Journal of Healthcare Management

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • CEO Turnover Among U.S. Acute Care Hospitals, 2006-2015: Variations by Type of Geographic Area.  64:28-42. 2019
  • Hospital Vertical Integration into Skilled Nursing Facilities and Financial Performance 2019
  • Editorial.  63:1-2. 2018
  • Patient perceptions of servicescape in healthcare: A systematic review of the literature.  63:94-104. 2018
  • The effectiveness of a comprehensive wellness assessment on medication adherence in a medicare advantage plan diabetic population.  63:132-141. 2018
  • The Relationship of Hospital CEO Characteristics to Patient Experience Scores 2017
  • Emotional Intelligence and Burnout in Academic Radiation Oncology Chairs.  62:302-313. 2017
  • Blueprint for sustainable change in diversity management and cultural competence: Lessons from the National Center for Healthcare Leadership diversity demonstration project.  62:171-183. 2017
  • Succession Planning and Financial Performance: Dpes Competition Matter?.  May/June. 2016
  • Organizational characteristics associated with fundraising performance of nonprofit hospitals.  60:96-112. 2015
  • Career inflection points of women who successfully achieved the hospital CEO position.  59:367-383. 2014
  • Hospital characteristics associated with achievement of meaningful use.  59:272-284. 2014
  • Management involvement on the board of directors and hospital financial performance.  59:429-445. 2014
  • Interview with Wayne M. Lerner, DrPH, FACHE, Past President and Chief Executive Officer, Holy Cross Hospital.  58:245-249. 2013
  • Innovative human resource practices in U.S. hospitals: an empirical study..  58:290-301. 2013
  • Interview with Thomas C. Dolan, PhD, FACHE, CAE, President and CEO, American College of Healthcare Executives.  58:159-164. 2013
  • A positive deviance perspective on hospital knowledge management: analysis of Baldrige Award recipients 2002-2008..  58:187-203. 2013
  • Interview with Kyle L. Grazier, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  58:80-83. 2013
  • Interview with Teri G. Fontenot, FACHE, President and Chief Executive Officer, Woman's Hospital.  58:3-7. 2013
  • Engaging primary care physicians in quality improvement: lessons from a payer-provider partnership..  58. 2013
  • Environmental and organizational influences on magnet hospital recognition.  58. 2013
  • Environmental and organizational influences on magnet hospital recognition..  58. 2013
  • Interview With John W. Bluford III, FACHE, President and Chief Executive Officer, Truman Medical Centers.  58:389-391. 2013
  • Practitioner application.  58:45-46. 2013
  • Payer mix and EHR adoption in hospitals.  57:435-448. 2012
  • Interview with James I. Rodriguez, FACHE, President and Chief Executive Officer of TexHealth Central Texas.  57:376-380. 2012
  • Interview with Donald P. Fesko, OD, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer of Community Hospital.  57:298-300. 2012
  • Distinguishing community benefits: Tax exemption versus organizational legitimacy.  57:66-76. 2012
  • Effective us health system websites: Establishing benchmarks and standards for effective consumer engagement.  57:47-60. 2012
  • Physician and practice characteristics associated with longitudinal increases in electronic health records adoption.  56:183-197. 2011
  • Hospital IT adoption strategies associated with implementation success: implications for achieving meaningful use..  55. 2010
  • Interview with Daniel J. Wolterman, FACHE, President and Chief Executive Officer, Memorial Hermann, Healthcare System.  55:73-76. 2010
  • Interview with Richard S. Kurz, Dean, School of Public Health, University of North Texas Health Science Center.  55:3-5. 2010
  • Hospital IT adoption strategies associated with implementation success: Implications for achieving meaningful use.  55:177-190. 2010
  • Hospital IT adoption strategies associated with implementation success: implications for achieving meaningful use..  55. 2010
  • Factors associated with hospital bankruptcies: A political and economic framework.  54:252-271. 2009
  • Variations in hospital administrative costs.  53:153-166. 2008
  • Current marketing practices in the nursing home sector.  51:185-200. 2006
  • Hospital information technology and positive financial performance: A different approach to finding an ROI.  51:40-58. 2006
  • Building an understanding of the competencies needed for health administration practice.  50:32-47. 2005
  • Organizational downsizing: A review of literature for planning and research.  48:181-201. 2003
  • Racial/ethnic diversity management and cultural competency: The case of Pennsylvania hospitals.  47:111-124. 2002
  • Building partnerships with the community: Lessons from the Camden Health Improvement Learning Collaborative.  45:189-205. 2000
  • Creating a healing environment: The importance of the service setting in the new consumer-oriented healthcare system.  45:91-107. 2000
  • Cost analysis for decision support: The case of comparing centralized versus distributed methods for blood gas testing.  44:207-215. 1999
  • Managerial implications of corporate board involvement and perceived market competition for quality improvement in nursing homes.  44:382-396. 1999
  • Developing an outcomes report card for hospitals: A case study and implementation guidelines.  43:15-35. 1998
  • Evaluating nurse turnover: Comparing attitude surveys and exit interviews.  40:278-295. 1995
  • Service quality revisited: Striving for a new orientation.  40:535-552. 1995
  • The impact of CQI on human resources management..  40:138-153. 1995
  • EFFECTIVE HOSPITAL-PHYSICIAN RELATIONSHIPS - SHORTELL,SM.  37:136-137. 1992
  • Patterns of psychological type among health care executives.  37:431-447. 1992
  • Hospital-physician joint ventures: A strategic approach for both dimensions of success.  35:3-26. 1990
  • Hospital-physician joint ventures: Two dimensions of success.  35:3-26. 1990
  • The health care quality quagmire: Some signposts.  35:39-54. 1990
  • Assessing key stakeholders: Who matters to hospitals and why?.  34:525-546. 1989
  • The importance of relationships in hospital negotiation strategies.  34:231-253. 1989
  • Public release of hospital specific death rates. Guidelines for health care executives..  32:343-356. 1987
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1096-9012
  • 8750-3735
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1944-7396