The Physician's Essential MBA: What Every Physician Leader Needs to Know

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Michael J. Stahl, Peter J. Dean
Aspen Publishers, 1999 - Medical - 322 pages
The Physician's Essential MBA: What Every Physician Leader Needs to Know is the essential resource for physicians who are seeking sophisticated business and managerial skills in order to survive in today's health care environment. This comprehensive text covers everything from change and strategy to effective data utilization.

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Michael Stahl" is currently Director of the Physician Executive MBA Program and Distinguished Professor of Management in the College of Business Administration at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He teaches strategy in the PEBMA and in the full-time MBA program. He has published twelve books including "The Physician s Essential MBA, "(Aspen, 1999) and over fifty journal articles in a variety of areas including Strategic Management and Managed Care. U.S. News & World Report ranked UT College of Business Administration 37th of 1300 business programs in the nation. The MBA Program ranked among the top 50 overall and among the top 20 public institutions (Business Week).

Peter Dean is a Fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University. He teaches on the Centre's graduate program as well as at the Australian Command and Staff College. He is currently working on a history of the Australian-American military relationship in the South West Pacific, 1942 1945, which is being funding through a United States Studies Centre (USSC) Grant. As part of this project, Peter will be a Research Associate at the USSC at the University of Sydney, and a visiting scholar at Georgetown University and the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW. Peter is a contributing editor to the journal Global War Studies and a peer review editor for Cambridge University Press and Murdoch Press.

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