Much research has been conducted on the benefits of CAHME Accreditation, competency based education, and health care management education. Enclosed are a few articles in peer reviewed journals that illuminate the value of choosing an accredited programs that is based on competency-based education.
Anderson, M and Garman, A. (2017, under review) Preparing Future Healthcare Leaders through Graduate Education: The Impact of Program Accreditation on Quality Improvement
Beauvais, B., Richter, J., Kim, F., Weigel, F., Brezinski, P., Downs, L., … & Powers, J. (2018). The Influence of CAHME Accreditation Findings and Program Reputation on Length of Healthcare Management Program Accreditation. Journal of Health Administration Education, 34(4), 569-584.
Agris, J. & Brichto, E. (2017, June 14-16). Current Trends in Graduate Health Management Professionalism: An Examination of Accreditation Outcomes. Poster presentation at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA), Long Beach, CA.
Fick, J., Dishman, L., Adler, K., & Williams, L. (2017, June 14-16). How do U.S. hospital CEOs perceive leadership competencies of health administration graduates? Poster presentation at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA), Long Beach, CA.
Broom, K., Turner, J., Brichto, E., (2016) “How Well Do Programs Fulfill Their Role in Management Development? An Analysis of Competency Assessments Using CAHME Accreditation Outcomes.” Journal of Health Administration Education. Volume 33, Number 4, Fall Issue.
Anderson, M. & Garman, (2016). Preparing Future Healthcare Leaders through Graduate Education: The Impact of Program Accreditation on Quality Improvement
Schulte, M., Coyne, F., Garman, Andrew. & West, D. (2015). Accreditation of Fully Online Graduate Programs in Healthcare Management: Ensuring Quality Education
Weiszbrod, T. (2015). Health care leader competencies and the relevance of emotional intelligence. The Health Care Manager, 34(2), 140-146. doi: 10.1097/HCM.0000000000000060
Rissi, J. & Gelmon, S. (2014). Development, Implementation, and Assessment of a Competency Model for a Graduate Public Affairs Program in Health Administration. Journal of Public Affairs Education Vol. 20, No. 3 (SUMMER 2014), pp. 335-352
Mangelsdorff, D. (2014). Competency-Based Curriculum, Outcomes, and Leader Development: Applications to a Graduate Program in Health Administration. Journal of Health Administration Education, Volume 31, Number 2, Spring 2014, pp. 111-133(23)
Weiszbrod, T. F. (2013). Quantitatively studying the relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership competencies in health care (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from Gradworks.umi.com (UMI 3537109).
Garman AN, Brinkmeyer L, Gentry D, Butler P, Fine D. (2010) Healthcare leadership ‘outliers’: An analysis of Senior administrators from the top U.S. hospitals. J Health Adm Educ 2010;27(2):87-97
Dalston, J., Prybil, L., Berman, H. & Lloyd, J. (2006). Transforming the Accreditation of Health Care Management Education. The McNerney Forum