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Dr. Roderick S. Hooker

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The Maryland Academy of Physician Assistants Inc
P.O. Box 1726
Annapolis , Maryland 21404
United States

Company Description: MAPA is managed by a combination of Physician Assistants who volunteer their time and expertise as well as a paid association management staff. MAPA has...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • MBA
  • MBA
    City University of Seattle
  • Master of Business Administration degree
    CityU
  • PhD , health policy
    Mark O. Hatfield School of Government
  • PhD , health policy
    Mark O. Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University
  • undergraduate degree
    University of Missouri
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Cawley, James F. | Physician Assistant History Society
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One of his books, Physician Assistants in American Medicine, co-authored with Dr. Roderick Hooker, is assigned reading for physician assistant students and is a valuable reference for those interested in understanding the emergence of the PA profession into the American Health Care System. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the AAPA, was a Primary Care Health Policy Fellow in the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, and is a past president of the Physician Assistant Education Association and the PA Foundation. He has also been president of the Maryland Academy of Physician Assistants, served as its Legislative Chair for five years, and in 2011 was named its Outstanding Physician Assistant of the Year for the second time.
Roderick Hooker, Ph.D., ...
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Roderick Hooker, Ph.D., PA
Spectrum Article Details
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In a panel session on Aug. 16 at the annual conference of the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters in Chicago, Scott Shipman, MD, director of healthcare affairs, the Association of American Medical Colleges, and a researcher at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice; Roderick Hooker, senior health workforce analyst, The Lewin Group; and Fred Donini-Lenhoff, medical education communications director, the American Medical Association, discussed physician supply and demand over the next decade.
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Mr. Hooker believes the gap between the supply and demand for physician services will be partially filled by PAs and NPs and team-based care. According to Mr. Hooker, data suggests PAs can substitute for a physician in 83 percent of care provided in a primary-care setting. If used appropriately, mid-levels can free up physician time for higher-acuity cases and make physician practices more efficient overall.
The number of PAs reached 74,400 in 2010, compared to 45,865 in 2000. NPs numbered 105,000 in 2009, up from 67,880 in 2000. However, despite these increases, there are still fewer mid-level providers than there is a demand for, said Mr. Hooker. "While physicians are critical to the delivery of healthcare services there are many other players," he said.
International visiting experts professors ...
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International visiting experts professors Gary Hart (Center for Rural Health, University of North Dakota), Rod Hooker (University of Texas) and Ray Pong (Laurentian University, Canada) will provide training and guidance to various aspects of the project, further increasing the research capacity building of this Centre.
Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners: America and Beyond
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Rod Hooker delivering his presentation "...at the right place at the right time with the right idea..." On Tuesday 12th December, James Cook University and the Mount Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health were joined by Dr Roderick S. Hooker, Director of Rheumatology Research, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centre, Texas, USA.
Dr. Hooker spoke to the assembled guests, presenting a lecture on 'Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners: America and Beyond'
Dr. Hooker, PhD, PA is a rheumatology physician assistant, and has authored more than 130 papers (and two books) on aspects of the U.S medical workforce. He is also an Associate Professor at the University of Texas, the University of North Texas School of Public Health, and is a visiting academic with James Cook University and the University of Queensland.
He's also a very friendly, agreeable, and likeable man… with a wealth of knowledge that he was more than happy to share with anyone interested to ask.
Dr. Hooker's current research interests are centred on medical organisation, healthcare efficiency, and workforce economics.
Dr. Hooker will also be a resource person at Medical Delegation Myth Busting workshop, 13-14 December 2006.
Listen to the lecture delivered by Dr. Hooker. Windows Media Player version [Broadband] [Dial-Up].
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