Health Care Delivery Faculty and Research
Our faculty is committed to research that has a positive impact on health outcomes. Using a multidisciplinary approach that emphasizes collaboration and coordination with community partners, faculty in health care delivery support student exploration and advance health in our communities. Faculty examine how to tackle health and health care challenges, explore evidence-based practices and interventions, and investigate how to optimize health and health care delivery. Current research topics include improving service quality in health care, hospice and palliative care, health disparities, health economics and policy, and evidence-based approaches to behavior change and improved health outcomes, among many others.
Physician thought leader in improving health care delivery, implementation science, systems redesign and biomedical informatics. His research focuses on high impact interventions and applications to improve care delivery.
Riley is a leading authority in health care finance. He is also a national and international expert in quality improvement methods, techniques, and implementation.
Dr. Sklar does research in health services and health professions education. He is senior advisor to the university provost in health policy and health professions education.
Wang's research focuses on modeling and representation of biomedical knowledge in computer-interpretable format and delivery of technology-mediated behavioral interventions in health care processes and patient outcome
Berkel studies health disparities and the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based programs
The goal of Green's research is to improve the quality of public policymaking such that it has a direct and positive impact on the health of our population.
McCullough's research involves quantifying investments in public health and social services and assessing how these investments are put to use in order to improve population health.
Koskan is a public health and health communication researcher by training. The goals of her research are to prevent and control cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV).
Pine's work (both research and teaching) lies at the nexus of human centered computing and organization science and focuses on the implications of IT implementation and datafication of health and health care.
Clemency Cordes' research interests focus on primary care behavioral health and workforce development for integrated primary care.
Gilbert is a clinical professor and Senior Lincoln Fellow in Applied Ethics. He is also an adjunct faculty member with the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine.
O’Donnell is working on the development of international education programs and new integrated health care degree for the College of Health Solutions.
Dahl-Popolizio has more than 20 years of experience as an occupational therapist (OT). Her research foci: OT in population health management, and on the integrated interprofessional primary care team.
Macchi is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Integrated Behavioral Health programs and Associate Chair of Internship Programs.
Manson's specialty is within the area of building fiscally sustainable integrated health care with identifiable return on investment and cost savings.
Reddy’s primary research interests are how law and policy can be utilized as tools to improve population health outcomes, reduce health disparities and inequities.
Kennedy has more than 30 years of experience in the health care industry and has been recognized nationally and internationally for her work to improve health care service quality and the patient experience.
Behavioral medicine scientist and educator
Sebren's teaching and scholarly interests are focused on the efficacy of mindfulness for reduced stress, improved health and health behavior change.
Hart teaches undergraduate courses in Nutrition and Health Care Delivery, and graduate courses in the online Masters of Dietetics program.
Dr. Savaglio Battles teaches public health, health education, and health sciences classes in the College of Health Solutions.
Connell's passion is helping students launch their healthcare careers and helping people learn how to implement a healthy lifestyle to prevent, delay or minimize chronic disease during their lifetime.
Rachael Don teaches the Science of Healthcare Delivery. Additionally, she is the Degree Director for the Health Sciences program as well as the program's Faculty Honors Advisor for Barrett Honors College students.
Forouzeshyekta is a medical studies lecturer and received her doctorate from the Texas Chiropractic College.
Mayer's research interests include hospice and palliative care and chronic disease management.
Rowans has more than 27-years experience in the healthcare industry.
Scribner is an instructor and recognized as an international leader in nutrition therapy related to disordered eating and eating disorders.
Dr. Kingsbury is the director of the STEM Teaching Global Intensive Experience in Costa Rica, and is the faculty advisor for the student organization, the Arizona Global Health Project.