Lee W. Bewley, PhD, FACHE

 

Health Management and Systems Sciences

Associate Professor, Program Director (Healthcare Leadership)
Room 109, SPHIS
485 E. Gray St., Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: 502-852-0568
Office Hours: By appointment
Lee.Bewley@louisville.edu

CURRICULUM VITAE

Dr. Lee W. Bewley is joining the University of Louisville faculty to serve as the Program Director for a new competency-based Healthcare Leadership bachelors degree program. Dr. Bewley will hold joint appointments in the School of Public Health and Information Sciences and the College of Education and Human Development. His educational background includes a Ph.D. in Administration, Health Services (Strategy) from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, MHA from Baylor University, and BA in Economics and Business from the Virginia Military Institute. Dr. Bewley is a board-certified healthcare executive with the American College of Healthcare Executives. He has served as a Fellow for the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Programs. Prior to joining the University of Louisville faculty, Dr. Bewley served twenty-three years in the Army Medical Department including a combat tour in Iraq leading a combat support hospital and culminating as Associate Dean of the Academy of Health Sciences Graduate School and Program Director of the Army-Baylor University MHA-MBA Program, a U.S. News Top 10 graduate healthcare management program. Dr. Bewley's research interests include leadership development and healthcare market strategy. Dr. Bewley serves on national and regional advisory boards including ACHE Regional Advisory Council and the Health Administration Press.

Research Interests

Human Capital Development, Competency-based Education, Strategic Market Interactions

Current Projects

Competency-based Education

Honors & Awards

Legion of Merit, United States Army, 2014

Meritorious Service Medal (4 awards), United States Army, 1991 - 2014

American College of Healthcare Executives Leader-to-Leader Award, March 2014

Order of Military Medical Merit. The Army Surgeon General. (April 18, 2013)

American College of Healthcare Executives Leader-to-Leader Award, March 2013

National Military Excellence in Healthcare Management, American College of Healthcare Executives. (March 24, 2011).

Regent's Award for Senior Service, American College of Healthcare Executives. (March 25, 2010).

Distinguished Faculty Service Award, Army – Baylor University MHA-MBA Program. (June 25, 2010).

Distinguished Faculty Service Award, Army - Baylor University MHA-MBA Program. (June 27, 2008).

Faculty Member of the Semester Awards, Army – Baylor University MHA-MBA Student Cohorts (June 2012; June 2011; September 2010; April 2009; June 2007)).

Book Chapters

Bewley, L., Yarbrough, A. (2009). Leadership Development, Succession Planning, and Mentoring. Strategic Human Resource Management in Health Services Organizations, Clifton Park, New Jersey: Delmar-Thomson.

Bewley, L. (2008). Power and Politics (pp. 137 - 147). Health Organizations: Theory, Behavior, and Development, Sudbury, Massachusetts: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Coppola, M., Bewley, L., Jeffrey, H., Meghan, S. (2007). Medical Malingering and Disability: Historic, Economic, and Modern Perspectives with Management Considerations. Malingering, Lies, and Junk Science in the Courtroom, Youngstown, New York: Cambria Press.

Journal Articles

Bewley, L. (2015) Understanding Value in the Healthcare Market. San Antonio Medicine Journal. Volume 68. Number 7. 34 – 35.

Bewley, L. (2015) Human Capital Investments through Mentoring. San Antonio Medicine Journal. Volume 68, Number 3. 35 - 36.

Bewley, L. (2014) Understanding Economic Dynamics to Survive and Thrive in Healthcare Markets. San Antonio Medicine Journal. Volume 67, Number 11. 28 – 29.

Bewley, L. and Bonica, M. (2014) Transaction Costs: the Friction in Healthcare Delivery. San Antonio Medicine Journal. Volume 67, Number 7. 22 – 23.

Bewley, L. (2014) Economic Considerations in Physician Compensation. San Antonio Medicine Journal. Volume 67, Number 3. 36 – 37.

Bewley, L., Broom, K., Bonica, M. (2014). An Economic Analysis of Graduate Healthcare Programs. AMEDD Journal. JAN – MAR (2014) issue. 7 – 13.

Bewley, L. (2014) Moving Toward more Healthy Economics in Personal Dietary and Activity Choices. San Antonio Medicine Journal. Volume 66, Number 12. 36 – 37.

Bewley, L. (2013). How is Your (Leadership and Management) Competency Coverage Map?   San Antonio Medicine Journal. Volume 66, Number 8. 36 – 37.

Bewley, L. (2010). Evaluating the Impact of Investments in Information Technology on Structural Inertia in Health Organizations. AMEDD Journal, JUL – SEP (2010), 64 – 69.

Fulton, L., Mangelsdorff, A. D., Bewley, L., Tozier, W., Belote, J. (2010). Performance Improvement Assessment of the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP). The Internet Journal of Academic Physician Assistants, 7(10).

Fulton, L., Perry, M., Wood, S., Bewley, L. (2010). Engineering the New Combat Support Hospital. Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation, 7(1), 25-37.


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