Terrence Cahill, Ed.D., FACHE
Department Chair and Associate Professor
Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration
Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus
I have been on the faculty of Seton Hall University since 2006, teaching leadership and research courses to students in the Department of Graduate Programs in Health Sciences. I was appointed Chair in May 2011.
My academic career follows an executive career in which I served in a variety of leadership roles in the health care and insurance industries, including CEO and COO of a N.J. community hospital, Senior VP for a regional managed care organization, and, Regional VP for a national health care insurer. I am a Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE).
My research interests include health care leadership, particularly issues related to the top management team, organizational sense making, the development of strategic thinking capability, and I am also interested in how generational differences are affecting organizational performance in health care organizations.
- EdD, The George Washington University
- MPA, Rutgers University
- MSW, Wilfrid Laurier University
- "The millennial muddle; How to teach and reach the millennial generation"
The George Washington University, Master Teaching Program, August 2011
- "Addressing generational Issues in healthcare organizations"
ACHE Congress, Chicago, August 2011
- "Age related conflicts; The generational divide"
Health Progress, 29- 35, July 2011
- "Does the mind map learning strategy facilitate information retrieval and critical thinking in medical students?"
BMC Medical Education, 10(61), 1- 10, September 2010
- "The millennials are here; What has your organization done to address the generational tensions?"
ACHE Congress, Chicago, September 2010
- "Surviving generational differences"
Georgia Hospital Association, Atlanta, August 2010
- "Experiences that Develop the Ability to Think Strategically"
Journal of Healthcare Management, 2009 Nov-Dec, V 54(6):403-16; discussion 416-7.
- Activities that develop strategic thinking capabilities
Journal of Healthcare Management, V 54, 6, September 2009
- Generational jeopardy
Garden State Focus, NJ Chapter Healthcare Financial Management Association, V 56,3, August 2009