Faculty Research Interests
Brooks: Veteran’s health and military medicine, and Life-course and aging of military veterans.
Kruse: Adoption of health information technology for the management of chronic disease.
Lee: Leadership, Inter-professional Teaming, Organizational Design and Culture, Inter-professional Communication, Strategic Planning, Management, and Execution, and Adult Learning Strategies.
Lieneck: Healthcare quality, physician services billing and reimbursement, and core competencies of healthcare administrators.
Mileski: Long-term care efficacy and effectiveness; and patient experience improvement and efficiency
Morrison: Ethics in health administration, leadership in health care, and meaning in work.
Nowicki: Healthcare financial management, and the economics driving healthcare reform
Adepoju: Population health with interests in patient-centered care, chronic disease management and economic evaluation of healthcare programs
Renick: Intergenerational service learning, and community-campus partnerships for health
Shanmugam: Biostatistics topics, healthcare decision-making, and health economics
Topinka: Public health and public health law, employment law as it pertains to medical organizations, and military medical law
School Research Themes:
- Long-Term Care and Aging
- Leadership in Healthcare
- Population Health Management
- Improving healthcare efficiency and efficacy