The Center for Health Services Research is the research arm of the Institute of Health Administration at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business. The research faculty and staff are dedicated to scholarly inquiry, which contributes to the body of knowledge on health services administration and management.
The Institute of Health Administration takes full advantage of its organizational location within the nationally ranked Robinson College of Business. Center faculty engage in collaborative research with partners across the college and university. The growth of the institute’s emphasis on health informatics has created exciting opportunities to collaborate with researchers from Robinson’s internationally known Department of Computer Information Systems.
Our ongoing relationship with the Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC) at Georgia State's Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is particularly strong, resulting in the appointment of two computer information systems faculty members as GHPC research fellows. Through the collaboration of the Center for Health Services Research and GHPC, rigorous academic research is conducted to meet the needs of policymakers in Georgia, and faculty have the opportunity to disseminate their work to state decisionmakers.