Dr. Bogue’s doctorate was an interdisciplinary program in methods of studying human behavior. Since then, he has gained substantial experience developing and managing change initiatives and with various qualitative and quantitative methods. For 12 years, he was a researcher, educator and leader for national programs for the American Hospital Association (AHA). In 1994-97, he led The National Demonstration of the Community Care Network (CCN) Vision, a joint initiative on voluntary health system reform by the AHA, VHA and the Catholic Health Association of the US that was funded by the WK Kellogg Foundation, The Duke Endowment, the US Public Health Service, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and others. He subsequently served the AHA as Senior Director of Governance Programs, after which he launched a consultancy in health care governance and community leadership. In 2000, he was recognized for Management Excellence by the Association Forum of Chicagoland. He revived and led Florida Hospital’s Center for Health Futures from 2002 to 2010. His work with the Center focused on six areas for improving health systems: community leadership, nurse empowerment and health professional well-being, communication and care team coordination, chronic disease management, technology and process evaluation, and cultural competencies. Dr. Bogue co-developed the General Effectiveness Multilevel theory for Shared Governance (GEMS Theory). Created through six mixed-methods studies, GEMS is a systematic, evidence-based approach that prepares nursing leadership to gain higher productivity from the nursing work force and that enables Nursing Practice Councils (NPCs) to become increasingly effective through three phases of shared governance. Dr. Bogue serves as a national consultant for shared governance, community and organizational leadership, health professional well-being, and research. He has authored numerous articles and several books, and made numerous presentations in national and international forums. Dr. Bogue holds certification as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is a member of the American Academy of Communication in Healthcare, AcademyHealth, and KING International Nursing Group for whom he serves on the Board as Treasurer.
An examination of the sustainable adoption of whole-person care (WPC) (with Maria L. Joseph and D. Laughon), Journal of nursing management (2011)
AIM: This study illustrates how King's theory of goal attainment was used to focus an...
Shared governance as vertical alignment of nursing group power and nurse practice council effectiveness (with Maria L. Joseph and C. L. Sieloff), Journal of Nursing Management (2009)
AIM(S): This study validates an instrument for measuring the effectiveness of nursing practice councils and...
Do both job and personal life satisfaction play a role? (with B. Fisak, H. Paolini, and R. Barfield), Center for Health Futures Working Paper (2008)
Hospital governance in Latin America: Results from a four nation survey (with C. H. Hall and G. M. La Forgia), H N P Discussion Paper (2007)
The objective of this research was to identify types of hospital governance in Latin America...
Secrets of physician satisfaction (with J. G. Guarneri, M. Reed, K. Bradley, and J. Hughes), The Physician Executive (2006)
Boardrooms to Boulevards: The Community Connection to Changes in Hospital Ownership and Control (with J C. Isaacs and C Murphy), Nursing Publications (1999)
Community Oriented Primary Care: Health Care for the 21st Century (with R Rhyne, G Kukulka, and H Fulmer), Nursing Publications (1998)
Health network innovations :how 20 communities are improving their systems through collaboration (with C H. Hall), Nursing Publications (1997)
Shining Light on Your Board’s Passage to the Future (with J C. Isaacs, F Abbey, and A Hagel), Nursing Publications (1997)
Introduction and Editor, Working from Within: Integrating Rural Health Care (1993)
Contributions to Books
Becoming, being and excelling as a physician: Physician motivation, satisfaction, wellness and effectiveness (with B Fisak and R Lukman), The Art and Science of Medicine: Guidelines for the human physician (2010)
Introduction, Welcome to the Board! An Orientation for the New Health Care Trustee (1999)
Leadership and management in the COPC process (with R Roberts and M Hickey), Community-oriented primary care : health care for the 21st century (1998)
Case: Burgess Memorial Hospital, Onawa, IA (with J W. Seavey and J Lambrew), Strategies and Environments (1992)