Tyler J. Towers, PhD, MHA
Lieutenant Commander, Medical Service Corps, United States Navy
Office Phone: 210.221.6963
- 2013 - PhD (Health Policy and Administration) The Pennsylvania State University
- 2003 - MHA The University of Memphis
- 1999 - BA Mass Communication (Public Relations and Journalism) The University of Utah
- Operations Management and Research
- Organizational Behavior and Theory
- Applying Principles of Organizational Behavior and Theory
- Health Policy
Levy, R. A., Towers, T. J., Pikulin, L., Cheng, S. L. (2015). Examining the effects of the directed enrollment initiative at Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Interim Report – Center for Naval Analyses.
Noble, N. J. C. L., Towers, T., Netzer P (2015). An overview of Navy Dentistry: A focus on manning. Research Memorandum – Center for Naval Analyses.
Towers, T. J., Clark, J. R. (2014). Pressure and performance: Buffering capacity and the cyclical impact of accreditation inspections on risk-adjusted mortality. Journal of Healthcare Management, 59(5), 323-335.
Towers, T. J. (2013). An examination of cyclical isomorphism and the micro-effects of hospital accreditation. Doctoral dissertation on file at the Pennsylvania State University.
Towers, T. J., Clark, J. R. (2013). The cyclical impact of Joint Commission site visits on risk-adjusted mortality rates in hospitals. Academy of Management Proceedings.
Towers, T. J., Clark, J. R. (2013). The cyclical impact of Joint Commission site visits on risk-adjusted mortality rates in hospitals. Podium presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Research Meeting, Orlando, August 2013.
Clark, J. R., Towers, T. J. (2011). Consolidation, comorbidity and the cost of care: How hospital integration might breed efficiency. Poster presentation at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, Seattle, June 2011.