harding, Chief Operating Officer, Robert E. Kelly, Jr., Vice President for Surgical Affairs, and John Becker, director of strategic initiatives for the Children’s Health System, Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters and Richard Priore, Founder, President and CEO, Excelsior HealthCare Group
  • Communicating outside the inbox
    Stephanie Price, Senior Communications Specialist at Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Evolution of ‘radical convenience’ delivered in an integrated healthcare model
    Paul Szilagyi, VP of Primary Care & Medical Centers, Henry Ford Health System, and Ara Telbelian Director of Marketing, Henry Ford Medical Group
  • Integrating Twitter into your physician communication strategy
    Dan Dunlop, Principal, Jennings
  • Strategies for reversing and eliminating physician burnout
    Michael E. Frisina, Founder and President, The Frisina Group
  • Efficient care delivery of effective hepatitis C virus treatments in Medicaid beneficiaries without cirrhosis
    S. Mantravadi

Volume 2 Number 2 (Autumn/Fall 2017)

  • Editorial
    Stephen A. Dickens, Assistant Vice President, Medical Practice Services
  • Shared leadership for nursing
    Heather Brace, Human Resources Manager, Todd Neubert, Nurse Administrator and Judy Williamson, Nurse Administrator, Intermountain Healthcare
  • Creating and leading a quality improvement culture at scale
    Elaine Mead, Chief Executive, Cameron Stark, Consultant in Public Health Medicine and Maimie Thompson, Head of Public Relations and Engagement, NHS Highland
  • ‘This is our day’: How Tufts Medical Center does the Boston Marathon
    Ashley E. Robshaw, Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant, Cambridge Health Alliance , Laura J. Carideo, Emergency Department Clinical Leader, Matthew B. Mostofi, Associate Chief and Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs and Quality, Department of Emergency Medicine, Brien A. Barnewolt, Chairman and Chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine and Robert A. Osgood, Director of Emergency Services and Emergency Operations, Tufts Medical Center
  • Why repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act will have minimal impact, if it occurs at all
    Bob Stearnes, Manager, Process Black Belt, Conifer Health Solutions
  • Building a grateful patient donor pipeline with strategic events
    Robin Merle, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer and Alessandra T. Garber, Development Director, Hospital for Special Surgery
  • Patient access metrics in the ambulatory enterprise
    Elizabeth W. Woodcock, Founder, Patient Access Symposium, Sarah Kier, Director of Operations, Patient Access and Referral Management, The Emory Clinic and Vivian Zhao, Director of Access Operations and Process Improvement, Johns Hopkins Patient Access Services
  • Addressing burnout by enhancing resilience in a professional workforce: A qualitative study
    Janine R. Kamath, Chair, Department of Management Engineering and Internal Consulting, Michele R. Hoover, Section Head, Department of Management Engineering and Internal Consulting, Tait D. Shanafelt, Professor of Medical Education and Medicine and Instructor in Oncology, Division of Hematology, Amit Sood, Director of Research, Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program, Division of General Internal Medicine, Patrick B. McKee, Product Manager Mayo Medical Laboratories and Sarah R. Dhanorker, Principal Health Systems Engineer, Department of Management Engineering and Internal Consulting, Mayo Clinic
  • A roadmap for using SharePoint to enhance organisation and management functions: Case study of a healthcare organisation
    Hanan Althagafi, College of Business Administration, King Saud University and Tahani Daghistani, College of Public Health and Health Informatics, King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences

Volume 2 Number 1 (Summer 2017)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher, Management in Healthcare
  • Curating health system integration through value driven change: adaptive leadership in a complex environment
    Richard Choong, Board Chair, Learne Durrington, CEO and Christine Kane, General Manager, Strategy and Policy, WA Primary Health Alliance
  • Case studies in rehabilitating dysfunctional but highly influential hospital employees: diagnostics and tools for leaders
    Cindi Baldi, Assistant Professor, Southeastern Louisiana University and Geoffrey Tumlin, Consultant and CEO, Mouthpeace Consulting
  • Effective rostering and staffing levels
    Maria Nicholson, Head of Workforce Insight and Jill Jarvis, NHS Professionals
  • Now is the time for ambulatory centralized scheduling: how to assess your organization’s readiness
    Kevin Ormand, Principal and Kathy Hughes, Manager, The Chartis Group
  • Healthcare systems’ relationships with the public are an essential factor if they are to survive financial pressures on the NHS in England
    Marcus Powell, Director, Leadership and Organisational Development and Alex Baylis, Assistant Director, Policy, The King's Fund
  • Delivering continued improvements and positive outcomes for patients
    Ify Okocha, Medical Director, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
  • Scoping review of interprofessional teamwork theories in healthcare: implications for policy, practice and research
    Grace Liu and Peter Tsasis, Associate Professor of Management, Faculty of Health, York University
  • Leading transformational culture change through conversations
    Stefan P. Cantore, Principal Teaching Fellow and Director, Enterprise Southampton Business School, University of Southampton