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Conspiracy to Injustice

Jimmie Clay

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336 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.In the spring of 1996, an assessment study was performed to ascertain the feasibility of integrating the Tuskegee VA Medical Center with the VA Medical Center located in Montgomery, Alabama. Representative work-groups from both medical centers, the Atlanta Network, veteran service organization officials, along with a paid consultant, participated in the development of findings and conclusions that consolidation should be undertaken. On September 10, 1996, the Honorable Jesse Brown, Secretary of Veterans Affairs, approved the merger. The primary goals of the merger were to improve the quality of healthcare and access to care, reduce administrative costs, and redirect the savings to patient care delivery and enhance patients satisfaction. The merger created a new organization to be known as Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System or CAVHCS. The Tuskegee Campus was designated as the East Campus and Montgomery site was to be recognized as the West Campus. Approved plans stipulated that the West Campus would provide acute, general medical and surgical services. The East Campus new mission would be sub-acute and long-term care and a full range of psychiatric services. Plans also showed that both campuses were expected to continue to provide primary care services. In January 1997, Jimmie Clay was appointed Health Care System Director for the new organization, CAVHCS. His appointment to this position was the straw that broke the camels back. As some viewed the event, all hell broke lose. Shortly after Clays appointment, a number of extraordinary events occurred that precipitated disappointments and apprehension over the merger and caused a number of stakeholders to question whether the merger should be continued. It was made known in February 1997 that a handful of employees at the Montgomery Campus were upset with the proposed plan presented by Clay that considered centralizing administrative services at the Tuskegee Campus. At least two disgruntled employees wro This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. N° de ref. de la librería 9781403397171

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Título: Conspiracy to Injustice

Editorial: AuthorHouse

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:New

Tipo de libro: Paperback

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In the spring of 1996, an assessment study was performed to ascertain the feasibility of integrating the Tuskegee VA Medical Center with the VA Medical Center located in Montgomery, Alabama. Representative work-groups from both medical centers, the Atlanta Network, veteran service organization officials, along with a paid consultant, participated in the development of findings and conclusions that consolidation should be undertaken. On September 10, 1996, the Honorable Jesse Brown, Secretary of Veterans Affairs, approved the merger. The primary goals of the merger were to improve the quality of healthcare and access to care, reduce administrative costs, and redirect the savings to patient care delivery and enhance patients' satisfaction. The merger created a new organization to be known as 'Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System' or CAVHCS. The Tuskegee Campus was designated as the East Campus and Montgomery site was to be recognized as the West Campus. Approved plans stipulated that the West Campus would provide acute, general medical and surgical services. The East Campus new mission would be sub-acute and long-term care and a full range of psychiatric services. Plans also showed that both campuses were expected to continue to provide primary care services.In January 1997, Jimmie Clay was appointed Health Care System Director for the new organization, CAVHCS. His appointment to this position was the straw that broke the camel's back. As some viewed the event, 'all hell broke lose.' Shortly after Clay's appointment, a number of extraordinary events occurred that precipitated disappointments and apprehension over the merger and caused a number of stakeholders to question whether the merger should be continued. It was made known in February 1997 that a handful of employees at the Montgomery Campus were upset with the proposed plan presented by Clay that considered centralizing administrative services at the Tuskegee Campus. At least two disgruntled employees wro

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Jimmie L. Clay, FACHE, joined Veterans Affairs (VA) in February 1967 as an Accountant Trainee, and retired from the agency on March 31, 2000 as Business Office Liaison at VA Headquarters, Washington, DC. Clay was an outstanding leader in Veterans Health Administration during his employment with the agency. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a Masters degree in Management/Human Relations and Organization Behavior with specialization in healthcare management. He was a member of the Senior Executive Service for 14 years and successfully directed the activities at the Tuskegee VA Medical Center for more than twelve years. Clay held progressively responsible executive management positions for at least eighteen years while employed by VA. His successful career in public health care spans 30 years.Clay received a wide variety of recognitions, awards, and honors from not only VA, but also from many civic, professional, and veterans organizations. These include awards from the Alabama, Arizona, and Ohio Hospital Associations, Governor of Alabama, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Blinded Veterans Association, American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, Optimist International, Boy Scouts of America, American College of Healthcare Executives, and the Alabama Healthcare Executives. Clay had a consistently outstanding record of service to veterans both nationally and within the states he was assigned during his VA career.Clay is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, a professional organization whose mission includes promotion of high ethical standards of conduct for its members and advancement of excellence in healthcare management.Clay was selected to represent VA on the prestigious president's Task Force on National Health Care Reform and was commended for his performance on that task force. He served as a Faculty appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Master of Science Program in Health Administration at the U

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