HCM 2017 Annual Meeting Recap PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 21 August 2017 16:32

The Health Care Management (HCM) Division of the Academy of Management held its annual business meeting on August 7, 2017, at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Georgia. Vicky Parker, Division Chair, presided over the meeting and discussed several business items before turning over the program to incoming chair, Amy Landry, who announced the recipients of the HCM annual awards.

The business meeting agenda included included recognizing member milestones (e.g., promotion, tenure, completed doctoral degrees), a report on the results of the Division’s five-year review, AOM program highlights, recognition of the 2017  sponsors, discussion of plans to revise the domain statement,  introduction of the HCM leadership team for 2017-2018, and the recognition of award recipients.

Five-year review feedback highlights included many strengths, such as the impressive increase in sponsorships, innovative use of the 2016 plenary, improvement in communication strategy and tools, good gender balance, and high overall member satisfaction. Areas for additional work included addressing the low non-North American membership in the division and low submissions as a percentage of members (16-17% annually). Dr. Parker reported that efforts to increase non-North American members had already begun to implemented, which included the addition of an appointed board member to focus specifically on these efforts. Plans are to convert this appointed position to an elected position in the future. Another new effort has been the establishment of a student engagement committee, led by the student representative on the board, Alden Lai.

Other action items planned for 2017 through 2022 include revising the domain statement to ensure it accurately reflects the division’s current/future foci; focusing on globalization of participate and perspectives; engaging scholars between meetings (e.g., virtual research incubator, more frequent surveys); and targeting important sub-groups to build inclusion (e.g., students, emeriti, practitioners, global members.

Tia Gilmartin, 2017 Program Chair, shared the following highlights:

  • 19.24 hours of programming
  • 113 papers submitted
  • 61 accepted
  • 144 reviewers; 209 volunteers
  • 94.9% review completion rate
  • 7 symposia submitted; 5 accepted
  • 6 papers in proceedings; 2 first-authored by global members; 1 by a consultant

Tim Vogus, PDW Chair/Program Chair Elect, reported that HCM offered 11 Professional Development Workshop sessions for a total of 17 hours of PDW programming. The Emerging Scholars Consortium on Friday had 41 participants from Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, and the U.S.

Meeting Sponsors for 2017

  • Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA)
  • Boston University SPH,  Dept. of Health Law, Policy and Management
  • Indiana University, Richard M. Fairbanks SPH, Dept. of HPM
  • Medical University of South Carolina
  • New Connections:  Increasing Diversity of RWJF Programming
  • New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing
  • Ohio State University, College of Medicine, Dept. of Family Medicine
  • Rush University, Dept. of Health Systems Management
  • UAB School of Health Professions, Dept. of Health Services Administration
  • Vanderbilt University, Owens Graduate School of Management
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Dept. of Health Administration

HCM Membership and Meeting Attendees (as of July 18, 2017)

908 members (as of July 18, 2017)

annual meeting attendance trend graph

HCM Financial Report

2016 Year End Operating Budget

$15,246

AoM Allocation (Jan 1, 2017)

$10,312

Operating funds (Jan 1, 2017)

$25,558

Contributions (June 2017)

$8,000

Operating funds (June 2017)

$33,558

Expenses: Scholarships+ Teaching Awards (2017)

$3,700

Expenses: Catering (2017)

$15,500

Estimated carry-over

$14,358

Endowment (Jan 1 2017)

$13,474

Expected AoM Allocation (2018)

$10,433

 

HCM Division Leadership for 2017-2018

Elected Positions

Division Chair: Amy Landry

Past Division Chair: Vicky Parker

Chair Elect: Tia Gilmartin

Program Chair: Tim Vogus

PDW Chair:  Sara Singer

Academics at Large: Larry Hearld* and Ingrid Nembhard

Practitioners at Large:  Jerry Glandon and Jean Ann Larson*

Appointed Positions

Secretary: Terri Menser

Treasurer: Olena Mazurenko

Teaching Committee Chair: Cheryl Rathert

Practice Committee Chair: Gouri Gupte

Research Committee Chair: Laura McClelland

Communication Committee Chair: Cathleen Erwin

Membership Engagement Liaison:  Tim Huerta

Academy Membership Liaison:  Deirdre McCaughey

Social Networking Coordinator:  Nick Edwardson

Webmaster: Claudia Gonzales

Student Representative: Alden Lai*

International Representative: Daniele Mascia*

*denotes new team member

Health Care Management Division Annual Awards

HCM Division Teaching Award (2 recipients in 2017):

