Positions

Overview

  • Randa Smith Hall, MBA, MSHA is Associate Chair of External Relations & Alumni Affairs and an Assistant Professor for the Department of Health Services Administration at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Before returning to UAB, Randa brings extensive experience with the field of practice after working in an integrative healthcare delivery system in Knoxville, TN, a dermatology group practice in Pinehurst, NC and the quality improvement organization for North Carolina.

    During her 19 years at UAB, she has held a variety of roles from student recruitment to placements for internships and administrative residencies to MSHA Program Director. In her current role, she is responsible for engaging alumni within the Department of Health Services Administration with other alumni, students, and faculty through mentoring initiatives, regional events, and continuing education programming. She coordinates the Annual Preceptors’ Conference and InnoHack. In addition, Ms. Hall chairs the national Health Administration Case Competition (www.hacasecompetition.com), which brings together graduate students from across the country for a capstone experience and networking opportunity with national healthcare executives in Birmingham, Alabama.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2017 Professional Development of Healthcare Management Students: A Survey of Programs.Journal of Health Administration Education.  84:49-61. 2017
    2015 Competency Development and Validation: An Update of the Collaborative Leadership ModelJournal of Health Administration Education.  33:73-93. 2015
    2010 Competency Development and Validation: A Collaborative Approach Among Four Graduate ProgramsJournal of Health Administration Education.  27:151-173. 2010
    2001 Hospital interventions improve care of North Carolina Medicare patients with acute myocardial infarction.North Carolina Medical Journal.  62:69-73. 2001
    2000 Effect of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor therapy on 30-day outcome in patients ≥65 years of age with chronic congestive heart failureAmerican Journal of Cardiology.  86:1151-1153. 2000
    1998 ACE-I therapy improves 30-day survival in Medicare patients recently hospitalized with congestive heart failure (CHF)Circulation.  98:811-812. 1998

    Chapter

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    Original health administration case

    Research Overview

  • Professional Development of Healthcare Management Students, Competency Development, Improving Administration Residency Processes
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  • Operations Management, Process Improvement, Health Administration Capstones, MSHA Internships, Seminar in Ambulatory Care
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  • Education And Training

  • Master of Science in Health Services Administration, University of Alabama at Birmingham 1991
  • Master of Business Administration in Business Administration, Management and Operations, University of Alabama at Birmingham 1990
  • Bachelor's Degree in Health / Health Care Administration / Management, University of Alabama 1987
  • Full Name

  • Randa Hall