Academic medical organizations, organizational theory, strategic management, market development, quality improvement
- Doctor of Science (ScD) - Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
- Master of Health Administration (MHA) - Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Tufts University, Medford, MA
Diana, M. L., Campbell, C. R., Stranova, T. J., & Long, H. W. (2011). Faculty productivity expectations among CAHME-Accredited programs. Journal of Health Administration Education. Volume 28, No.3 (Summer 2011).
Stranova, T.J. (1997, June). Medicaid: Crossover to Managed Care. PN - Paraplegia News Magazine. 51(6): 91-94.
Stranova, T.J. & Miller, James (1996, January). Will Your State Do What Congress Won't? PN - Paraplegia News Magazine. 50(4): 74-76.
Stranova, T.J. (1994-1996). State Health Care Reform Efforts (Editions I-IV). Washington, DC: Paralyzed Veterans of America.
Stranova, T.J. & Miller & Miller, James (1995). The Federal Health Budget: The Veterans' Perspective. Washington, DC: Paralyzed Veterans of America.
Dr. Stranova received his Doctor of Science (ScD) and his Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees from Tulane University and his undergraduate degree from Tufts University where he majored in History while also earning a Certificate in Community Health. Prior to joining the Tulane faculty, Dr. Stranova held leadership positions with New Orleans-based Ochsner Health System and Tulane University Hospital & Clinic. Dr. Stranova also has experience in health care policy, having spent several years as a policy analyst for Paralyzed Veterans of America, a non-profit advocacy group in Washington, DC. His research has focused on the organizational relationships, structures, and leadership of healthcare organizations, in particular academic teaching hospitals and their associated medical schools. More generally, Dr. Stranova's interests lie in applying organizational theory and strategic management principles to strengthen both domestic and international healthcare systems, to improve the quality of healthcare provision, and to assist organizations in identifying strategies that will help reduce health disparities in the communities they serve.
Dr. Stranova also serves as the School's Associate Dean for Student Services.
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