Volume 4 (2019-20)

Each volume of Management in Healthcare consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 4 are listed below. Further articles scheduled to be published in Volume 4 are available to view on the 'Forthcoming content' page.

Volume 4 Number 3 (Spring 2020)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher, Management in Healthcare
  • Case studies: A new way of matchmaking: Redefining the provider-health plan relationship in value-based programmes
    Natalie McCall, Accountable Care Organization Program Director, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana and Shunn P. Phillips, Chief Financial Officer, The Baton Rouge Clinic
  • Strategies to use government-funded programme models to achieve the triple aim: A look at New York State’s DSRIP programme
    Carla D’Angelo, Vice President, Anush Gevorgyan, Senior Consultant, COPE Health Solutions and Adam Goldstein, Director, Montefiore Health System
  • Implementation of an electronic booking system for emergency surgery
    Alistair Steel, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Shrestha Sinha, Speciality Doctor in Anaesthesia, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
  • Medical practice office location analysis and operational metric assessment using spatial data visualisation tools
    Dave Lingerfelt, Faculty staff and James Dockins, Professor of Management in the Healthcare Leadership Programme, Rockhurst University
  • Enabling a high-performing and sustainable shared service: The journey of a management engineering and consulting group
    Jodi L. Grimm, Unit Manager, ME&IC, Janine R. Kamath, Chair, ME&IC, Jan C. Jasperson, Section Manager, ME&IC and Dorothy A. Larsen, Unit Manager, ME&IC, Mayo Clinic
  • Practice articles: The journey to patient financial engagement: Lessons learned
    Shannon Dauchot, CEO of Revenue Cycle Point Solutions Division, Parallon, Kevin Adams, Director of Revenue Cycle, Anderson Regional Health System, Angela Taylor, Regional Vice President, HCA Healthcare and Kevin Fleming, CEO, Loyale Healthcare
  • Positioning infectious disease physician leaders to promote patient safety, mitigate risk: A cost avoidance revenue model
    Susan C. Bleasdale, Interim Chief Quality Officer, University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System
  • Preventing hospital readmissions: A transitions of care coordination framework
    Jose R. Masip, Medical Doctor and Louise Underdahl, Doctoral Instructor, College of Doctoral Studies, University of Phoenix
  • Medicare reimbursement uncompensated care strategies
    Jay Sutton, Consulting Principal and Ron Wolf, Consulting Senior Manager, Crowe

Volume 4 Number 2 (Winter 2019-20)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher, Management in Healthcare
  • Case studies: Finance transformation for healthcare: A structured model
    Harold Tan, Director of Finance Transformation, National Healthcare Group, Singapore
  • Creating an analytics ecosystem to support risk-based contracting
    Daniel J. Marino, Managing Partner, Lumina Health Partners
  • Cost management and the renewed imperative for cost accounting
    Paul Selivanoff, Del Mar Administrators, LLC and David Hammer, Principal Consultant, HPMC
  • Physician performance and productivity: The threat of physician burnout and the role of disruptive solutions in mitigating emotional and financial costs
    Naila Siddiqui Kamal, Senior (Hon) Lecturer, Imperial School of Medicine and Frances Ayalasomayajula, Head of Population Health, Worldwide, HP, Inc.
  • Mitigating risk before, during and after a revenue cycle conversion
    Julie Kay-Bonetti, VP & Strategic Development Executive, Ambulatory & Revenue Cycle, Cerner
  • Leveraging data with physicians to drive value-based patient care
    Steve Allegretto, Senior Vice President of Finance and CFO, LMH Healthcare and Vice President of Finance, Yale New Haven Health, Barbara McCloskey, Yale New Haven Health System, Alon Ronen, Cardiologist, Yale New Haven Health, Kim Pont, Yale New Haven Health System, Dan Michelson, CEO of Strata Decision Technology and Keith B. Churchwell, Senior Vice President of Operations and Executive Director of the Heart and Vascular Center and Transplantation Center, Yale New Haven Hospital
  • The juice is worth the squeeze: How efforts to address social determinants of health pay off
    Ginger Pilgrim, Principal, Health Industries Advisory, PwC
  • Sustainability of improvements over the long term after the implementation of Lean Healthcare methodology in the Urology Department of a public hospital as a tool for improving efficiency
    Alberto Budía Alba, La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital, Francisco Boronat Tormo, Head of the Urology Department, La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital, M. Pilar Bahílo Mateu, La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital, Salvador Arlandis, Consultant Urologist, La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital, Jose Luis Pontones, La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital and David Vivas-Consuelo, La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital

Volume 4 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2019)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher, Management in Healthcare
  • Electronic health record implementation: The people side of change
    Heidi L. Borgwardt, Senior Health Systems Engineer, Department of Management Engineering & Internal Consulting, Catherine T. Botz, Department of Human Resources, Organization Development, Julie M. Doppler, Brenda I. Elthon, Principal Health Systems Engineers, Department of Management Engineering & Internal Consulting, Victoria P. Hansen, Senior Health Systems Engineer, Department of Department of ME&IC, Jan C. Jasperson, Section Head, Department of Department of ME&IC, Jeffrey J. Larson Keller, Department of Human Resources, Organization Development, Sonia C. Martindale-Mathern, Senior Principal Health Systems Engineer, Department of ME&IC, Karen J. Reinschmidt and Archana S. Shinde Senior Health Systems Engineers, Department of Department of ME&IC, Mayo Clinic
  • Improving the communication of medical information in the skilled nursing home industry: The case for a technology partnership
    Elaine Winston, Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics, Zarb School of Business, Hofstra University Randi Marquis, Assistant Director of Nursing, Gurwin Family of Health Care Services and Alexander Pelaez Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics, Zarb School of Business, Hofstra University
  • An integrated approach to knowledge management for internal consulting in healthcare
    Angela Cramer, Manager, Department of ME&IC, Eva Fjerstad, Administrative Office Manager, Department of ME&IC, Jim Frye, Carrie Macken, Managers, Department of ME&IC, Mayo Clinic and Keith Schilling Manager Department of ME&IC, Mayo Clinic; Instructor of Health Care Systems Engineering, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science
  • Using AI to improve physician documentation and quality
    Michael F. Clark, Sr, SVP, General Manager of Provider Solutions, Nuance Communications
  • Physician recruiting incentives: Salaries, signing bonuses, value-based pay and benefits
    Kurt Mosley, VP, Strategic Alliances, Phillip Miller, VP, Communications, Merritt Hawkins and Staff Care
  • How facilities design affects patient safety, quality and productivity
    Rene T. Domingo, Associate Professor, Asian Institute of Management
  • Health-care delivery and cancer care systems: Economics and a market perspective of the cancer care spectrum
    S. Mantravadi, Health Economist
  • Attractiveness of physical healthcare environments improves patient experience and delivery of care
    Seang Teak Tan, Head, Healthcare Sector, Heliconia Capital Management, Hien My Nguyen, Senior Customer Service Manager, Hoan My Healthcare Corporation