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Ebbin Dotson, PhD, MHSA

Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy/Faculty Director, UM Summer Enrichment Program/Director, Health Equity Leadership Pipeline Collaborative

School of Public Health, University of Michigan

Ebbin Dotson is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Management and Policy, the faculty director for the UM Summer Enrichment Program, and director of the Health Equity Leadership Pipeline Collaborative (The Collaborative) at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Dr. Dotson’s research topics include organizational theory and behavior, health equity, leadership competencies, health professions pipelines, workforce diversity, predictive assessment, health literacy, and community health. Before joining UM SPH, Dr. Dotson served as the assistant dean of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and an assistant professor in the division of Community Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health.

Dr. Dotson received his doctorate in health services and policy analysis from the University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health. He earned a Master of Health Services Administration degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in organizational studies from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He was also an administrative fellow at Michigan Medicine. Dr. Dotson serves on the University of Michigan SPH Health Management and Policy Program Alumni board, and several of his community service efforts are focused on mentoring youth, especially young men.

Sessions

Executive Health Equity Management

Presented by Ebbin Dotson, PhD, MHSA, Marlon Wardlow, FACHE at 1:00 PM on Friday, March 26th.

As the United States addresses health reform implementation, healthcare executives, administrators and providers are actively shaping solutions to our most pressing national issues. While rising healthcare costs and the attempts to curb spending have received much of the attention over the past decade, health equity solutions are now beginning to influence business practices. With the…