Available Fall 2020
What is billed as leadership development today is usually focused on leadership as a skill when it actually is a process that must be practiced every day using the same approach taken by professional athletes worldwide for decades. The one-size-fits-all approach to leadership development offered by other programs doesn’t consider an individual’s personality and capabilities. You can’t learn ‘skill x’ one day and expect to be a better leader the next. True leadership growth requires ongoing development and feedback.
Professional Leadership is a 5-step, personalized, leadership development program based on an individual’s innate qualities and strengths. It is designed as a continually improving process to help leaders develop a personalized leadership vision and philosophy for utilization in their daily leadership routine. It creates better leaders by embracing the most often overlooked steps that research indicates are essential to better leadership development. [MORE]
By J. Bryan Bennett
Published September 2017 by the Healthcare Center of Excellence
The rate of change in healthcare is staggering. Now, more than ever, we need leaders who are well-versed in all aspects of leadership. Unfortunately, the skills that made healthcare leaders successful in the past may not be enough to be successful in the future. Managing change requires a very special set of skills. Project management, lean six sigma and other change processes all identify leadership as a key critical success factor. In fact, a recent study by the Healthcare Center for Excellence revealed that lack of leadership was the greatest challenge to implementing healthcare analytics. More alarming was the fact that those in leadership positions did not recognize their role in the change management process.
Prescribing Leadership in Healthcare includes the results of interviews with healthcare executives, business executives and sports champions. The book is based on the proprietary 5-step Professional Leadership Program which personalizes leadership development based on an individual’s innate qualities and strengths. It is designed as a continually improving process to help leaders develop and adapt a personalized leadership vision and philosophy for utilization in their daily leadership routine. The program creates better leaders by incorporating the most often overlooked steps that research indicates are essential to better leadership development.
By J. Bryan Bennett
Published April 2016 by the Healthcare Center of Excellence
From Electronic Health Records to ICD-10 to Population Health, few industries have undergone such change in such a short amount of time. The silver lining is the treasure trove of digital data, which will enable providers to analyze and compare information across thousands of patients instead of relying on the anecdotal evidence they previously used. To access this knowledge, organizations are turning to analytics. Unfortunately, many organizations are rushing to implement any type of healthcare analytics program without consideration of the steps that must take place to build an effective, long-term analytics solution.
Competing on Healthcare Analytics is a practical guide to implementing population health analytics. The book makes a clear argument for how an analytics initiative should be implemented using Mr. Bennett’s foundational approach and identifies the most critical success factors. Healthcare organizations should re-access their approach to implementing population health analytics after reading this book. [MORE]
By Dr. Joseph Tan with Dr. Fay Cobb Payton
With Contributing Author Bryan Bennett
President of Insight Data Group
Published by Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Third Edition (May 21, 2009)
This is an update to the book originally written exclusively by Dr. Tan in 2001. In this edition, Dr. Tan and his co-editor Dr. Fay Cobb Payton, update the prior edition with the help of over 20 academic and thought leaders from the information technology and healthcare strategy arenas. Topics include: information systems from a managerial perspective; roles of CIO/CTO for healthcare services organizations; HMIS hardware/software concepts; HMIS database concepts; HMIS standards, privacy, and security concepts; HMIS communications and networking concepts; HMIS strategic planning; HMIS investigation & analysis; HMIS design, implementation, and evaluation; e-healthcare information systems; healthcare information systems; use of HMIS emerging technologies and its impact on human health. [MORE]