Join Sharon Buchbinder and Nancy Shanks in this free webinar on Thursday Oct 21 at 1 pm EDT as they examine re-emerging outbreaks from the perspective of health care managers and administrators including:
- The rise of vaccine-preventable outbreaks and the impact of anti-vaccination claims
- Specific outbreaks including Ebola, Measles and Zika
- How hospitals and health care providers should prepare
This webinar was recorded and can be viewed here.
Sharon Buchbinder is Professor and Program Coordinator for the MS in Healthcare Management at Stevenson University in the Graduate and Professional School and former chair of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA). She is also the author of three books from Jones & Bartlett Learning: Introduction to Health Care Management, Cases in Health Care Management, and Career Opportunities in Health Care Management.
Nancy H. Shanks, PhD, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Health Professions, Health Care Management Program at Metropolitan State University of Denver. She has extensive experience in the health care field working first as a health services researcher and health policy analyst and later as the executive director of a grant-making, fund-raising foundation that was associated with a large multihospital system in Denver. Dr. Shanks has taught a variety of undergraduate courses in health services management, organization, research, human resources management, strategic management, and law. Dr. Shanks' research interests have focused on health policy issues, such as providing access to health care for the uninsured.