Dr. Nailya DeLellis holds a Ph.D. in Health Services Organization and Research from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MPH from the Kazakhstan School of Public Health. Her principal area of research interest is in the measurement of the intersection between quality and efficiency in health care and in identifying the determinants of quality and efficiency. Prior to joining the faculty of the Doctor of Health Administration Program at Central Michigan University Dr. DeLellis taught Health Economics at the graduate level and, with the World Health Organization, consulted on the development of Health Economics curriculum. Most recently, during the summer of 2010, she consulted and taught Master Classes on research design and methods at the Kazak State Academy of Medicine. In addition, in June, Dr. DeLellis presented her continuing research on US nursing homes, “Quality Trends in Nursing Homes” at the Academy Health 2010 Annual Research Meeting in Boston.
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