Positions

Overview

  • I am a professor in the Department of Health Services Administration at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and I teach health policy to graduate students. In August 2018 I became program director for our graduate programs in health care quality and safety. I also serve as a Co-Director for UAB's Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education

    My research focuses on health care access and utilization among vulnerable populations, including individuals living with a disability. A recent emphasis of my work is in improving the transition of care from hospital to home and reducing care fragmentation. I am also engaged in several projects related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    I have a long-standing interest in Medicaid. For over 10 years I have evaluated changes and reforms to Florida’s Medicaid program. I received my PhD from the Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health and I have an MHA and MBA from the University of Florida.
  • Research Overview

  • I am generally interested in access to care among some of the most vulnerable populations including people on Medicaid, those with chronic health conditions, and individuals living with disabilities.
  • Teaching Overview

  • My teaching focuses mostly in the area of health policy including international health system comparisons. I teach in our Masters and Doctoral programs.
  • Teaching Activities

  • AH710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2016)
  • AH710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2017)
  • AH710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2018)
  • AH710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2019)
  • AH710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2020)
  • AH710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2021)
  • AH710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2022)
  • AH788 - Independent Studies (Spring Term 2018)
  • AH788 - Independent Studies (Spring Term 2019)
  • AH788 - Independent Studies (Spring Term 2020)
  • AH788 - Independent Studies (Spring Term 2021)
  • AH788 - Independent Studies (Spring Term 2022)
  • AH790 - Independent Study and Research (Fall Term 2021)
  • AH790 - Independent Study and Research (Spring Term 2019)
  • AH790 - Independent Study and Research (Spring Term 2020)
  • AH790 - Independent Study and Research (Summer Term 2021)
  • AHD710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2016)
  • AHD710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2018)
  • AHD710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2020)
  • AHD710 - Comparative Health Systems (Spring Term 2022)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2014)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2015)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2016)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2017)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2018)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2019)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2020)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Fall Term 2021)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Spring Term 2016)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Spring Term 2017)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Spring Term 2018)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Spring Term 2019)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Spring Term 2020)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Spring Term 2021)
  • HA605 - U.S. Health Policy/Politics (Spring Term 2022)
  • HAI650 - Shaping Policy in Intl HC Sys (Fall Term 2016)
  • HCM480 - Health Care Policy and Reform (Fall Term 2017)
  • HCM480 - Health Care Policy and Reform (Fall Term 2017)
  • HQS635 - HC Policy and Regulation (Fall Term 2020)
  • HQS635 - HC Policy and Regulation (Fall Term 2021)
  • HQS698 - Integ Capstone Exper/NonThesis (Summer Term 2019)
  • HQS698 - Integ Capstone Exper/NonThesis (Summer Term 2020)
  • HQS698 - Integ Capstone Exper/NonThesis (Summer Term 2020)
  • HQS698 - Integ Capstone Exper/NonThesis (Summer Term 2021)
  • HRP410 - Honors Project (Summer Term 2017)
  • HRP410 - Honors Research Project (Fall Term 2017)
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Health Policy Analysis, Johns Hopkins University 1998
  • Full Name

  • Allyson Hall