Positions

Overview

  • Hi, I’m Geoff Silvera, a management scholar primarily focused on the influence of executive decision-makers on end-user outcomes.

    I presently serve as an Assistant Professor of Health Services Administration in the Department of Health Services Administration at The University of Alabama-Birmingham’s School of Health Professions. Previously, I served on the faculty at Auburn University. My doctorate in Health Policy and Administration was completed at the Pennsylvania State University. Both my masters and bachelors degrees were earned at the University of Florida.

    In addition to my academic position, I presently serve on the editorial board of HCMR, QMHC, and as the Associate Editor of PXJ.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2022 More Than Words: An Invited Commentary Regarding "quantitative Patient-Reported Experience Measures Derived from Natural Language Processing Have a Normal Distribution and No Ceiling Effect"Quality Management in Health Care: an information service.  31:219-220. 2022
    2022 An examination of the sustainability of the CXO advantage in U.S. hospitals 2022
    2022 Mixed signals: an analysis of diversity value signaling in leading U.S. hospitals 2022
    2022 Executive Involvement in Governing Boards and Hospital and Health System Performance.Hospital Topics.  1-7. 2022
    2022 A Bird in Hand: An Examination of the Influence of Nursing School Proximal Density on Hospital Quality of Care Outcomes in U.S. HospitalsINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  59. 2022
    2022 Hands and gloves: The relationship between CEOs and organizational context in U.S. hospitalsInternational Journal of Healthcare Management.  15:188-195. 2022
    2022 Hospital characteristics associated with HIPAA breachesInternational Journal of Healthcare Management.  15:171-180. 2022
    2021 Women at the helm: Chief executive officer gender and patient experience in the hospital industryHealth Care Management Review.  46:206-216. 2021
    2021 The influence of COVID-19 visitation restrictions on patient experience and safety outcomes: A critical role for subjective advocates 2021
    2021 The COVID-19 Impact on Health Administration Education: Understanding Student Perspectives on the Transition from In-person to Remote LearningThe Journal of health administration education.  38. 2021
    2020 Toward the Roux: Explaining the Adoption of Inclusionary Practices in Local Governments 2020
    2020 Effects of post-discharge telemonitoring on 30-day chronic obstructive pulmonary disease readmissions and mortalityJournal of Telemedicine and Telecare2020
    2019 Developing and Defining DiversityPublic Integrity.  21:286-300. 2019
    2018 A study examining the influence of proximity to nurse education resources on quality of care outcomes in nursing homesINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  55. 2018
    2018 Insider versus outsider executive succession: The relationship to hospital efficiencyHealth Care Management Review.  43:61-68. 2018
    2017 Patient Experience: The field and future 2017
    2017 The Moderating Role of Hospital Size on the Relationship between Patient Experience and Patient SafetyQuality Management in Health Care: an information service.  26:210-217. 2017
    2016 Assessing the relationship between patient safety culture and EHR strategyInternational Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance.  29:614-627. 2016
    2016 Patient evaluations of the interpersonal care experience (ICE) in U.S. hospitals: A factor analysis of the HCAHPS survey 2016
    2016 Enhanced Motor Recovery after Stroke with Combined Cortical Stimulation and Rehabilitative Training Is Dependent on Infarct LocationNeurorehabilitation and Neural Repair.  30:173-181. 2016
    2016 Relational Orientation in the Upper Echelons: An Executive Job Demand-Moderated ModelAcademy of Management Proceedings.  2016:14354. 2016
    2016 The Moderating Role of Hospital Size on the Relationship between Patient Experience and SafetyAcademy of Management Proceedings.  2016:14369. 2016
    2015 Patient experience established: One year later 2015
    2014 Assessing the Relationship between Patient Safety Culture and EHR StrategyAcademy of Management Proceedings.  2014:10305. 2014
    2014 EMR Implementation Speed: Patient Safety Culture ParadoxJournal of healthcare information management : JHIM2014
    2014 EMR Implementation Speed: Patient Safety Culture Paradox: Part 2Journal of healthcare information management : JHIM.  4:40-45. 2014

    Research Overview

  • Hospital Strategic Management
    Patient Experience
    Patient Safety
    Health Information Technology Diversity and Inclusion
    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion implementation
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Health Policy Analysis, The Pennsylvania State University 2015
  • Full Name

  • Geoffrey Silvera