S. Eric Anderson, PhD, MBA, has authored 3 books and written 38 academic and professional articles that have been published in the Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health, Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, Midwest Review of Finance and Insurance, Ethics and Critical Thinking Journal, Journal of Cost and Quality, Midwest Review of International Business Research, Public Health Reports, Group Practice Journal, California Medicine, Business Press, US Singles today, Medical Tribune, Your Money, Inland Empire Business Journal as well as published correspondence in Forbes magazine.
Dr. Anderson has had 24 research articles presented and published in the conference proceedings for the Society for Human Resources and Industrial Relations meeting, Southwest Business Symposium, Far West Popular and American Culture Associations Conference, American Public Health Association Meeting, Western Decision Sciences Meeting, Academy of Finance Meeting, Women's Caucus of Sociology and Social Services Association Meeting, Business and Health Administration Association Conference and the Business and Administration Association Meeting. He received the Business and Health Administration Association?s Top Research Award as well as numerous other awards that have included the P. William Dysinger Teaching Award, Writer?s Digest National Self-Publishing Award, ACHE Regent award as well as the ACHE Board Chair Award.
Dr. Anderson has been a guest on a dozen radio and television broadcasts such as the ?Ask Your Doctor? radio shop on KFRG, ?It?s Your Turn? on National Public Radio?s local edition (KVCR 91.9), the ?Faith and Practice? show on the Loma Linda University Broadcasting Network, a Sai Baba radio broadcast from Puttaparthi, India, ?It?s Your Turn? on KVCR TV24, a Swaziland local television show as well as a Swaziland?s National Radio broadcast. He was interviewed in an award winning four-part expose on the health care industry featured in the LA Times and has been referenced 18 times in publications such as Pensions and Investments, California Medicine, Business Press, San Bernardino Sun, The Press-Enterprise, AMA News, ACHE Annual Report, Code Blue Now Summary Report and the Group Practice Journal.
Dr. Anderson was selected to serve on the Academic Medicine and Managed Care Forum, which was 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 U.S. Health Care. Dr. Anderson serves or has previously served on 5 different boards that have included the American College Healthcare Executive?s (ACHE) Regent?s Advisory Board and on the Health Care Executives (HCE) of Southern California Board.
Dr. Anderson has completed almost 50 externally funded projects totaling over $682,000 for a variety of organization such as Loma Linda University Medical Center Department of Outpatient Services, International Institute of American Higher Education, Glaxo/Wellcome, Inc. Allergan, National Taiwan Health Service, Inland eye institute, Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Institute, Health Resources Services Administration, North Asian Division Healthcare Association, American Medical Association, Association of School of Public Health, San Bernardino County Public Health Department, Health Care Executives of Southern California, La Sierra University School of Business, Institute of Healthcare Advancement, Inland Empire Health Plan, J. L. Pettis Veterans Administration Medical Center, Vista Guidance Center, Guam SDA Clinic and Castle Medical Center.
Dr. Anderson has done 46 technical presentations for events such as the American Association of Medical Colleges Group on business affairs meeting, Age Wave: Crisis or Challenge (Riverside Convention Center), Inland Empire Economic Briefing & Business Exposition (Ontario Convention Center), North Asian Division Healthcare Association President?s council, National Taiwan Health Service Clinical quality improvement conference, and the American Health Care Congress (Ontario Convention Center).
Dr. Anderson has set up or established 18 different endowments that total more than $828,000. He has also led out on 6 different global development projects totaling $55,000 that have included an AIDS Conference in Swaziland, an agricultural based and micro-enterprise development project in Lesotho, the establishment of an HIV/AIDS Voluntary Testing and Counseling Clinic in Swaziland as well as two dormitory projects for HIV/AIDS orphanages in Swaziland.