Health Systems Administration Faculty
Quality of Care
Robert Friedland, Ph.D., associate professor of health systems administration, focuses on long-term care. The professor also chairs the Center for Health Policy Development Board, which governs the National Academy for State Health Policy. Click here to read more about his work.
The Department of Health Systems Administration includes faculty members with wide-ranging academic and professional experience.
Faculty members advance knowledge through scholarship and teaching. They bring to the classroom a wealth of professional experiences, ranging from major health systems and state and federal policy, to think tanks and the military.
In terms of scholarly interests, Department of Health Systems Administration faculty members focus on community benefit programs, epidemiology, emergency preparedness, health care finance and accounting, health literacy, insurance markets, long-term care finance and accounting, organizational behavior, patient safety, population health, public health and law, quality improvement, strategic planning, and veterans health.
To learn more about each faculty member, including academic and professional interests, please click on her or his name.
Adjunct Assistant Professor