School of Health and Human Services
Ph.D., University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
M.H.A., M.B.A., University of Houston - Clear Lake, Texas
M.Sc., Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
B.Sc., University of Mumbai - K C College, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Amrita Shenoy graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Healthcare Management and Policy from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in the School of Public Health at The George McMillian Center for Healthcare Management in the Texas Medical Center. Prior to that, she was employed at the Texas Medical Center following graduation with both a Master of Healthcare Administration and Master of Business Administration from University of Houston - Clear Lake. Additionally, Dr. Shenoy graduated with a Master of Science in Biotechnology from Nottingham Trent University, England, United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Science in Genetics and Biochemistry from the University of Mumbai. Dr. Shenoy is an assistant professor in the Bachelor of Science in Health Management program and the Master of Science in Health Administration program at The University of Baltimore.
An experienced academician, Dr. Shenoy teaches Healthcare Finance and Economics at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Her acumen with educating learners online is as savvy as her in-person classroom methods. She cherishes time with her learners and provides them ample guidance to help them succeed with intensely quantitative courses. Her pedagogic methods involve crafting financial case studies and economics assessments, given her focus on aligning learning outcomes with curricular mapping. Intending to facilitate student learning, her teaching methods incorporate course goals with an emphasis on realizing learning objectives.
Dr. Shenoy’s scholarship and disciplined inquiry capacities involve analyzing qualitative and quantitative aspects of policies. Specifically, she leverages econometric methodologies, for example, simple and multiple linear, binary and multinomial logistic, interrupted and cross-sectional segmented time series and panel regression models to determine the impact of a broad spectra of policies. She is involved with research segments in healthcare policies that incorporate the reporting of quality improvement and reimbursement initiatives. Her research areas spotlight topics in public health and public policy with a broad emphasis on healthcare management. She is adept at combining her scholarship expertise with pedagogic techniques helping learners stay focused with updated healthcare trends given the rapidly evolving scenarios.
Dr. Shenoy gladly extends her reviewership expertise to peer-reviewed double-blinded journals, books, book chapters, conferences, abstracts, research panels, and symposiums. Her service commitments extend to program, departmental, school, college, and university committees in which she is part of the collegial academic environment.
As a person, Dr. Shenoy has an upbeat, cheerful, and congenial personality. She is ever ready to help her students and colleagues and is a likable person, both professionally and personally. Being grateful to her professors, mentors, superiors, and seniors, she is cordial with her learners, cognizant of their eagerness in learning and absorbing the subject matter. Her hobbies include polishing her culinary skills and is artistically inclined to music, both classical and contemporary. She aspires to be trained in professional violin playing, learns shlokas (verses) in Sanskrit, and does not ever miss an opportunity to swim and dive gracefully.
- Healthcare Administration and Management: Quality Management Frameworks, Applications of Lean and Six Sigma Measures, Preventable Hospitalization Rates, Hospital Readmission Rates, Merit Based Incentive Payment System
- Healthcare Policy: Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Program, Analyses of DSRIP's Categorical Outcome Measures, Effects of the DSRIP Program on Quality Reporting/Population Health
- Healthcare Finance: Financial Statement and Cash Flow Analyses, Risk Estimation, Implications of Cost, Volume and Profit (CVP) Analyses and Time Value of Money
- Healthcare Strategic Management: Healthcare Alliances, Mergers and Acquisitions, Paradigms of Strategy, Corporate Governance and Leadership
- Econometric Methods: Simple and Multiple Linear, Binary and Multinomial Logistic, Interrupted and Cross Sectional Time Series, and Panel Regression models
Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2022) The Stark Law, from Inception to COVID-19 Blanket Waivers: A Review. Patient Safety in Surgery. DOI: 10.1186/s13037-022-00326-9
Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2022) The Impact of EMTALA on Medical Malpractice Framework Models: A Review. Patient Safety in Surgery. DOI: 10.1186/s13037-022-00325-w
- Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2022) The US Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program: A Linear and Logistic Regression Analysis of Domains and Penalty Status. International Journal of Healthcare Management. DOI: 10.1080/20479700.2022.2065619
Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2022) Living Kidney and Liver Donations and Transplantations: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis spanning Years, 1988 - 2020. International Journal of Healthcare Management. DOI: 10.1080/20479700.2022.2051127
Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2022) Expert Witness Testimony in Medical Malpractice Litigation: Minutiae and Methods - In Credence and Credibility. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health. DOI: 10.1016/j.jemep.2022.100755
Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2022) Patient Safety Assurance in the Age of Defensive Medicine: A Review. Patient Safety in Surgery. DOI: 10.1186/s13037-022-00319-8
- Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2021) Res Ipsa Loquitur: An Insight into the Novel Seven ‘I’s of Indicative Treatment - A Potential Defense for the Defendant Doctor. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health. DOI: 10.1016/j.jemep.2021.100751
- Shenoy, A. (2021) The Merit-based Incentive Payment System: Pearson’s Chi-Square and Categorical Dependent Variable Models analyzed for Domains - Effective Clinical Care and Efficiency/Cost Reduction. Journal of Health Economics and Outcomes Research. DOI: 10.36469/jheor.2021.29159
- Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., Shenoy, G. G. (2021) Informed Consent: Legalities, Perspectives, and Practices in OECD/Non-OECD Countries. Médecine Palliative. DOI: 10.1016/j.medpal.2021.07.004
Shenoy, A. (2021) Patient Safety from the Perspective of Quality Management Frameworks: A Review. Patient Safety in Surgery. DOI: 10.1186/s13037-021-00286-6
- Shenoy, A., Shenoy G. N., & Shenoy, G. G. (2021) Respondeat Superior in Medicine and Public Health Practice: The Question is - Who is Accountable for Whom? Ethics, Medicine and Public Health. DOI: 10.1016/j.jemep.2021.100634
Shenoy, A. and Shenoy, G. N. (2020) Medical Malpractice Laws: Current Trends in the Association of Physicians of India's Textbook of Medicine. 12th Edition [In-production]
Shenoy, A. (2019). DSRIP’s Innovation and Collaboration in Population Health Management: A Cross-sectional segmented time series model. Health Services Management Research, DOI: 10.1177/0951484819868679
Shenoy, A. and Shenoy G. N., (2018). Legalities in Medical Practice in the Association of Physicians of India’s Textbook of Medicine for the Association of Physicians of India Publishers ISBN-13: 978-819397640
Shenoy, A., Begley, C. E., Revere, L., Linder, S. H., & Daiger, S. P. (2017). Innovating Patient Care Delivery: DSRIP's interrupted time series analysis paradigm. Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation. DOI: 10.1016/j.hjdsi.2017.11.004
Shenoy, A., Begley, C., Revere, L., Linder, S., & Daiger, S. P. (2017). Delivery System Innovation and Collaboration: A Case Study on the Influencers of Preventable Hospitalizations. International Journal of Healthcare Management. DOI: 10.1080/20479700.2017.1405777
Shenoy, A., Revere, L., Begley, C., Linder, S., & Daiger, S. (2017). The Texas DSRIP program: An Exploratory Evaluation of its Alignment with Quality Assessment Models in Healthcare. International Journal of Healthcare Management, 12(2), 165-172 DOI: 10.1080/20479700.2017.1397339.
Shenoy, A. (2017). Healthcare Interpersonal Communication based on Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses in the Light of Social Exchange Theory; Chapter 7 in Kendall Hunt Publisher’s Textbook: Interpersonal Communication in Multiple Contexts: Representative Anecdotes. 2nd Edition ISBN: 978-1-5249-2176-7
- Begley, C., Hall, J., Shenoy, A., Hanke, J., Wells, R., Revere, L., & Lievsay, N. (2016). Design and Implementation of the Texas Medicaid DSRIP program. Population Health Management, 20(2), 139-145 DOI: 10.1089/pop.2015.0192.
- Shenoy, A., Khoury, R., & Chandra, A. (2011). Hospital Turnaround Practice in the United States: Value and Role of Consultants. 47th Annual Midwest Business Administration Association (MBAA) International Proceedings, Chicago, Illinois. March 23-25, 2011