Geoff Silvera is a management scholar focused on the influence of executive decision-makers on end-user outcomes.
He serves 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, Dr. Silvera served on the faculty at Auburn University. He holds a doctorate in Health Policy and Administration from the Pennsylvania State University and his masters and bachelors degrees were both earned at the University of Florida.
In addition to his academic position, he presently serves on the editorial boards of HCMR, QMHC, and as the Associate Editor of PXJ.
In the field of health care management, my work centers on the ability of hospital executive decision-makers to positively influence care quality, patient experience, and patient safety. This research has been published in numerous publication outlets such as Health Care Management Review (HCMR), Quality Management in Health Care (QMHC), Patient Experience Journal (PXJ), and Journal of Healthcare Information Management (JHIM) and has been awarded by AcademyHealth and Southern Management Association conferences.
- Hospital Strategic Management
- Patient Experience
- Patient Safety
- Health Information Technology
In the field of diversity management, my work has centered on the institutionalization of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Through this work, colleagues and I have examined the role of organizational and community structures on the implementation of DEI initiatives and have developed a framework for establishing sustainable DEI efforts. This work has been published in outlets such as Public Integrity and State and Local Government Review (SLGR).
- Organizational Diversity and Inclusion
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion implementation