Dr. Greenia received his PhD in Public Administration at the University of Southern California in December 2004. He joined the School of Health Sciences at Walden University as a part-time faculty member in May 2013. Dr. Greenia has over twenty years of diverse experience in healthcare operations, quality management and strategic planning. He has worked in several settings, including government, for-profit, not-for-profit, academic medical centers as well as a children’s hospital. Dr. Greenia is board-certified in healthcare management and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
PhD, University of Southern California
MHA, University of Southern California
MA, Harvard University Extension School
Greenia, E. G. (2017). Hawaii Health Systems Corporation: The Politics of Public Health Systems Governance. Cases in Health Services Management, 6th Edition. Darr, K., Farnsworth, T.J. & Myrtle, R.C., eds.
Greenia, E. G. A new core competency for healthcare administrators: Discussing the need for emergency and disaster management education in the graduate healthcare administration curriculum. Journal of Healthcare Administration