This collection includes theses and dissertations from the Department of Health Management and Systems Sciences, in the School of Public Health & Information Sciences. It is not exhaustive since most paper theses and dissertations have not been digitized. Generally, paper copies of theses and dissertations published prior to 2014 can be accessed in the University of Louisville Libraries. If you would like to add your thesis or dissertation to this collection, please see: http://ir.library.louisville.edu/about.html.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Comparing total expenditures by source of long-term services and supports., Maresa R. Corder

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Cost of care for hospitalized patients with pulmonary mycobacterial diseases in the United States., Mary Beth Wells Allen

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Leveling the playing field through partnerships and collaboration : neighborhood revitalizations and the influence of social determinants of health and institutional logics., J. M. Bohn

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Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) onset and "remission"., Srikanth Tangelloju

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The impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s risk adjustment program on adverse selection : first year case study., Steven K. Zimmerman

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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The effect of the patient protection and Affordable Care Act on the Medicare Part D coverage gap as reflected in diabetes medication adherence., Jennifer A. Forristal

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Network participation in public health : the development of instruments and adapted theory to predict stakeholder participation in a public health network., David Johnson

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Charitable activities reported by tax-exempt hospitals in Kentucky., Alexander Aldridge Kerns

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Implementation of break time for employee nursing mothers at the University of Louisville : a case study., Robin Elise Weiss, 1971-

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The association of medical student debt on choice of primary care specialty and rural practice location., Craig Ziegler

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Quality of primary care from the patient perspective in Saudi Arabia : a multi-level study., Khalid Awad Alahmary