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Suzanne Wood

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Assistant Professor, Health Services


Education

PhD   Old Dominion University, 2006   (Business Administration)
MS   Old Dominion University, 2001   (Community Health)
BS   Old Dominion University, 2000   (Health Sciences)

Contact Info

email:   sjwood@uw.edu

office:   H-664, Health Sciences Building

address:
1959 NE Pacific St
Seattle, WA 98195

campus box:   357660
voice:   206-221-4571

International business and strategy; strategic management; management theory and practice; action research; qualitative analyses; program and process evaluation
  • HSERV 344
    Public Health and Health Systems Management
  • HSERV 590
    Organizational Theory and Applications in the Study of Health Services
  • HSMGMT 545
    Capstone Integrative Seminar


Wood SJ. Cascading strategy in a large health system: Bridging gaps in hospital alignment through implementation. Health Serv Manage Res. 2018 Oct 11:951484818805371. doi: 10.1177/0951484818805371. [Epub ahead of print]  PMID: 30309260
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Wood SJ, LeRouge C. The triple threat MHA program: Strategies for producing favorable outcomes in an executive, compressed, and hybrid environment. J Health Adm Educ. 2014;31(3):229-245.
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LeRouge C, Tulu B, Wood SJ. Project initiation for telemedicine services: A collaborative effort. International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics. 2014 Apr-Jun;9(2):65-86.
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Broom KD, Wood SJ, Sampson CJ. Current trends in graduate-level healthcare management education: An examination of accreditation outcomes. J Health Adm Educ. 2013;30(3):159-79.
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Beauvais B, Wood SJ, Brezinski P, Brooks M, Kim F, Mangelsdorff AD. Adoption and implementation of competency-based education—The Army-Baylor approach. J Health Adm Educ. 2011;28(4):299-313.
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2018
Member, dissertation committee for Ann Nguyen
Organizational factors affecting the successful integration of physician groups with health systems

2018
Chair, capstone for Nicole Schwalbe
Medicaid integrated purchasing for physical and behavioral health: Effects of payment reform on provider organizations in Washington State

2018
Member, thesis committee for Alison Steinbacher
A program evaluation of a communit- based diabetes prevention program: YMCA of Greater Seattle

2017
Chair, capstone for Tianna Fallgatter
Long-Term-Care in Rural Washington: Redesign of care delivery, payment, and organizational methodologies to sustain access to quality aging services in rural communities