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Robert Hoye

Contributing Faculty

College of Health Sciences and Public Policy

Degree Program Ph.D. Health Services

Robert E. Hoye, BA,(Providence College) MS, (St. John’s Univ.) Ph.D, (University of Wisconsin-Madison) FAAMA, FRSH.

Dr. Robert Hoye is in his 30th year as a Faculty Mentor in the doctoral programs leading to a Ph.D. in Health Services; Public Health; and Doctor of Health Administration at Walden University. He was named The Outstanding Faculty Member in 2000 and received The Bernard L. Turner Award in 1994, He has served as Kentucky State Director for the American Academy of Medical Administrators, where he is also recognized by being named a Fellow in the Academy. He was further honored by being named a Diplomat in Healthcare Administration for extraordinary service to the profession in 1994. He received the Healthcare Statesman of the Year Award in 1992. He served as Chair of the Editorial Board of AAMA for a ten-year term. He holds the distinction and title of Professor Emeritus from the Graduate School at the University of Louisville, where he served as Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs and Coordinator and Founder of the Graduate Program in Healthcare Systems Management and Planning. He has held appointments as Full Professor in the School of Medicine, School of Education, Systems Science Institute and Institute for Community Development. He is a former Dean of Champlain College and Director of the Instructional Media Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He lectured for the Management Institute at UW-Madison. He is a Fellow in the Systems Science Institute at U. of Louisville and a Research Fellow in the Far West Laboratory, San Francisco. He was appointed as Visiting Clinical Professor, College of Allied Health, University of Kentucky. During his sabbatical leaves, he served as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Healthcare Administration, School of Public Health, San Diego State University. In a later sabbatical leave, he researched the differences between the Canadian and United States healthcare systems by working with hospital administrators in Manitoba, Canada. He served as Leader of five Delegations of U.S. Healthcare Administrators to the Peoples Republic of China, where he visited and lectured throughout the country. He was named as an Honorary Faculty Member at the Medical University of Kunming. He has served as a Consultant to the US Office of Technology Assessment. Further bibliographic information, consult the following: Who's Who in the World, Marquis, 62nd Edition, 2008 Who's Who in America, Marquis, 1995 –thru- 2015, Who’s Who in Medicine & Healthcare, Marquis 2006-2012. Among his research interests: Health Systems Leadership. Management & Administration, Comparative Healthcare Systems, Healthcare Public Policy, Quality in Healthcare Delivery, Alternative Healthcare Delivery Systems, Long Term Care Systems, Technology in Healthcare Systems, Preparing Administrators & Teachers for Higher Education Careers. Quantitative & Qualitative Methodology.
Recipient of 2017 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
Recipient 2018 Bernard L. Turner Award, Walden University