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 >
Dr. Hoff won the 2019 Sandra L. Panther Fellowship in the History of Family Medicine for his project “The Family Physician Career Evolution Study: A Multi-Level Analysis.” In this project, he analyzes and examines the current evolution of careers in family medicine.
His work has been published in the top health care and management journals, and in popular press outlets such as The Washington Post. His 2017 book, Next in Line: Lowered Care Expectations in the Age of Retail- and Value-Based Health, is published by Oxford University Press. His book entitled Practice Under Pressure: Primary Care Physicians and Their Work in the 21st Century, earned an Outstanding Academic Title award from Choice Magazine in 2010. His health care research has won national awards from the American Sociological Association, Academy of Management, and Society for Applied Anthropology. He has been quoted extensively in a variety of media outlets including U.S. News and World Report, Reuters, Medical Economics, and Yahoo Finance.
Before going into academia, Dr. Hoff worked in hospital administration and as a health care consultant. This real-world experience keeps his views and research grounded in the everyday complex world of health care delivery. Dr. Hoff also engages in executive education and management consulting for health care organizations. He gives frequent talks to academics, policy makers, industry executives, and health care professionals. Read Less ^