CHICAGO (December 30, 2019) – The Center for Hospital and Healthcare Administration History announces a new publication in the Hospital Administration Oral History series:
Dec 30, 2019
American Hospital Association Center for Hospital and Healthcare Administration History and Health Research & Educational Trust 2019 Interviewed by Kim M. Garber On July 18, 2019 EDITED TRANSCRIPT Interviewed in Chicago, Illinois
Aug 20, 2019
Larry Mathis served for 26 years at the Methodist Health Care System in Houston. He started there as an administrative resident as part of his graduate training while at Washington University and retired as President and CEO of this world-class institution. He has also served as Board Chairman of…
Dec 18, 2018
Interviewed by Kim M. Garber On June 14, 2018 Edited by Kim M. Garber Sponsored by American Hospital Association Center for Hospital and Healthcare Administration History and Health Research & Educational Trust Chicago, Illinois 2018
Dec 18, 2018
The Center for Hospital and Healthcare Administration History announces a new publication in the Hospital Administration Oral History series: Wayne M. Lerner, DPH, in First Person: An Oral History
Oct 11, 2018
To support his expanding family, Robinson left teaching to begin full-time work at Aetna — eventually leading to an opportunity to work for the American Hospital Association.
Sep 26, 2018
In this comprehensive oral history interview about his career, Don Wegmiller reminisces about each step along his career path.
Sep 20, 2018
On Sept. 25, PBS will air "Faith – Hope – Science," a documentary on the Mayo Clinic by Ken Burns and long-time collaborators Erik and Christopher Ewers. Dan Beckham previews the film and takes a look at Mayo’s 150-year journey.
Aug 23, 2018
William D. Petasnick, while a student at the University of Wisconsin in the 1960s, formed a lifelong mentorship and pursuance of a career in health care after speaking with Wisconsin General Hospital Superintendent Edward Connors on the topic of the newly passed Medicare program.