Research interests include the development of program and funding
strategies consistent with published research and policy priorities from:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH),
National Institutes of Health (NIH), its' Institutes, Centers & Offices,
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ),
Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA)
and leading private foundations.
|Converting policy into progress.
Peer Review Activities:
Constella Group for NIH, R01 Research Grant Peer Review Committee, member,
Manual Therapy, Churchill Livingstone, New York City (International Advisory Board).
Scholarly, Peer Reviewed Publications:
Bohm J. Relating Patient Satisfaction to Insurance Coverage: A Comparison of
Market Based and Government Sponsored Health Care. Academy of Business
Research Journal, Vol. I, 2013.
Bohm J, Two-factor theory – at the intersection of health care management and
patient satisfaction, ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research, (Volume 2012:4
Pages 277 - 285)
Bohm J. Examining the influence of insurance and moral hazard on the utilisation of
practitioner-based complementary and alternative medicine, Focus on Alternative
and Complementary Therapies.( Volume 17, Issue 1, pages 27–32, March 2012)
Bohm J, Quality in alternative care, Quality Assurance in Health Care.
Bohm J, Cervicocephalic artery dissections and chiropractic manipulations, Lancet.
Bohm J, Health Beliefs Model as a template for measurement of intern satisfaction
in an ambulatory care clinical training program, Journal of Manipulative and
Bohm J, Health care quality assurance: tracer analysis in quality assessment of
ambulatory care provided by two out patient teaching clinics, Journal of Manipulative
and Physiological Therapeutics.
Bohm j, Comparison of European vs. American patient demographics sampled from
the out-patient teaching clinics of two chiropractic colleges, Complementary
Medical Research, British Library.
Bohm J, An examination of medical utilization patterns through supply and demand
side economics, The American Journal of Chiropractic Medicine.
Bohm J, Occupational repetitive motion injury: clinical overview and chiropractic
implication, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics.
Bohm J, Chiropractic: perspectives and concerns, Journal of Manipulative and
Peer Reviewed Presentations:
Relating Patient Satisfaction to Insurance Coverage: A comparison of market based
and government sponsored health care. Academy of Business Research 2011,
Hybrid Course work: A Gateway to Active Learning, CUNY IT Conference 2009, New
Epidemiological Factors in Allied Health Care, Griffin Hospital, Derby CT.
Bohm J. Planned Giving: Gifts that keep on giving. Chiropractic Economics.
Publications and Presentations