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TRICIA J. JOHNSON, PHD Rush University
Department of Health Systems Management 1700 West Van Buren Street, TOB Suite 126B
Chicago, IL 60612 USA Tel. 312.942.7107 Fax. 312.942.4957
Doctor of Philosophy, Economics, 2002 Arizona State University, W. P. Carey College of Business, Tempe, AZ Awards/Honors: Emeriti Professor Award for the Outstanding Ph.D. Student in Economics
University Graduate Scholar Preparing Future Faculty Scholar
Dissertation: The Economics of Information in the Health Care Market Master of Science, Economics, 2001 Arizona State University, W. P. Carey College of Business, Tempe, AZ Awards/Honors: University Graduate Scholar
Master of Arts, Hospital and Health Administration, 1995 The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA Awards/Honors: Alumni Association 2nd Year Scholarship
Alumni Association State of Iowa Scholarship Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, Economics & Business Administration, 1993 Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA Awards/Honors: Richter Scholar for Superior Scholarship in Honors Thesis
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity Phi Beta Kappa Honor Fraternity Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honor Fraternity
Professor, Rush University 2016 – Present Department of Health Systems Management Associate Chair of Education and Research, Rush University 2012 – Present Department of Health Systems Management Acting Associate Chair, Rush University 2011 – 2012 Department of Health Systems Management
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Associate Professor, Rush University 2009 – 2016 Department of Health Systems Management Associate Professor (secondary appointment), Rush University 2010 – Present Department of Women, Children and Family Nursing, College of Nursing Director, Rush University 2006 – Present Center for the Advancement of Healthcare Value, Health Systems Management (Formerly Center for Health Management and Policy Research) Adjunct Faculty, Arizona State University 2005 – 2008 Seidman Research Institute, Center for Health Information and Research Co‐Section Director, Finance Core Curriculum, Rush University 2002 – 2008 Department of Health Systems Management Assistant Professor, Rush University 2002 – 2009 Department of Health Systems Management
Research Director 2013 – Present US Cooperative for International Patient Programs, National Center for Healthcare Leadership and Rush University, Chicago, IL Oversee research for a cooperative of 50 hospital and health system‐based international patient programs in the United States. Responsible for overseeing an annual benchmarking survey of strategic and operational initiatives and in‐depth reports highlighting program operations, international patient trends and external market trends.
Research Associate 1998 – 2002 School of Health Administration and Policy and Department of Economics, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ Managed and conducted statistical and econometric analysis for multiple research projects related to occupational injuries. Conducted statistical analysis and developed summary report for annual survey of state‐licensed physicians and presented summary findings to the Arizona Council for Graduate Medical Education. Participated in research and development of a report for the 74th Arizona Town Hall on the future directions of Arizona’s health care related to the continuing supply of physicians. Served as technical resource at the Fall 1999 Town Hall meeting.
Summer Research Associate 2001 RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA Analyzed the effects of work accommodations on retirement decisions for individuals with occupational injuries before and after implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act using the Health and Retirement Survey. Investigated return‐to‐work programs for occupational injuries from a sample of self‐insured employers in the state of California to identify best practices in employer return‐to‐work programs.
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Research Associate 2000 Arizona State University (ASU) Healthy Back Study, Tempe, AZ Served as project coordinator for a three‐year prospective study on back pain resulting from occupational injuries in five national employers. Designed and managed database to track survey information and conducted descriptive and statistical analysis on participation and responses. Trained and managed interviewers on a day‐to‐day basis.
Research Assistant 1994 – 1995 Graduate Program in Hospital and Health Administration, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA Developed strategic plan and assisted with data collection for a community needs assessment of mental and elderly health care needs. Conducted literature review and benchmarking study on community health needs assessments, researching various national needs assessments and identifying specific health status indicators for rural communities.
Research Assistant 1994 Graduate Program in Hospital and Health Administration, Center for Health Services Research, Iowa City, IA Examined the effects of provider supply rates on hospitalizations for both mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Investigated small area variations for physicians, psychiatrists, social workers and counselors for the state of Iowa and analyzed data to determine the distribution of mental health providers for the state.
RESEARCH AND TRAINING GRANTS Fellowships Fulbright Scholar Award to Austria, “Lecturing and Research: Health Economics and Comparative Health Care Systems/Assessing the Effect of Medical Tourism for the U.S. and Austria,” Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration March 2009 – June 2009 Research Grants Received “Value and Mechanisms of Home Visitation in Obesity Interventions for Low‐Income Children” from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, 1R01DK111358, Co‐Investigator (PI: Brad Appelhans, PhD) February 2017 – January 2022 “Steps to Effective Problem Solving” from the National Institute of Nursing Research, 1R01HD086211, Co‐Investigator (PI: Sarah Ailey, PhD) September 2016 – August 2021 “Parent Training in Pediatric Primary Care: A Self‐Directed Tablet‐Based Approach” from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Co‐Investigator (PI: Susan Breitenstein) September 2015 – August 2019
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“The Coleman Palliative Care Medicine Training Program for Interdisciplinary Providers” from the Coleman Foundation, Grant 5390, Co‐Investigator (PI: Sean O’Mahony, MD) September 2014 – August 2017 “Multi‐Clinic Action Trial to Control Hyperglycemia and Hypertension” from the National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Co‐Investigator (PI: Steven Rothschild) January 2014 – December 2018 “New Models of Care for Healthier Urban Communities,” BMO Harris Bank, $5,000,000, Executive Director July 2013 – June 2018 “Methodological Development for Cost Effectiveness Assessment of CPHHD Projects” from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, 3P50HL105189‐03S1, $199,991, Co‐Investigator (PI: Lynda Powell, PhD) September 2012 – September 2013 “Economic Model of Human Milk as a Long‐Term Strategy in Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants” from the Rush University Scientific Leadership Committee, $100,000, Principal Investigator July 2011 – June 2013 “Developing an Intervention to Prevent Visceral Fat in Premenopausal Women” from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health, U01 HL097894‐01, $7,617,417, Co‐Investigator (PI: Lynda Powell, PhD) September 2009 – August 2014 “Reducing Health Disparities in African American Women: Physical Activity Adherence” from the National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health, R01 NR004134‐09A2, Co‐ Investigator (PI: JoEllen Wilbur, Ph.D.) August 2009 – July 2014 “The Relationship between Hospital Acquired Conditions and Severity of Illness” Rush University College of Health Sciences