February 20, 2009
Written by Sarah Whetstone
Quint Studer, an expert in healthcare organization management, is the founder and CEO of Studer Group.
A distinguished expert in healthcare organization management, Quint Studer, will present a lecture as part of Texas Tech’s John Aure Buesseler, MD, MSBA Distinguished Lectureship Series.
The Center for Healthcare Innovation, Education and Research at Texas Tech will sponsor the luncheon and lecture. It will run from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. March 6 at Grace Clinic, 4515 Marsha Sharp Freeway.
Studer, CEO and founder of Studer Group, a management consulting firm specializing in healthcare systems, will break down the steps to becoming the best in the industry through his theory of evidence-based leadership.
Named one of the “Top 100 Most Powerful People” by Modern Healthcare Magazine, Studer has cultivated a new standard in healthcare service by customizing business practices for the healthcare industry. The Studer Group researches management habits at health institutions nationwide. With their findings they have crafted replicable techniques and behaviors to enhance operational efficiency, employee performance and customer satisfaction while serving more patients and increasing the bottom line.
Studer explains his innovative ideas in three publications, two of which hit best-seller status. His debut title, “Hardwiring Excellence,” has sold more than 300,000 copies since its release in April 2004. His sophomore publication, “101 Answers to Questions Leaders Ask” was released in March 2005. His latest book, “Results That Last,” became an Amazon.com best seller before it was published, then became a Wall Street Journal best seller four weeks after its release in fall 2007.
Before he entered the healthcare industry, Studer taught special education for 10 years with a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in education from the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater. In 1994, he was named Hospital Magazines Great Comeback Winner and in 1999, Inc. Magazine named Studer its March Master of Business.
Studer is profiled in the fifth edition of “Communicating about Health: Current Issues and Perspectives,” which is required reading at 85 universities nationwide.
To reserve a seat for the luncheon, please visit www.hom.ba.ttu.edu or call (806) 742-1236. Seating is limited and reservations must be placed by Wednesday, Feb. 25. The cost to attend is $25 and cash and checks will be accepted at the door.