Healthcare Research by Seton Hall Regent
Seton Hall’s presence in national and international research fields
continues to grow in scope and impact. The major scholarly index SCOPUS
indexed 150 journals for 2013 that boasted Seton Hall authors,
including both undergraduate and graduate authors. Deans have joined in
this effort and the past year saw a major scholarly book and several
scientific articles authored by our Deans. And in 2013 this effort even
included a member of our Board of Regents.
Regent Donna O’Brien, a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare
Executives and the CEO of Strategic Visions in Healthcare, LLC,
published the article “The Role of a Public–Private
Partnership: Translating Science to Improve Cancer Care in the
Community” with collaborator Arnold Kaluzny in the January 2014 issue of
Journal of Healthcare Management. The article concerns the results of
the Community Cancer Centers Program of the National Cancer Institute,
an initiative to bring innovations emerging from academic research
hospitals to 16 community hospitals.
This article follows a chapter titled “Using Networks to Increase
Value” in the 2013 book How to Get Better Value Cancer Care, edited by
Muir Gray and David Kerr and published by Offox books. More than a
dozen healthcare experts contributed to the book on this timely topic.
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