Reforms in healthcare were largely a result of effective change engineered throughout the 20th century. In addition, they served as the by-products of multiple evolving phenomena: Part 2 – Excerpt from “Margins & Missions … not Moonshots: Pathways to Better U.S. Higher Education,“ by Moritz M. Ziegler, M.D., Read Part 1. Provider-centered care was replaced by patient-centered […]
There is a requirement within the national security professional community for senior level officers to understand the application of military power to achieve national strategic objectives. To fulfill this requirement the United States and…
As a retired academic pediatric surgeon and as a member of the Board of Trustees of my alma mater, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, I am vicariously reliving the challenges of the last 40 years in American healthcare, and particularly in academic medicine and surgery, as our Board charts a vision and its supportive strategies to deal with the evolving “perfect storm” facing higher education.
Education in the future is that it is not so much about high tech as it is about high touch. It is a world that sees education as the tool that unleashes our potential for great things and great people. Interview with
What are some of the issues and potential solutions concerning student safety in higher education, regardless of type and location of venue?
Student health and counseling (S&HC) are frequently overlooked services—overlooked, that is until there is a campus emergency, epidemic, or incident.
More colleges are facing accreditation problems. It’s a burgeoning and critical new issue in higher education—accreditation—and the accreditation process.
If necessity is the mother of invention, then it is time to pay a visit to her cousin, replication – replication, as in borrowing from successful institutional playbooks in generating more charitable donations from individuals and families. Excerpt from “Margins & Missions … not Moonshots: Pathways to Better U.S. Higher Education,“ by James L. Mahon, […]
What is the single most important stumbling block of universities in terms of efficiency and cost reduction? Tenure? Workload? Facilities? Research? It might surprise you…
What are some of the changing demographic and behavioral issues of higher education students today?