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Health Human Services Consultant William Lybarger

411 W. Maple Street, Apt. 305
Wichita KS 67213
phone: 316-630-9320
fax: 316-630-9332
William A. Lybarger, PhD, specializes in the field of Health and Human Services. His education, training and experience in Quality Assurance, Performance Management, and Compliance issues form the foundation for his practice.

From 1994 - 2003 he was the administrator of a community hospital (which included a long-term care unit), provided professional supervision over a Medicaid-certified 50-bed nursing home, and managed a community mental retardation program. Dr. Lybarger's research, at the moment, is focused on illuminating management/leadership strategies that increase the probability of a business surviving and thriving during a business down-turn.

Business Consulting - Dr. Lybarger works with companies, corporations, and institutions in the Health Care and Human Resources industry to discontinue irrelevant work activities, dispose of irrelevant employees, and establish alignment between strategy and operations while creating a 90/90 work culture. In the 90/90 work culture, 90% of all employees complete 90% of their work correctly 90% of the time, with little or no supervision.

Executive Coaching - Dr. Lybarger offers one-on-one Coaching to Executive level managers. The process is informal and offers executives the opportunity to make a private comparison between their management style and a Leadership Success Template created by Dr. Lybarger. The goal is to allow Executives to direct their attention to Macro rather than Micro issues.

View Dr. Lybarger's Expert Witness Profile.
5/6/2015 · Psychology
I have been providing expert witness services for several years. My practice, for the most part, has involved personal injury and wrongful death matters in health and human service agencies. More specifically, my work frequently requires a Standard of Care opinion related to the level of care provided by a service organization to a person with a developmental disability and/or mental retardation. As a part of this practice I have worked several cases involving an eating disorder referred to as PICA.

Most organizations will eventually face hard times. I am suggesting that organizational leaders see this event as an opportunity rather than a trauma.

What is the fastest way to increase profits? Stop doing things that don't make a profit! Could increased net profit, increased return on investment and improved cash flow be that easy? The answer is yes.