Prof. Alan Lyles Featured on National Academy of Public Administration's Website
July 20, 2021
Contact: Office of Advancement and External Relations
Charles Alan Lyles, professor in The University of Baltimore's School of Public and International Affairs and School of Health and Human Services—both part of the College of Public Affairs—is featured in his role as a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration on that organization's website.
Prof. Lyles, who also serves as a senior fellow for the University's Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics
and a senior research associate for its Schaefer Center for Public Policy, says in the article that, as an educator and scholar, he is excited by the potential of two current topics:
"The challenge of educating the next generation of health care professional managers and policy workers," and "Clarifying healthcare's dysfunction to support actions that could produce progress. In brief, healthcare's system problem is that clinical and business goals conflict, and its complexity obscures the problems, and impedes solutions."
Read the National Academy of Public Administration spotlight on Prof. Lyles.
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