Upcoming Grand Rounds
Timothy Hoff, PhD Professor of Management, Healthcare Systems, and Health Policy Northeastern University Visiting Associate Fellow and Associate Scholar, University of Oxford
August 9th 2023
The Why and How of Creating a Sustainable Family Medicine Career
Timothy Hoff, Ph.D. is Professor of Management, Healthcare Systems, and Health Policy in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University, in Boston, Massachusetts. He is an Associate Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Green-Templeton College, and an Associate Scholar at the Said Business School, University of Oxford. His most recent book is Searching for the Family Doctor: Primary Care on the Brink, published by Johns Hopkins University Press (2022). Previous books on the primary care system include Practice Under Pressure (2010) and Next in Line (2017). Before going into academia, Dr. Hoff worked for a decade in primary care practice administration and as a health care consultant.
Bianca K. Frogner, PhD, Professor and Director of Center for Health Workforce Studies, Department of Family Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine
September 13th 2023
Health Workforce Challenges in the Post-COVID Era
Bianca Kiyoe Frogner, PhD is a health economist and Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Director of the UW Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) in the School of Medicine at University of Washington (UW). She is an appointed member of Washington state’s Health Care Cost Transparency Board. Dr. Frogner gave testimony to the Worker and Family Support Subcommittee of the US House Ways and Means Committee and served on an Institute of Medicine Consensus Study Committee on Educating Health Professionals to Address the Social Determinants of Health. Dr. Frogner’s has produced over 150 publications including peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and reports. She has delivered over 250 scholarly presentations and has appeared in media outlets including CNN, NPR, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Vox, and Politico.
Dr Danielson was the medical director for a community pediatric clinic for two decades. He continues to promote the well-being of young people by trying to catalyze efforts to end youth incarceration. Dr Danielson works with entities at the community, local, state and national level to promote equity. He has benefitted from co-conspiring with brilliant youth and an abundance of compassionate people and he realizes he is often the least useful member of the circles he joins. He has been married to the love of his life for 17 years who, for some reason, agreed to marry him.