1995-Present Associate Professor, Department of Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
1994-1995 Assistant Professor (Research), Department of Community Health and Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research, Brown University.
1992-1994 Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research, Brown University.
1991-1992 Senior Staff Associate, Department of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University.
HMP604: Organization and Management of Health Advocacy and Community-Based Non-profits
HMP616: Understanding Organizations
HMP644: Strategic Planning and Marketing in Health Care
Ph.D., Sociology, Cornell University, 1991
M.A., Sociology, Cornell University, 1989
B.A., Sociology, University of Chicago, 1986
Research Interests & Projects
Service changes in nursing home chains; women and social support in the nursing home; marketing of quality among nursing homes.
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Banaszak-Holl, J., Levitsky, S., Zald, M. (Eds). (2010). Social movements and the transformation of U.S. health care. Oxford University Press.
Saint, S., Kowalski, C., Banaszak-Holl, J., Forman, J., Damschroder, L., Krein, S.L. (2010). The importance of leadership in preventing health-care associated infection: Results of a multi-site qualitative study. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 31(9), 901-907.
Pozniak, A., Hirth, R., Banaszak-Holl, J., & Wheeler, J. (2010). Predictors of chain acquisition among independent dialysis facilities. Health Services Research, 45(2), 476-495.
Damschroder, L., Banaszak-Holl, J., Kowalski, C. P., Forman, J., Krein, S. L., Saint, S. (2010). The role of the champion in infection prevention: Results from a multi-site qualitative study. Quality and Safety in Health Care, 18, 434-440.
Banazak-Holl, J., Nembhard, I., Taylor, L., Bradley, E. (Forthcoming). Leadership and management: A framework for action. Health Care Management (6th ed.).
Botoseneanu, A., Alexander, J. A., Banaszak-Holl, J. (Forthcoming). To test or not to test? The role of religious involvement, knowledge, and attitudes towards predictive adult genetic testing in forming intent-to-test-A structural equation approach. Health Education and Behavior.
Academy of Management
American Sociological Association
Gerontological Society of America
Society for the Study of Organising Healthcare (SHOC)
Health Organizations Research Association (HORA)