Our faculty members are regular contributors to the professional literature in the field, through a variety of publication channels: books, peer-reviewed journals and our own newsletter.
In addition, the College serves as the editorial home for two national peer-reviewed journals, Population Health Management and American Journal of Medical Quality.
For more information, see the sections below.
Population Points is a monthly column of the Population Health Learning Network overseen by Population Health Program Director, Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA. As Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Kaminski explores various population health topics and provides insight into current trends and major events in the health care industry.
Population Health: Creating a Culture of Wellness
David B. Nash, MD, MBA; Alexis Skoufalos, EdD, MS; Raymond Fabius, MD, FACPE; and Willie H. Oglesby, PhD, MBA, MSPH, FACHE. Jones & Bartlett Learning; 3rd edition (2020). A comprehensive forward-looking approach to population health that reflects the evolution in today’s dynamic healthcare landscape by conveying the key concepts of population health management and examining strategies for creating a culture of health and wellness in the context of health care reform.
The Healthcare Quality Book: Vision, Strategy and Tools
Edited by Elizabeth R. Ransom, MD, Maulik S. Joshi, DrPH, David B. Nash, MD, MBA, Scott B. Ransom, DO, FACHE. Health Administration Press; 4th edition (2019). This book provides the framework, strategies, and practical tactics that all healthcare leaders need as they learn, implement, and manage quality improvement efforts. The latest edition has been significantly redeveloped and reimagined, with content strategically refined to focus on what is most essential for healthcare managers.
Demand Better! Revive Our Broken Healthcare System
Sanjaya Kumar, MD, MSc, MPH, and David B. Nash, MD, MBA; Second River Healthcare (2011). This is a book about debunking healthcare myths through the lens of quality. It synthesizes for the healthcare executive the many trends, initiatives, reports, organizations and policies that look beyond our healthcare myths and stand on the front lines of the quality and safety revolution.
Purchase from Second River Healthcare.
Governance for Health Care Providers. The Call to Leadership.
Edited by David B. Nash, MD, MBA, William J. Oetgen, MD, MBA, and Valerie P. Pracilio. Productivity Press (2008). Provides practical guidance for medical professionals who serve on boards of private and nonprofit healthcare institutions and delves into the complexities of governing with over-burdened systems.
Purchase from Amazon.
Practicing Medicine in the 21st Century
Edited by David B. Nash, MD, MBA, Alexandria Skoufalos, EdD, Megan Hartman MS, and Howard Horwitz, MPH. American College of Physician Executives (2006). This multi-authored book addresses various topics which are imperative for physicians getting ready to join or start their own medical practice. It serves as a good guide for residency education and trainees while providing a good knowledge base for anyone wanting to learn about medicine in the 21st Century.
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The Quality Solution: The Stakeholder's Guide to Improving Health Care
Edited by David B. Nash, MD, MBA, and Neil I. Goldfarb. Jones & Bartlett Publishers; edition (2006). The book informs and challenges professionals in public health, medicine, health administration, and health law to bridge the quality chasm and participate in the transformation of the healthcare system through the science of healthcare quality-measurement and improvement.
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Population Health Management
This authoritative peer-reviewed journal delivers a comprehensive, integrated approach to the field of population health and provides information designed to improve the systems and policies that affect health care quality, access and outcomes.
What is Population Health? Ten Years On...Population Health program director, Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA, takes a historial approach to understanding the impact of the ACA and it's relationship to population health.
The Pandemic Exposes Clear Opportunities for Population Health in the United States. JCPH faculty Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA, and Alexis Skoufalos, EdD, examine ways in which the field of population health can be leveraged to accelerate practices and interventions that advance the healthcare system. Their call-to-action outlines the eight principles of population health to consider in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Published online, April 15, 2020.
Special Issue: Reducing Healthcare Disparities in Underserved Populations. This issue highlights what have learned from our colleagues across the nation who have shared their research findings on health inequities in our society, building on insights from our previous special issue, Population Health and the Pandemic: Early Lessons.
Population Health and the Pandemic: Early Lessons. This special suppement focuses on the glaring systemic inequities revealed during on the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and examines ways in which healthcare systems need to improve in addressing the social determinants of health.
American Journal of Medical Quality
Special Issue Podcast
Has the Nation Made Progress in the Last 20 Years? American College of Medical Quality President, Donald E. Casey, MD, MPH, MBA, DFACMQ, and journal Editor-in-Chief, David B. Nash, MD, MBA discuss this special issue, To Err is Human, and review the most-read articles of the past 20 years. Additionally, Dr. Nash shares his perspective as Editor-in-Chief and reviews the journal's impact on the environment since 1999 in regards to healthcare safety.
The 2021 Vizient Connections Summit Report. The 2021 Vizient® Connections Summit brought together more than 3400 members, suppliers, and others to celebrate their work in caring for and supporting patients and communities during the pandemic, provide insights into how to sustain top performance in quality and accountability, and offer perspectives on potential systemic changes and how organizations should prepare for them.
Population Health Matters is a quarterly digital newsletter of the College of Population Health.