Nir Menachemi, Ph.D., Professor and Department Chair, Department of Health Policy and Management, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, Indiana University

Rangaraj “Ranga” Ramanujam, Ph.D., Professor, Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University

Keith G. Provan Distinguished Scholar Award

Douglas Wholley, Ph.D., Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management, University of Minnesota

Myron D. Fottler Exceptional Service Award

Trish Reay, Ph.D., Professor, Alberta School of Business

Health Care Management Paper Award Winners and Runners-Up

2017 Outstanding Paper Based on a Dissertation, sponsored by Medical Care Research and Review

Best Paper: Matthew Perrigino, Purdue University, “When Everybody’s Blocked: Understanding Shared Perceptions of Workarounds and Workaround Behaviors”

Runner-Up: Terri Menser, The Ohio State University, “The Role of Care Coordination in Meeting Quality Performance Measures in Ambulatory Care Settings”

Best Health Care Management Theory to Practice Award, sponsored by Healthcare Management Review

Best Paper: Valerie A. Lewis, Dartmouth College; Carrie Colla, Dartmouth College;  Stephen M Shortell, University of California, Berkley, and Kate Tierney UNC Chapel Hill, “The New Frontier of Strategic Alliances: Partnership under Accountable Care Organizations”

Runner-Up: Carolyn Tory Hogan, The Ohio State University, "The Relationship between Hospital Vertical Integration of Sub-Acute Care and Performance”

Best HCM Paper on an International Theme, sponsored by Emerald Group Publishing

Best Paper: Eugene Tay, Sebastiano Massaro, and Ivo Vlaev, University of Warwick, “Toward a Behavioral Model of Shared Decision Making”

Runners Up:

Michael Bresnen, Damian Edward Hodgson, John S. Hassard, Simon Bailey and Paula Hyde, The University of Manchester, “Hybrid Careers and Managerial Identity in UK Healthcare Organizations”

Graeme Martin, University of Dundee; Sabina Siebert, University of Glasgow; Brian Howieson, University of Dundee, and Stacey Bushfield, University of Dundee, “ How do Elite Doctors Respond to Tensions in Hybrid Healthcare Organizations?”

Best HCM Paper Submitted to the Annual Meeting, sponsored by the Foundation of the American College of Healthcare Executives

Best Paper: Yuna Lee, Columbia University; Paul Cleary, Yale University ; and Ingrid Nembhard, Yale University, “Fostering Implementation of Staff’s Creative Ideas to Improve Patient Healthcare Experiences”

Runners-Up

Minna Paunova, Copenhagen Business School and Ying Li, DTU Danish Technical University, "Team Cohesion in Intensive Care Nursing: At the Interface of Nurse Self-Concept and Unit Structure”

Carl Blankart, University of Bern; Andrew Foster, Brown University; and Vincent Mor, Brown University, "The Effect of Political Control on Financial Performance and Structure of US Nursing Homes”

Olivia Jung, Abt Associates; Andea Blasco, Harvard University, and; Karin R. Lakhani, Harvard University, "Perceived Organizational Support For Learning and Contribution to Improvement by Frontline Staff"

Outstanding Reviewers

Carolin Auschra

Elizabeth Clayton

Sebastian Gurtner

Larry R. Hearld

Eva Maria Oppel

Ann M. Nguyen

Katrina Radford

Trish Reay

Peter Rivard

Geoffrey Silvera

Patrick Shay

Rebecca S. Wells

Daan Westra

 
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