Miriam Ross

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

Dr. Ross has her Doctorate in Health Administration and is a part-time faculty member in the College of Health Sciences, where she teaches Health Administration courses in the Tempo program. Dr. Ross has been with Walden since 2011 and taught traditional online MHA courses for several years before joining the Tempo MHA program. She has been a part of several teams that worked on course revisions and was involved with the early development of competencies. Additionally, Dr. Ross enjoys mentoring DHA students who are working on their dissertations.
Dr. Ross has worked for over 20 years in health administration in a teaching hospital and a community medical practice. Her experience includes accreditation standards, quality assurance, performance improvement, discharge planning, social work, project development, community education and other areas of healthcare management. She has also served on many committees including Performance Improvement, Ethics, Employee Assistance, Strategic Planning, and Patient Care. Dr. Ross is a member of many professional organizations including the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Courses Taught

DDHA 9100 - Research Capstone

MMHA 6100 - US Healthcare Delivery System

MMHA 6280 - Strategic Planning and Implementation

MHA OM007 - Project Development (CBE)

MHA HE009 - Population Health Management (CBE)

MHA LE002 - Health Care Policy (CBE)


Linda, M., Bobbi, W., Miriam, R., Lisa, M. (2018). Program management for faculty development: Addressing the changing faculty roles in a direct assessment competency-based model . Journal of Health Administration Education