Bachelor of Arts, University of Pennsylvania, 1981<br>Master in Business Administration, Northeastern University, 1985<br>Master of Arts in Education, University of San Francisco, 2000Personal Website
MA, University of San Francisco, 2000
MBA, Northeastern University, 1985
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1981
My most recent qualitative research at CWRU is titled- <i>Hospital Leadership in Times of Crisis: How Leader Humility During the Global Pandemic Enabled Their Organizations to be More Resilient and Responsive to the Changing Needs for Care</i>. My follow-on quantitative research at CWRU is titled- <i>HOW HOSPITAL LEADERSHIP DURING THE GLOBAL COVID-19 PANDEMIC ENABLED RESILIENT RESPONSE TO THE CHANGING NEED FOR CARE. </i>In both studies I examine the linkages between leader behavior, team performance, organizational resiliency and system sustainability during a crisis. I plan to continue this research in a more extensive PhD case study of the VA Hospital System that is tentatively titled- <i>The Virtuous VA – Transcending Duty in a Crisis.</i><br>I have been invited to speak about my research at the World Hospital Council in Barcelona in November 2021 and at the NVivio Virtual Conference in September 2021 on the topic: <i>Transcending Boundaries in Qualitative Research. </i>
For the past few years I have balanced my time between investing in and assisting healthcare start-ups across the country working on new and novel solutions to clinical and administrative challenges, in pursuit of a PhD focused on how to redesign healthcare to be a sustainable system and as a Fowler Center Fellow at Case Western- (https://weatherhead.case.edu/centers/fowler/about/team#mike-bellissimo). I also serve on the boards of healthcare philanthropies including Atlas of Care, a San Francisco-based caregiver support philanthropy and on the Dukes County Health Council.
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- DM Student Leadership Award, Weatherhead School at Case Western. (2022).