Supply Chain Management
Dean's Council of 100 Distinguished Scholar
Supply Chain Management
Ph.D., New York University, 1973; B.A., C.W. Post College, 1968, Physician Assistant (Hon) Duke University, 2004.
HcA, CombineMed,FTI, Health Industry Group Purchasing Association, Costal Carolinas Health Alliance.
Arizona State University: 1985-present. Previous Appointments: Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona, University of Colorado, Union College, Albany Medical College, Columbia University, Duke University
Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Public Procurement Research Center, Florida Atlantic University Elected, 2008; Best Paper, Public Management and Governance Track, British Academy of Management, Warwick England, 2007; Dean's Council of 100 Distinguished Scholar, 2007-present
Editorial Review Board: Journal of Supply Chain Management, 2005-present; Healthcare Briefings, 2000-present; Electronic Highway, 1999-present; Board of Directors, Health Administrators Forum, Phoenix, Arizona 1998-present; Health Care Management Review, 1997-present; Governor's Council on Telemedicine, Phoenix, Arizona, 1997-present; Board of Directors, Network for Health Administration Education, 1996-present
"Professionalism in 21st Century Professional Practice: Autonomy and Accountability in Orthopedic Surgery." U.S. Edition (With Natalia Wilson). 83-A, no. 10 (2001): 1582-1585
"Physician Preference Item Management: A Focused Look at Hips and Knees." (with Natalia Wilson, Kathleen Montgomery and Kevin Bozic). Health Affairs, Forthcoming 2008.
"Orchestrating Emergent Change: The Hospitalist Movement in U.S. Healthcare" (with Michael Wallace) Public Administration, Vol. 86, No. 3. (September 2008), pp. 761-778.
"The Hospitals' Strategies for Orchestrating Selection of Physician Preference Items." (with Kathleen Montgomery). Milbank Quarterly, Vol 85 (2) 2007, 307-335.
"The Physician's Assistant: Innovation in the Medical Division of Labor," D.C. Heath, Lexington, Mass., 1978.
Co-Editor. "Managing Change in the Public Services" (with Michael Wallace, University of Cardiff and Michael Fertig, University of Bath.) December 2006.
"Strategic Management of the Health Care Supply Chain." Jossey-Bass Monograph (with the late Larry Smeltzer) 2006.
Co-Editor. "Handbook of Supply Chain Management." Sage. Under Contract. With Christine Harland, University of Bath and others.
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SCM 493 - Honors Thesis
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