Janice Beatrice Babcock, American health facility administrator. Registered medical technologist and microbiologist., clinical laboratory scientist, epidemiologist; certified bioanalytical laboratory manager. Recipient Wood VA Federal Woman's award, 1975, Professional Achievement award Laboratory World journal, 1981, Distinguished Alumni award Center Michigan University, 1986.
Intern St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, 1963-1964. Microbiologist St. Michael's Hospital, 1964-1965. Supervisor clinical laboratory service VA Regional Office, 1965-1966.
Hospital epidemiologist Veterans Administration Center, 1966-1974, supervisor anaerobic microbiology and research laboratory, 1974-1978, administrative officer, chief medical technical, 1978-1983, quality assurance coordinator, 1983-1986, assistant to chief of staff professional services, 1986-1992. Coordinator construction veterinary affairs outpatient clinic VHA Medical Center, 1992-1994. Coordinator Cooperative Administrative Support Unit (CASU) VHA National Center for Cost Containment, 1993-1994.
Health system specialist managed care/primary care VHA Managed Care, since 1994. Lecturer Marquette University, 1966-1986, University Wisconsin, 1966-1986, Medical College Wisconsin, 1966-1986.
Recording secretary Wisconsin Service League, 1989-1992, correspondent secretary, 1991. Fellow Royal Society Health, American Academy Medical Administrators (Wisconsin state Director of the Year award 1989, Diplomate 1989, member editorial board Executive journal since 1987, editor 1994, regional director since 1992, member federal executive council since 1994). Member International Academy Healthcare Management, International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care, American Society Microbiology, American College Healthcare Executives, American Society Medical Technology (National Science Creativity award 1974, National Microbiology Science Achievement award 1978, Member of the Year award 1979, Professional Achievement Lectureship award 1981, French Lectureship award 1983), Association for Health Services Research, Association Marquette University Women (board directors 1987-1993, vice president, secretary), Association Military Surgeons United States (lifetime), National Association Medical Staff Services (member editorial board Overview Journal 1990-1993), Wisconsin Association Medical Staff Services, Wisconsin Hospital Association, Federal Executives Association (Milwaukee since 1983), Alpha Mu Tau (president 1984-1985), Alpha Delta Theta, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Alpha Delta Pi (Alumni Honor award 1979).