Dr. Alberto Coustasse, Associate Professor in the
Health Care Administration Program, has co-authored several recently published
articles. Among them are:
Coustasse A., Larry, J., Lee D. Can Kawasaki disease be managed? Permanente Journal, Spring 2012, 16 (2) pgs. 70-2.
Stump T., Zilch S., Coustasse A., The emergence and potential impact of medicine 2.0 in the healthcare industry, Hospital Topics, April-June 2012, 90(2) pgs. 33-8.
Conley, C., Coustasse, A. M., Sikula, A. Financial Incentives: Pay For Performance (P4p) And The Effects On Chronically Ill Patients. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2012, 2:132-143.
Vaughan A., Coustasse A.. Accountable care organization musical chairs: will there be a seat remaining for the small group or solo practice?, Erratum in April-June, Hospital Topics 2011, 90(2) pg. 46.
Lee, D., Coustasse A., Sikula A. Transforming leadership and workplace injury and absenteeism, analysis of a National Nursing Assistant Survey. Health Care Management Review, 2011 Oct,-Dec. 36(14), pgs. 380-7.
In addition, recent professional presentations include:
“Computer Physician Order Entry and Clinical Decision Support Systems: Benefits and Concerns”, 48th Annual MBAA International Conference, MBAA, Chicago, Coustasse, A. M., March, 2012.
“Benefits and Constraints of Telepsychiatry Utilization in the United States,” 48th Annual MBAA International Conference, MBBA, Chicago, Coustasse, A. M., March 2012.
“Treating Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus with the Drug Vancomycin in a Home Infusion Therapy Setting,” 48th Annual MBAA International Conference, March 2012, MBBA International, Chicago, Coustasse, A. M., Emmett, D. C., March 2012.
In addition, in March he received the Best Paper Award at the Business and Health Administration Association, MIS track with the work, ”Computer Physician Order Entry and Clinical Decision Support Systems, Benefits and Concerns.”
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