S. Eric Anderson
S. Eric, Anderson, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Professor of Management and Economics

Education: 

  • Ph.D. Management, University of North Texas, Denton. 1992
  • M.B.A. Management, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, 1989
  • B.B.A. Management, Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, 1988

Principal Research Interests

S. Eric Anderson, PhD, MBA has presented dozens of research studies for professional conferences, authored books and written numerous academic as well as professional articles that have been published in a variety of publications. He has been a guest on several radio as well as television broadcasts and has been referenced many times in both academic and professional publications. He was selected to serve on the Academic Medicine and Managed Care Forum, made up of experts from 30 of the Nation’s leading universities as well as the Academic Medicine and Health Industry Forum a research initiative committed to engaging leaders across the healthcare community sponsored by the Council on US Health Care. Dr. Anderson has also traveled to 210 countries and independent territories raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for dozens of global development projects around the world.


Academic Interests/Research Area: 

  • Strategic Planning
  • Economic Analysis
  • Operations Research
  • Decision Analysis

E-mail: sericanderson40@gmail.com
Phone: 951-785-2064


AWARDS

  • Healthcare Executives of Southern California Distinguished Service Award, 2009
  • ACHE Board Chair Award, 2000 - 2001
  • ACHE Regent’s Award, 1999 - 2000
  • Writer’s Digest National Self-Publishing Award, 1997
  • P. William Dysinger Teaching Award, 1998
  • Best Paper Award - Business and Health Administration Association Conference, 1995

Representative Publications

  1. Sanghani, Shveta; Deavenport, Alexis; Herring, Patti, Anderson, S. Eric Anderson; Medina, Ernie and Kazemi, Sanam (2010) Enhancing Wellness by Therapeutic Lifestyle Change: Does cost determine program commitment. California Journal of Health Promotion, 8 (1), 1-6
  2. Barilla, Dora; Marshak, Helen, Anderson, S. Eric and Hopp, Joyce (2010) Can Psychosocial Support Reduce Newborn Readmissions? Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, January/ February, pages 1 – 7.
  3. Anderson, S. Eric; Kamau, Angela; Aja, Godwin & Truitt, Kate (2008) Perspectives of under-graduate students on Global Health Issues: The case of two private Church-owned Uni-versities in West Africa, Journal of Contemporary Humanities, October, Volume 2, pages 14 – 23 (ISSN: 2006-6511).
  4. Sanghani, Shveta; Deavenport, Alexis; Herring, Patti, Anderson, S. Eric Anderson and Medina, Ernie (2008) Chronic Stress and Mental Health in University, Medical, and Work-place Settings: Is there a Realistic Remedy? California Journal of Health Promotion, 6 (2), 1-6
  5. Anderson, S. Eric; Fitzgerald, Garry and Fontoura, Daniel (2005) The Healthcare Apprentice: Enhancing Education and Revenue Streams, Group Practice Journal, October, 54 (9), 44 – 47.
  6. Anderson, S. Eric; Dyjack, David T. and Herring, Patti R. (2005) The Loma Linda Experience, Public Health Reports, January/ February (120), 102-103.
  7. Anderson, S. Eric and Albertson, Stewart R. (2004) Ecuador’s adoption of the US dollar, Mid-west Review of International Business Research, 18(1), 178-183.
  8. Anderson, S. Eric and Chen, Yang K. (1997) Applying economic analysis to the decision making process, Journal of Cost and Quality, 3,(4) 9-10.
  9. Anderson, S. Eric (1997) Economic, political and social trends and their influence on the music industry, Ethics and Critical Thinking Journal, 38, (2) 81-85
  10. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) Top-level management: The real corporate raiders, Midwest Review of Finance and Insurance, 10, (1) 1-7.
  11. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) Applied strategies to eliminate excess capacity, Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 4, (6) 7-11
  12. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) The impact of ethnicity on retention in a health care system, Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health, 2,(3) 24-27.
  13. Anderson, S. Eric (2004) Productivity not outsourcing cost jobs. Inland Empire Business Journal, 16, (11), 23, 42
  14. Anderson, S. Eric (2004) Is Creating the future still the best way to predict the future? Inland Empire Business Journal, 16 (7), 10
  15. Anderson, S. Eric (2004) Diversity: A good strategic choice, not a mechanism to right past in-justices. Inland Empire Business Journal, 16 (6), 10
  16. Anderson, S. Eric (2004) Applying the buy-low sell-high theory to professional relationships, Inland Empire Business Journal, 16 (5), 12
  17. Anderson, S. Eric and Cotton, La Ron (2004) Why insider trading should be legalized, Inland Empire Business Journal, 16 (4), 10, 14
  18. Anderson, S. Eric and Abraham, Andrew (2004) Putting my money on black, Inland Empire Business Journal, 16(4), 10
  19. Anderson, S. Eric (2004) What does philanthropy really mean to you? Inland Empire Business Journal, 16 (3), 10
  20. Anderson, S. Eric (2004) Is there anything wrong with economic inequality? Inland Empire Business Journal, 16, (2) 10
  21. Anderson, S. Eric (2004) What represents fair value? Inland Empire Business Journal 16, (1) 10, 13
  22. Anderson, S. Eric (2003) Love they enemy? Inland Empire Business Journal 15, (12) 18, 23
  23. Anderson, S. Eric (2003) Are employer-sponsored wellness programs really effective? Inland Empire Business Journal, 15, (12) 31, 39
  24. Anderson, S. Eric (2003) Greed is Good, Inland Empire Business Journal. 15, (12) 10, 18
  25. Anderson, S. Eric, Shavlik, David and Albertson, Stewart (2003) How the motion picture in-dustry miscalculates box office receipts, Inland Empire Business Journal, 15, (11) 16, 24
  26. Anderson, S. Eric and Albertson, Stewart (2003) Are employer-sponsored tax-deferred 401(k) plans still a good investment? Inland Empire Business Journal, 15, (11) 37
  27. Anderson, S. Eric (2003) Is Healthcare a Mickey Mouse Industry? Inland Empire Business Journal, 15, (10) 33, 38
  28. Anderson, S. Eric (2003) Top-level management – The real corporate raiders? Inland Empire Business Journal, 15, (10) 19
  29. Anderson, S. Eric (1999) Why prevention doesn’t work? Inland Empire Business Journal, 11, (12) 23-24
  30. Anderson, S. Eric (1999) The right health plan: Doing the homework can save time and money, Business Press. 5, (4) 7, 18
  31. Anderson, S. Eric (1999) Healthcare: A Mickey Mouse industry? The Business Press, 5, (19), 31
  32. Anderson, S. Eric (1999) The importance of choosing the right health plan. Inland Empire Busi-ness Journal, 10, (12) 20, 34
  33. Anderson, S. Eric (1997) Another bank complaint, Your Money, October/November, 4
  34. Anderson, S. Eric (1997) Diversity not a choice in competitive marketplace, Business Press, 3, (28) 27
  35. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) When will health plans start taking prevention seriously? Medical Tribune. October 24.
  36. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) ATM fees leading toward lower market share for banks. Business Press, 2,(5) 8.
  37. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) Men are more romantic than women, US Singles Today, 4 (2).
  38. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) Seamy side drives technology, Business Press, 2, (2) 31.
  39. Anderson, S. Eric (1996) Health plans have no incentive to prevent illness, Business Press, 1, (31) 27.
  40. Anderson, S. Eric (1995) When will health plans start taking prevention seriously? California Medicine, 2, (4) 21