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Name: Phil Rutsohn
Title: Professor @ MUGC
Office: Management & Marketing /LCOB
Phone: 304-746-2031
Email: PRutsohn@marshall.edu
Expert:
 
Achievements

Creative Works:
 (Author and Producer).(1996). Non-Profit Marketing. [Videotape]. (Available from D. E. Visuals: Insight Media, Mark ED, Australia Ed.)

(Author and Producer). (1997). Data Base Marketing. [Videotape]. (Available from D. E. Visuals: Insight Media, Mark ED, Australia Ed.)
 

Research Based:
 
Book Chapters:
& Kuniansky, H. (1997). Case 9:Helicopter emergency medical services at the medical college of Georgia Hospital and Clinics. In P. Ginter, L.E. Swayne & J. W. Dncan (Eds.), Stratetic management of health care organization (3rd) ed.). Oxford: Blackwell.
 
 
Presentations:
(1996, April). Consolidating government: Applying re-engineering principles to the consolidation of local government. Paper presented at the Association for Private Enterprise Education, Las Vegas, NV.

& Ibrahim, N. (1997, February 26). Small and rural hospitals: Positioning for the 90’s and beyond. Paper presented at the Southeast Decision Sciences Institute, Atlanta, GA.

(1997, April 2). Access America: An integrated health delivery system. Paper presented at the International Academy for Case Studies, Las Vegas, NV.

(1997, April 3).Database marketing systems for the next millennium. Paper presented at the Academy of Marketing Studies, Las Vegas, NV.

(1997, October 14). The campus behavioral health care center. Paper presented at the International Academy for Case Research, Miami, FL.

& Bradley, M. (1997, April 4). Accounting’s role in leadership and motivation: A matter of trust. Paper presented at the Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies, Las Vegas, NV.

& Bradley, M. (1997). An entrepreneurial measurement system in the retail furniture industry. Paper presented at the Academy of Entrepreneurship, Las Vegas, NV.
 
 
Proceedings:
& Ibrahim, N. (1999, April). An analysis of the demand for emergency room services: Implications for Medicare Managed Care, Proceedings of Advances in Health Care Research.
 
 
Publications:
(1996, Fall). Hospital Prescription for Managed Care. Healthscope 2000, 4, (4), 10-14.

& Bradley, M. (1997). Access America: An integrated health delivery system. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 3(2).

 

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