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INFUSION Magazine

STRATEGIC PLANNING

Adair D. Strategic Sales Planning: Laying the Groundwork for Success. 2011; 17(1):21-3.

Barrell JM. Managed care: Myth, reality, and the truth about market Evolution. 1999;5(11):14-19.

Battisti F and Counce J. Advancing the bottom line and service quality via a culture of employee retention. 15(5):22-9.

Battisti F and Counce J. Leveraging workforce research to attract, manage, and retain high-performance employees. 2011; 17(4):14-20.

Bernstein LH. Nursing facilities: The next frontier for I.V. providers. 1995;1(10):52-54.

Bing CM, Bellehumeur C. Mergers and acquisitions: What to expect. 1998;4(1): 19-25.

Borfitz D. Snowbird in March: A report from the NHIA Executive Conference. 1997;3(8):59-64.

Cherney A. Testing the waters: Managed care market assessments can save time, money, and mistakes. 1999;5(11):25-8.

Cherney A. Strategic, business, and marketing planning: Charting the right course for your Company. 2006.12(6):20-3.

Counce J. Home infusion and specialty pharmacy: A marriage whose time has come? 2005:11(1):16-20.

Counce JB. Valuing your business in today’s market. 11(5):27-32.

Counce J. Infusion’s culture of giving: Providers find a corporate culture that embraces humanitarian projects reaps endless rewards.2007:13(6);16-21.

Counce J. Doing Health Care Delivery Differently: Emerging Technologies and New Health Care Models—Implications for Our Field and Beyond! 2008;14(4):26-30.

Counce J. The Changing Technology-Driven Face of Aging Services—What Is There For Us To Learn? 2008;14(4):32-6.

Counce J. Health Care Mergers and Acquisitions Consultants Roundtable. 2008;14(5): 27-32.

Counce J. Home-Centered Care in Health Care Reform New Markets and Opportunities for Alternate-Site Infusion. 2009:15(3);33.

Counce J. Tune up your operations! Efficiency is an essential foundation for any business plan. 2009:15(4);21-6.

Counce J. Looking outside the box: Alternate-site infusion providers get creative in identifying and developing new business lines. 2009(4);27-32.

Counce J and Kramer N. Exploring the vital role of home-centered health transformation in health care reform. 2009:15(4);33-9.

Counce J. Actively partnering with academia. 15(5):38-44.

Counce JB. Strategic Planning Roundtable: Alternate-Site Infusion Providers Share Insights on the Process—and on the Ultimate Benefits.2009. 15(5):45-8.

Counce J. Successful patient-centered partnerships—Building trust for the transition to home-based care. 2012; 18(6):20-27.

Counce J. NHIA Board and FIAC—Generating opportunities to collectively thrive amid our turbulent alternate-site ride. 2014;20(3):36-38.

Counce J. NHIA board and FIAC: Strategically examining health care reform to amplify opportunities. 2015;21(3):32-34.

Dillon LR. Branding 101: A quick guide to how to avoid commoditization. 2009:15(4);41-4.

Flores K. The nuts and bolts of ambulatory infusion centers: Start up considerations. 2004;10(6):15-9.

Franklin D. Operationalizing Complex Therapies: A Business-Focused Approach. 2009:15(2);48-51.

Franklin DM. What’s outside the garden? Ideas and business considerations for looking beyond the “garden variety” home infusion business model.2009:15(4);45-8.

Franklin DM. The Foundational Elements of Strategic Planning—A Treatise. 2009. 15(5):45-8.

Franklin D. Enriching your performance evaluation process—An integral part of achieving employee and organizational growth. 15(5):45-8.

Hodges D. REA: Engaging executives to make a difference in their bottom line. 2004;10(2):27-30.

Jurich S and Counce J. Charting Our Course for Success Guided by Quality, Driven by Passion, NHIA Celebrates 2009 Annual Conference & Exposition. 2009:15(3);16-20.

Jurich S. A roadmap for our collective future: NHIA’s strategic plan will guide the association’s activities and advance the field. 15(5):18-20.

Jurich S and Counce J. Constructing New Frontiers Leveraging collaboration and imagination, NHIA invigorates the alternate-site infusion field at the 2010 Annual Conference & Exposition. 2010:16(3);14-8.

Jurich S. NHIA's 2012-2014 Strategic Plan—Proving the Value and Relevancy of Alternate-Site Infusion Amidst the Shifting Health Care Delivery Landscape. 2012; 18(4):32-7.

Kaplan LK. Expanding infusion services into subacute care and other long-term care settings. 1996;2(10):37-39.

Kaplan LK. NHIA committee members and mission statements 2000-2001. 2000;6(10):26-9.

Kelley L. Opportunities in integrated health systems. 1998;4(11):45-47.

Kramer K and Counce J. NHIA Board and FIAC Continue to Team-Up to Guide Field in Transcending Uncertainty. 2012; 18(3):28-9.

Lawhorn J and Counce J. The Organizational Dashboard: A Collaborative Tool for Keeping "On Track" with Your Strategic Plan. 2012; 18(4):39-44.

NHIA Leaders Meet at Annual Conference to Strategically Construct Alternate-Site Infusion Success. 2010:16(3);22.

O'Donnell KP. Taking aim: How providers can target hospital DRGS. 1995;1(12):23-26.

Okposo M. Strong from the foundation, up: Tips for building a strength-based organization. 15(5):30-6.

Patel R. Assessing business opportunities in specialty infusion. 2013;19(3):39-44.

Riddell MR. Business strategies for the new millennium: Infusion companies can benefit from becoming learning organizations. 2000;6(9):13-6.

Rigas M. Innovating Future Business Models and Relationships—Better Managing the High Cost of Biologics. 2008;14(5):17-21.

Rodman B. Information is Vital to Strategic Decision Making. 2009. 15(5):45-8.

Rollins G. Touchdown! NHIA executive conference scores again. 1998;4(11):25-28.

Ruhl M. Under one roof: Centralizing core business functions creates operational Efficiencies. 1999;5(12):13-15.

Salvatore T, Baxter T. Strategic planning: A primer for home infusion therapy. 1998;4(1): 39-43.

Salvatore T, Baxter T. Beyond compliance: Building an ethical framework for your organization. 1998;5(2):39-42.

Schmit C. Making the most of your staff: Challenge your employees and help the bottom Line. 1999;5(12):17-19.

Tretler M and Counce J. Amplifying our engagement: Home and specialty infusion community must work collectively to address the changes, risks, and opportunities emerging from evolving health care landscape. 2015;21(3):14-20.

Tsiames MN. Valuing a home care business. 2002;8(2):29-37.

Westgate S. Emergency department (ED) diversion programs from the inside out—Understanding care management challenges in the ED and identifying opportunities for home infusion provider collaboration. 2014;20(1):22-30.

Youse T, Barrell B, and Counce J. Building a dynasty: Talent management strategies for efficient and effective staffing. 2015;21(1):36-44.