His scientific interests lie mostly in Health care, Nursing, Public relations, Pay for performance and Quality. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Best practice and MEDLINE. Gary J. Young has included themes like Family medicine, Veterans Affairs, Total quality management and Organizational culture in his Nursing study.
His Organizational culture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Teamwork and Quality management. His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Corporate governance, Principal–agent problem and Accounting. His Pay for performance research focuses on Financial incentives and how it relates to Professional association, Incentive program, Control and Payment.
Gary J. Young spends much of his time researching Health care, Nursing, Quality, Public relations and Family medicine. His research integrates issues of Knowledge management, Operations management and Quality management in his study of Health care. His Nursing research incorporates elements of Teamwork, Quality of care, Veterans Affairs and Organizational culture.
His research investigates the connection with Quality and areas like Incentive which intersect with concerns in Control. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Corporate governance, Principal–agent problem, Accountability, Quality assurance and Public sector. His work on Specialty as part of his general Family medicine study is frequently connected to Affect, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His main research concerns Family medicine, Medical imaging, Community health, Medicaid and Nursing. The concepts of his Family medicine study are interwoven with issues in Odds and Health care, Patient experience. His study of Reimbursement is a part of Health care.
His Community health research integrates issues from Community benefit and Needs assessment. Gary J. Young has researched Nursing in several fields, including Regression analysis and Skill mix. His Specialty study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quality, Ordinary least squares and Health policy.
Gary J. Young mainly focuses on Family medicine, Community health, Observational study, Community benefit and Needs assessment. Gary J. Young combines subjects such as Skill mix and Patient experience with his study of Family medicine. The Observational study study combines topics in areas such as Nursing, Staffing and Regression analysis.
His Community benefit study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth, Internal revenue, Public economics and Health insurance, Health reform. His Needs assessment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health needs, State, Accountability and Public relations. His work on Public relations is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
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Patient satisfaction with hospital care: effects of demographic and institutional characteristics.
Gary J. Young;Mark Meterko;Kamal R. Desai.
Medical Care (2000)
Top manager and network effects on the adoption of innovative management practices: a study of TQM in a public hospital system
Gary J. Young;Martin P. Charns;Stephen M. Shortell.
Strategic Management Journal (2001)
Validating risk-adjusted surgical outcomes: site visit assessment of process and structure1
Jennifer Daley;Maureen G Forbes;Gary J Young;Martin P Charns.
Journal of The American College of Surgeons (1997)
Teamwork culture and patient satisfaction in hospitals.
Mark Meterko;David C Mohr;Gary J Young.
Medical Care (2004)
Provision of Community Benefits by Tax-Exempt U.S. Hospitals
Gary J. Young;Chia Hung Chou;Chia Hung Chou;Jeffrey Alexander;Shoou Yih Daniel Lee.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2013)
Quality Improvement Implementation in the Nursing Home
Dan R. Berlowitz;Gary J. Young;Elaine C. Hickey;Debra Saliba.
Health Services Research (2003)
Patterns of coordination and clinical outcomes: a study of surgical services.
G J Young;M P Charns;K Desai;S F Khuri.
Health Services Research (1998)
Boards of Directors and the Adoption of a CEO Performance Evaluation Process: Agency — and Institutional — Theory Perspectives
Gary J. Young;Yvonne Stedham;Rafik I. Beekun.
Journal of Management Studies (2000)
Best practices for managing surgical services: the role of coordination.
Gary J. Young;Martin P. Charns;Jennifer Daley;Maureen G. Forbes.
Health Care Management Review (1997)
Implementing quality improvement in hospitals: the role of leadership and culture.
Victoria A. Parker;William H. Wubbenhorst;Gary J. Young;Kamal R. Desai.
American Journal of Medical Quality (1999)
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