Dr. Cory Cronin

Assistant Professor of Health Services Administration

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Dr. Cory E. Cronin received his PhD in medical sociology from Case Western Reserve University, and he has also earned a Master of Health Services Administration from Xavier University. Dr. Cronin has expertise in health care delivery and health care policy, and his research largely focuses on using quantitative data and administrative records to explore population health issues. He has particular interest in how health care organizations, policy, and environment promote or detract from health and health care access. He is currently serving as the principal investigator in a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded study exploring the role of hospitals as anchor institutions. Prior to beginning his academic career, Dr. Cronin held positions in hospital administration and health care consulting.