John L. Hickman

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Stroke, otherwise referred to as "brain attack," remains one of the most devastating diseases in the country today. Each year, approximately half a million strokes occur and approximately 150,000 stroke victims survive. According to the American Heart Association, it is considered the leading cause of permanent disability in adults. The need to view strokes(More)
The Catholic Health Association's (CHA's) study "Transformational Leadership for the Healing Ministry: Competencies for the Future" is a powerful tool for the identification and development of leaders in Catholic healthcare. The study can help executives measure their own performance against a standard of excellence and establish goals to improve their(More)
In the current health care market, there is a sharp awareness by both consumers and managed care providers that hospitals are only as good as the outcomes they can produce. Collaboration among disciplines that provide services, in this case treatment for stroke has enhanced patient outcomes. The synergy that has developed among those involved has thus far(More)