PhD, Adult, Community, and Professional Education, Texas State University
MHA, Healthcare Administration, Texas State University
BS, Natural Science, Xavier University
Courses Taught at NECB
MHM 502 Quantitative Methods and Metrics
MHM 600 Strategic Planning in Healthcare (Capstone)
2010-present, Principal Consultant, MedGroup Management, LLC, Austin, Texas
2007-2010, Practice Administrator, PainCare Physicians, Austin, Texas
2006-2007, Business Office Manager, Medical Claims/Billing & Account Receivable Departments, Austin Radiological Association, Austin, Texas
2004-2006, Program Director, Caregivers Home Health, Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, Austin, Texas
2000-2004, US Army Medical Service Corps officer (Medical Clinic Manager, Field Evacuation Officer, Dental Activity Executive Officer and Company Commander), Fort Carson, Colorado
2000-2002, Emergency Medical Technicial, Medic-One Ambulance, Cincinnati, Ohio
Publications and Lectures
Lieneck, C. & Mileski, M. (in press). Measuring for success: Continuity of care systems that incorporate patient responsibility. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connection.
Lieneck, C. (in press). Taking “selfies” for academic credit: Two methods for teaching personal branding to early careerist healthcare administration professionals. Journal of Health Administration Education.
Lieneck, C. & Morrison, E. (in press). Exploratory analysis of personality type and residency performance in the undergraduate health administration student. Is success inherent? Journal of Health Administration Education.
Lieneck, C. & Nowicki, M. (2015). Healthcare finance executive personalities revisited: A 10-year follow-up study. Health Care Manager 34(3), 187-191.
Lieneck, C. (2015). Breaking the bean-counter stereotype: Member research assesses personality traits for healthcare financial managers. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connection, 15(6), 32-33.
Lieneck, C. & Greathouse, D. (2015). Use of experiential learning activities to teach implicit communication in healthcare services marketing. Journal of Health Administration Education, 32(1), 149-156.
Lieneck, C. (2015). Accounting with “LIFO” vs. “FIFO” : The devil is in the details. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connection, 15(3), 26-29.
Lieneck, C. (2014). Member perspectives on the ACA insurance exchange grace period. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connection, 14(5), 45-48, 60.
Lieneck, C., Morrison, E., & Price, L. (2013). Criterion-referenced exit examinations: An institution’ s internal process for psychometric analysis. Current Issues in Education, 16(2), 1-15.
Lieneck, C. (2013). Assessing the other “ R” in RHIOs. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connection, 13(8), 42-43.
Lieneck, C. & Weaver, E. (2013). Capital questions: Balance sheets and leasing changes. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connexion, 13(2), 44-45.
Lieneck, C. (2012). Service scripts, pay for performance, and practice liability: Learn how to manage what will be measured. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Virtual Connexion, 12(8), 61-63.
Lieneck, C. (2012). Avoiding pitfalls: Integration survival techniques for the practice manager. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connexion, 12(7), 40-43.