Her primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Health informatics, Leadership development, Public relations and Gerontology. Her studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Nursing, Health care quality and HRHIS. Her Health informatics study combines topics in areas such as Computerized physician order entry and Focus group.
Her Focus group research incorporates themes from Multimedia, Social cognitive theory, Best practice and Medical education. Her Gerontology research integrates issues from Cancer screening, Underserved Population, Breast cancer, Mammography and Health education. The various areas that she examines in her Operations management study include Patient safety and Medical emergency.
Nursing, Knowledge management, Family medicine, Medical emergency and Patient safety are her primary areas of study. Her Nursing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quality and Patient portal. Her Patient portal study combines topics in areas such as Health information technology, Medical education and Patient experience.
Her study in Best practice extends to Knowledge management with its themes. Her work in Family medicine tackles topics such as Breast cancer which are related to areas like Safety net. In her articles, Ann Scheck McAlearney combines various disciplines, including Health informatics and Information system.
Ann Scheck McAlearney mainly investigates Nursing, Patient portal, Family medicine, Health information technology and Telehealth. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Healthcare associated infections and Patient experience. In general Family medicine study, her work on Primary care and Patient education often relates to the realm of Formative assessment and Modalities, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her Health information technology research incorporates themes from Gerontology, Public relations and Public health. Her studies in Public relations integrate themes in fields like Quality, Public health informatics and Health informatics. Her work carried out in the field of Quality management brings together such families of science as Shared vision, Knowledge management and Practice change.
Her primary areas of investigation include Nursing, Management practices, Patient portal, Infection control and Applied psychology. Many of her studies on Nursing apply to Internet access as well. Her studies deal with areas such as Ambulatory care, Health information technology and Patient-centered care as well as Patient portal.
Ann Scheck McAlearney has included themes like Telemedicine, Digital divide and Gerontology in her Health information technology study. In general Infection control, her work in Healthcare associated infections is often linked to Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak and Operationalization linking many areas of study. She has researched Applied psychology in several fields, including Facilitator, Organizational change, Mediator and Moderation.
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System for monitoring and managing the health care of a patient population
Mark Trusheim;Ann McAlearney;Timothy Melkus;J. Michael Yager.
Leadership development in healthcare: a qualitative study
Ann Scheck McAlearney.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (2006)
Doctors' experience with handheld computers in clinical practice: qualitative study.
Ann Scheck McAlearney;Sharon B Schweikhart;Mitchell A Medow.
Recruitment of minority and underserved populations in the United States: the Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities experience.
Electra D. Paskett;Katherine W. Reeves;John M. McLaughlin;Mira L. Katz.
Contemporary Clinical Trials (2008)
Using leadership development programs to improve quality and efficiency in healthcare.
Ann Scheck McAlearney.
Journal of Healthcare Management (2008)
Developing effective physician leaders: changing cultures and transforming organizations.
Ann Scheck McAlearney;David Fisher;Karen Heiser;Darryl Robbins.
Hospital Topics (2005)
Randomized Trial of an Intervention to Improve Mammography Utilization Among a Triracial Rural Population of Women
Electra Paskett;Cathy Tatum;Julia Rushing;Robert Michielutte.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (2006)
The Role of Cognitive and Learning Theories in Supporting Successful EHR System Implementation Training: A Qualitative Study
Ann Scheck McAlearney;Ann Scheck McAlearney;Julie Robbins;Nina Kowalczyk;Deena J. Chisolm;Deena J. Chisolm.
Medical Care Research and Review (2012)
High-performance work systems in health care management, part 1: development of an evidence-informed model.
Andrew N. Garman;Ann Scheck McAlearney;Michael I. Harrison;Paula H. Song.
Health Care Management Review (2011)
Racial differences in colorectal cancer screening practices and knowledge within a low-income population.
Ann Scheck McAlearney;Katherine W. Reeves;Stephanie L. Dickinson;Kimberly M. Kelly.
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