Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Administration
504U Donald H. Ford Building
University Park PA 16801
Ph.D., 2013, Health Services Organization and Research, Virginia Commonwealth University
M.B.A., 2009, Healthcare Management, Union Graduate College
B.A., 2006, Management, Hartwick College
Healthcare organizations and management; quality of care; health information technology; and research methods.
Policy and management issues related to healthcare organizations, with a special concentration on the enhancement of value in healthcare delivered by such organizations.
Waters, T., Daniels, M., Bazzoli, G., Shorr, R., Perencevich, E., Dunton, N., Staggs, V., Potter, C., Fareed, N., Liu, M., & Shorr, R. (In press). Impact of Medicare’s nonpayment for hospital-acquired conditions: Lessons for future policy? JAMA Internal Medicine.
Bazzoli, G., Fareed, N., & Waters, T. (2014). Hospital financial performance in the recent recession and implications for institutions that remain financially weak. Health Affairs, 33, (5), 739-745.
Testi, A., Fareed, N., Ozcan, Y., & Tanfani, E. (2013). Assessment of physician performance for diabetes: a bias-corrected data envelopment analysis model. Quality in Primary Care, 21, (6), 345-357.
Fareed, N. (2013). Electronic health record adoption and its influence on postoperative sepsis. (Doctoral dissertation).Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond.
Fareed, N. (2012). Size matters: A meta-analysis on the impact of hospital size on patient mortality. International Journal of Evidence Based Healthcare, 10, (2), 103-111.
Fareed, N., Ozcan, Y., & DeShazo, J. (2012). Hospital EMR enterprise application strategy: Do they matter? Health Care Management Review, 37, (1), 4-13.
Fareed, N., & Mick, S. (2011). To make or buy patient safety solutions: A resource dependence & transaction cost economics perspective. Health Care Management Review, 36 (4), 288-298; Fareed, N., & Mick, S. (2011). To make or buy patient safety solutions: A resource dependence & transaction cost economics perspective – response to commentaries. Health Care Management Review, 36 (4), 303-305.
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