Dean G. Smith, PhD
- Professor Emeritus, Health Management and Policy
- Dean and Richard A. Culbertson Professor of Health Policy and Systems Management at the LSU Health Sciences Center School of Public Health
Dean Smith is committed to a line of teaching and research that helps to provide a better understanding of the financial aspects of working with and working in health care delivery and financing organizations. He was a professor at Michigan from 1985-2015 and retired to become the dean and professor at LSU's School of Public Health in New Orleans.
- PhD, Texas A&M University, College Station, 1985
- BA, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1981
Financial management practices and techniques, costs of health services in trials of interventions.
Smith conducts research to provide a better understanding of the financial aspects of working with and working in health care delivery and financing organizations.
SJ Pressler, M Jung, I Gradus-Pizlo, MG Titler, DG Smith, S Gao, KR Lake,. (2022). Randomized controlled trial of a cognitive intervention to improve memory in heart failure. Journal of Cardiac Failure 28 (4), 519-530.
M Slyter, SR Hernandez, L Hearld, DG Smith, N Borkowski. (2021). Assessing how well hospitals budget operating results by examining the relationship between budget variances and operating margin. Journal of Health Care Finance 48(2), 1-21.
KF Brisolara, DG Smith. (2021). Preparing for a More Public Health-Aware Practice of Medicine in Response to COVID-19. Journal of Clinical Cardiology 2 (3), 43-45.
S Upadhyay, R Weech-Maldonado, CH Lemak, AL Stephenson, DG Smith. (2021). Hospital staffing patterns and safety culture perceptions: The mediating role of perceived teamwork and perceived handoffs. Health Care Management Review 46 (3), 227-236
YW Chiu, YH Kao, MJ Simoff, DE Ost, O Wagner, J Lavin, RA Culbertson, DG Smith. (2021). Costs of biopsy and complications in patients with lung cancer. ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research 13, 191.
N Puro, N Borkowski, S Feyereisen, L Hearld, N Carroll, J Byrd, DG Smith (2021). The role of organizational slack in buffering financially distressed hospitals from market exits. Journal of Healthcare Management 66 (1), 48-61.
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