Jacqueline S. Zinn
Department: Risk, Insurance, and Healthcare Management
Office: Alter Hall 611
After a successful career as a hospital administrator at Temple University Hospital and The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Jacqueline Zinn joined the Fox School to teach healthcare, strategic management and business policies. Dr. Zinn teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate programs and has chaired or advised on over twenty dissertations. She has over fifty peer-reviewed research articles and 80 scientific presentations examining the influence of market competition and organizational characteristics on quality and access in health care settings, comparing severity-adjusted outcomes of care. Dr. Zinn is the 1996 recipient of the John D. Thompson Prize for research achievement, and is a 1997 co-recipient of a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Investigator Award. In recognition of her teaching performance, she was awarded the 2000 Andrisani-Frank Award for Excellence in Teaching.