William A. Lybarger, PhD
, specializes in the field of Health and Human Services
. With a Masters Degree in Special Education and a PhD in Psychology (behavior disorders), has worked as a director, administrator, manager, teacher, consultant, executive coach, and expert witness in the Healthcare field.
He brings to the industry a record of publication, presentation of reality-based management strategies and teaching that supports his pursuit of organizational success templates which coincide with achieving sustainable competitive advantage.
As an Expert Witness, Dr. Lybarger provides Standard of Care opinions related to quality of care and treatment provided by health, education, and human service agencies. He has extensive training and experience in health and human service management, special education, quality assurance, performance management, and regulatory compliance.
Dr. Lybarger has been asked to provide his expert opinion related to personal injury and wrongful death in over 70 cases. The quality of his work is supported by 30 years of experience in the management of community and residential supports systems for persons with mental retardation.
Dr. Lybarger's casework has included:
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- Developmental Disabilities, Juvenile Treatment Facilities, Private Psychiatric Facilities, Community Mental Health Centers, and Special Education
- Mental Retardation
- Care Issues related to Medical Centers, Nursing Homes
- Loss of Life Potential
- Personal Injury
- Wrongful Death
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.
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