Assistant Professor

Department of Health Services Research & Administration
University of Nebraska Medical Center
College of Public Health

Professional Summary

  • 2011–Present  Assistant Professor, Department of Health Services Research & Administration, UNMC
  • 2006–11  Research and Teaching Assistant, Health Policy and Administration, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 2006  Visiting Scholar, Daegu Hanni University, South Korea
  • 2004–06  Research Assistant, Health Industry Research Institute, South Korea

Education

  • PhD, Health Policy and Administration (with an emphasis on management and organizational studies), The Pennsylvania State University, 2011
  • MBA, Health Services Management, KyungHee University, 2006
  • BHSM, Health Services Management, KyungHee University, 2004

Research Interests

Dr. Jungyoon Kim’s research interests are organizational changes and workforce issues in long-term care settings. Specifically, Dr. Kim is interested how organizational structural setting influences employee job outcomes, such as job satisfaction and employee turnover intent, and organizational change outcomes, such as readiness to or commitment for change, in long-term care. Another line of her research area is how innovation is diffused or implemented throughout the health care systems and organizations.

Selected Presentations & Publications

  • Kim, J., Wehbi, N., DelliFraine, J. Brannon, D. (2013). The Joint Relationship between Organizational Design Factors and HR Practice Factors on Direct Care Workers' Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intent. Health Care Management Review (Ahead-of-Print).
  • McCaughey,D., McGhan, G., Kim, J., Brannon, D., Leroy, H., & Jablonski,R. (2012). Workforce implications of injury among home health workers: Evidence from the National Home Health Aide Survey. The Gerontologist, 52(4), 493-505.
  • Kim, J. (2011). Organizational structure and change processes in long-term care: A configurational approach. Presented at the 71st annual meeting of the Academy of Management, San-Antonio, TX. Nominated as Health Care Management Division Best Paper Based on a Dissertation Award (paper presentation).
  • Kim, J. (2011). Organizational structure and change processes in long-term care: A configurational approach. Presented at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San-Antonio, Texas. Nominated for the “Health Care Management Division Best Paper Based on a Dissertation” Award (paper presentation).
  • Kim, J., DelliFraine, J., Dansky, K., & McCleary, K. (2010). Physician’s acceptance of telemedicine technology: An empirical test of competing theories. International Journal of Information Systems and Change Management, 4(3), 210-225.
  • Kim, J. McCaughey, D., Brannon, D., & McGhan, G. (2010). What makes them leave? The relationship between worker training, injury, and turnover intent of direct care workers in nursing home. The 27th AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, Boston, MA. (Poster presentation).
  • Kim, J., DelliFraine, J., Dansky, K., & McCleary, K. (2010). Physician’s acceptance of telemedicine technology: An empirical test of competing theories. International Journal of Information Systems and Change Management, 4(3), 210-225.
  • Kim, J. McCaughey, D., Brannon, D., & McGhan, G. (2010). What makes them leave? The relationship between worker training, injury, and turnover intent of direct care workers in nursing homes. The 27th AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts. (Poster presentation).

Professional Affiliations

  • AcademyHealth
  • Academy of Management

Contact Jungyoon Kim
Jungyoon Kim

984350 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-4350
Phone: 402-552-7235
Fax: 402-559-9695
E-mail: jungyoon.kim@unmc.edu

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