About

The information contained in this site is designed to provide hospital governing boards, administrators, communities, and individuals a better understanding of the pros and cons of hospital conversion and to provide federal and state policymakers with information to improve regulation of such conversions. The Center’s research on hospital conversions in the Carolinas has been made possible through generous support from:

The Duke Endowment The Fullerton Foundation   The Self Foundation


Duke University Research Team


Center for Health Policy, Law and Management

Frank A. Sloan, Ph.D.
Senior Investigator
Director

Center for Health Policy, Law and Management
J. Alexander McMahon Professor of Health
Policy and Management and
Professor of Economics
Christopher J. Conover, Ph.D.
Project Administrator
Assistant Research Professor

Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy
Donald H. Taylor, Jr., Ph.D.
Assistant Research Professor
Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy

Hester L. Haverkamp, M.P.H.
Associate in Research
Center for Health Policy, Law and Management

Emily M. Stout, J.D.
Associate in Research
Center for Health Policy, Law and Management
Lan Liang, M.A.
Graduate Research Assistant
Center for Health Policy, Law and Management
Peter J. Rankin, M.A.
Graduate Research Assistant
Center for Health Policy, Law and Management

Winston Black, III
Research Assistant
Center for Health Policy, Law and Management

Department of Community and Family Medicine

J. Lloyd Michener, M.D.
Principal Investigator
Chairman and
Clinical Professor

Department of Community and Family Medicine
Susan D. Epstein, M.P.A.
Project Liaison
Associate Director

Department of Community and Family Medicine

Site Editor

Please send any suggestions for this site to Christopher J. Conover, Center for Health Policy, Box 90519, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708 (919) 668-4052; fax: (919) 681-6045; e-mail or leave a reply below.

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Christopher J. Conover, PhD
Hospital Conversion in the Carolinas Editor

2 Responses to “About”

  1. shamtest Says:

    I can’t seem to look at this site from my smartphone!!!

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