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Rade B Vukmir MD,JD is President of Critical Care Medicine Associates, a medical service consulting enterprise. In his formative years, he as well as his family were employed in the steel industry. The life lessons learned here shaped the remainder of his career. He is trained in emergency and critical care medicine, and has a degree in law with health care specialization. This medical consulting firm has a twenty-three year history of providing precision medical, legal, education and medical industry consultative service.

Dr Vukmir has written forty-two peer reviewed medical journal articles, numerous textbook chapters and has authored nine books in the medical, business, nonfiction and fiction genres.
First, his seminal work, The Mill first published in 1999, republished in 2010 was a historical nonfiction work that provided a glimpse into life in an industrial town. The time spent as one of the first academic critical care physicians crystallized in 2001 with his second work, Airway Management in the Critically Ill and third book Outcome in the Critically Ill: Medicine, Surgery and Trauma being published.

In 2003 he entered the business genre with his fourth book Lessons Learned,incorporating early life lessons to help navigate a successful corporate strategy.

A long career in emergency medicine and a desire to share the the beauty of the human interaction resulted in him entering the realm of medical fiction. His fifth work, ER: A Year in the Life published in 2005 explored the day to day encounters in a busy emergency department experience. The sixth book published in 2008 was ER: One Good Thing a Day, where we strived together to deliver a positive result in an uncertain environment.

Likewise, the career as an active medical, legal consultant and risk management specialist in 2009 defined his seventh work in the management arena, The Maximally Efficient and Optimally Effective Emergency Department. The ER trilogy completed in 2012 with his eighth book,ER:One Hundred, where the reader uses the deductive skills to assist the diagnostic process.

He published the Physician Contract Guidebook, a primer for management and clinicians to understand medical contracts.

Publications

Diverse variety of publications including the scientific, business, historical nonfiction and fiction genres with areas of interest in:
1.    Journal Publications
2.    Scientific books
3.    Popular press
4.    Author’s workshop

Books

  1. Vukmir RB: The Mill. Dichotomy Press, Sewickley, PA, USA. 2015.
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  2. Vukmir RB: Outcome of the Critically Ill: Medicine, Surgery and Trauma. Parthenon Publishing, London, England, 2000.
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  3. Vukmir RB: Airway Management in the Critically Ill. Parthenon Publishing, London, England, 2001.
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  4. Vukmir RB: Lessons Learned: Successful Management in a Changing Marketplace. University Press of America, Lanham, MD, USA. 2003
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  5. Vukmir RB: ER: A Year in the Life. Hamilton Books, Lanham, MD, USA. 2005
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  6. Vukmir RB: ER: One Good Thing a Day. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Lanham, MD, USA. 2008
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  7. Vukmir, RB: The Maximally Efficient and Optimally Effective Emergency Department, University Press of America, Lanham, MD, USA. 2009.
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  8. Vukmir,RB: ER: One Hundred, Hamilton Books, Lanham, MD, USA. 2012
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  9. Vukmir RB: Physician Contract Guidebook, Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Press, Englewood, CO, USA  2014
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  10. Disruptive Healthcare Provider Behavior: An Evidence-Based Guide, Springer International Publishing AG, Basel, Switzerland 2016

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  11. Legal Issues In Emergency Medicine, Cambridge University Press, NY, NY, 2018
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Author link segment
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