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• Professor, department of medicine, Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University
• Fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care
• Editorial board member, Respiratory Care Journal
• Author of 9 textbooks and over 300 publications in medical journals
• Recognized internationally as a research scientist and authority on mechanical ventilation
Collaborative, proactive, and results-oriented executive leader with the ability to drive outcomes and achieve measurable improvements in fiscal performance, patient safety, quality, satisfaction, and employee engagement. Demonstrated expertise and accomplishments in the areas of management, leadership training and development, performance improvement, strategic and operational planning, human capital development, quality assurance, business development, LEAN, and marketing. Over 30 years of experience and success as a leader of clinical services within the health care industry, including acute care, ambulatory care, long-term acute care, and physician practice management. Led numerous performance improvement initiatives and multidisciplinary teams to achieve performance improvement in terms of clinical outcomes, patient/family experience, safety, and financial performance. Nationally recognized speaker on a variety of topics, including performance improvement, outcomes measurement, clinical research, patient experience, high reliability, leadership, ethics, transitional care, and patient-centered care.
Specialties: Performance improvement; outcomes measurement; administrative roles in acute care, LTACH, ambulatory care, and physician management; service excellence; patient-centered care; quality improvement; utilization management; and staffing model redesign.
I believe if we start with the patient by asking what they want, engage the patient in absolutely every aspect of process change, and end with the patient, the desired outcomes will follow.
Dr Albert Heuer joined the Rutgers (formerly UMDNJ) School of Health Professions (SHP) faculty in 1996. He currently holds the rank of Professor within the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies. He designs and teaches courses related to health care administration. Dr. Heuer was inducted as a Fellow in the American Association for Respiratory Care in 2016, is the recipient of the 2012 University Master Educator Guild Award and the 2008 SHP Excellence in Teaching Award. He earned a PhD in 2002 from Seton Hall University, with a concentration in institutional health care quality. He also has an MBA in finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a BA in public administration and political science from Montclair State University. In addition to being co-owner of A & T Lectures, Dr. Heuer has recently co-authored one textbook, co-edited two other textbooks, authored numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters. He has also conducted many invited presentations at the state, regional and national level relating to health care administration and respiratory therapy.
Dr. Heuer’s professional background also includes 14 years of experience with a major insurance company, where he worked in health insurance, group pensions and finance. In addition, he continues to regularly work in his clinical specialty, respiratory therapy, in the adult intensive care units of a major hospital system in Northern New Jersey.
In his scare spare time, Dr. Heuer enjoys fishing, snorkeling and other outdoor activities.
Terrence Started his career after college in Wall Street where is worked for 15 years. He decided to change careers and went back to school for respiratory therapy. Terrence has been in the field of Respiratory therapy since 1992. He is formerly the Education Coordinator of University Hospital (formerly UMDNJ) in Newark New Jersey since June 2000 and retired from the position after 25 years in September 2017. He is an expert in adult, pediatric, and neonatal critical care. He has extensive knowledge in speaking at conferences locally and nationally. He is the owner of two companies that offer continuing education to nurses, respiratory therapist, and other health care practitioners (A & T Respiratory Lectures LLC and ATECAM LLC). He has been practicing Ayurvedic medicine for many years and obtained a Master’s of Science in Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the American College of Health Sciences of Portland Oregon. He has extensive speaking knowledge on nutrition, herbal medicine, medical cannabis, and Aromatherapy. Terrence experience in both traditional medicine and integrative medicine. He utilizes his experience in traditional medicine to critique evidence-based practices in integrative holistic medicine.
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