Professor of Management, Healthcare Systems & Health Policy
Timothy Hoff, Ph.D. is Professor of Management, Healthcare Systems, and Health Policy in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University, in Boston, Massachusetts. He also is a Visiting Associate Fellow at Green-Templeton College, University at Oxford, and Associate Scholar, Said Business School, University at Oxford. Dr. Hoff is an award-winning author who has written extensively on the present and future U.S. health care system, health care workforce, physician behavior, health care change and innovation, and the patient experience. His research is cutting-edge and examines emerging trends in the health care marketplace. Read More >
The Physician Shortage: Innovations for Increasing Access
"Thank you so much for speaking at our NAMSS conference. We heard very positive feedback and I think everyone could relate to the issues you spoke of. It was very well received, and I do think your presentation fit well with the theme of the conference. On behalf of the Conference Committee, thank you for helping make our conference a huge success."
“Thank you very much for an amazing lecture. The presentation you gave was just awesome! I've heard from several students and faculty who were there, about how enjoyable and informative your lecture was. It was timely and eye opening for sure! We're grateful that you were able to take time out of your schedule to come and speak to us and we truly enjoyed the opportunity to have dinner and enjoy some great conversation. Thanks very much for a wonderful evening.”