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Lee W. Bewley, PhD, MHA, FACHE

Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army

Program Director & Associate Professor

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Office Phone: (210) 221-6740
Email: lee.w.bewley.mil@mail.mil

Education:

  • 2005 Ph.D. – Administration-Health Services (Strategy)
    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama

 

  • 1999 MHA – Health Administration
    Baylor University, Waco, Texas

 

  • 1991 BA – Economics and Business
    Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia


Courses:

  • Health Economics and Policy
  • Macroeconomics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Leadership in Complex Organizations
  • Strategic Management

Professional Affiliations:

  • Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives
  • Fellow, Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education
  • Member, Medical Group Management Association
  • Member, Academy of Management
  • Member, Southern Management Association

Publications:

Fulton, L., Perry, M., Wood, S., Bewley, L. (2010) Engineering the New Combat Support Hospital. Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation.

Hernandez, S.R. and O'Connor, S.J. (2010) Strategic Human Resources Management in Health Services Organizations, Amy Yarbrough and Lee Bewley, Leadership Development, Succession Planning, and Mentoring, Thomson-Delmar Learning, Clifton Park, NY.

Johnson, James, A. (2007). Health Organizations: Theory, Behavior, and Development, Lee Bewley, Power and Politics in Healthcare Organizations, Jones and Bartlett Publishers,Boston, MA.

Kitaeff, Jack (2007), Phantom Psychological & Psychiatric Phenomena, Cambria Press, Youngstown, NY . , M. Nicholas Coppola, Lee Bewley, Jeffrey P. Harrison & Meghan Shapiro, Chapter 16, Medical Malingering & Disability: Historic, Economic, and Modern Perspectives with Management Considerations.

Vault, S., Bewley, L., Yarbrough, A., and Smith, T. (2005). “How Quickly We Forget: Seminal Lessons from America’s Early Management Theorists.” Southern Management Association Proceedings. Charleston, South Carolina.

Academic and Professional Presentations:

Bewley, L. (2007). "A Multi-Dimensional Model of Leadership Development." American Psychological Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, California.

Bewley, L.(2006). “Instilling Leadership Development: An Analysis of the Impact of Federal Education on Mentoring within a Multi-Dimensional Model of Mentoring.” American Psychological Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Vault, S., Bewley, L., Yarbrough, A., and Smith, T. (2005). “How Quickly We Forget: Seminal Lessons from America’s Early Management Theorists.” Southern Academy of Management Annual Conference. Charleston, South Carolina.

Bewley, L. and Goodman, R. (2005). “Mentoring to Achieve the Mission: Analysis and Focused Discussion.” Army Healthcare Executives Short Course. Chicago, Illinois.

Bewley, L. (2005). “Seasons of Leadership: An Analysis of Career Group Differences Across Dimensions of Mentoring.” University of Alabama at Birmingham Graduate Student Research Day. Birmingham, Alabama.

Bewley, L. (2005). “Conducting Surveys to Support Leadership Development Initiatives.” Seminar Session for University of Alabama at Birmingham Graduate Program in Health Informatics.

Key, S., Bewley, L., and Vault, S. (2004). “Stakeholder (still not) Theory: A Twenty Year Journey.” Society of Business Ethics Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Bewley, L. (2004). “Evaluating the Impact of Information Technology Investments on Structural Inertia in the Healthcare Market.” Seminar Session for University of Alabama at Birmingham Graduate Program in Health Informatics.

Bewley, L. and Goodman, R. (2003). “Analysis of the 2003 Medical Service Corps Mentoring Survey.” European Regional Medical Command Annual Conference. Lindau, Germany.

Bewley, L., and Henderson, S. (2003). “Analysis of the Medical Service Corps Mentoring Survey. “ Association of the United States Army Annual Medical Symposium. San Antonio, Texas.