Professor, Director of the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy
Specializations: Health Service Administration; Health Care Finance; Performance Management
Phone: (850) 645-8210
Keon-Hyung Lee, Ph.D., M.P.H., is Professor of public administration and public health in the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at FSU. Dr. Lee is also the director of the Askew School. Before coming to FSU, he was a faculty member at Western Michigan University and University of Central Florida where he taught health care finance, health policy analysis, managed care, health economics, quantitative analysis, and scientific inquiry. He also worked for three years as a resident consultant at RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, California.
Ph.D., University of Southern California, Public Administration
Lee, K-H., Lim, S., & Park, J. (in press). Expelled Uninsured Patients in a Less-Competitive Hospital Market. International Journal for Equity in Health.
Park, J., Lee, K-H., & Kim, P. (in press). Participative Management and Perceived Organizational Performance: The Moderating Effects of Innovative Organizational Culture. Public Performance and Management Review.
Park, S., Park, J., & Lee, K-H. (in press). Urban Politics, Collaborative Governance and Public Health. Journal of the Korean Association for Governance.
Lee, K-H., Park, J., Lim, S., & Park, S. (2015). Has Competition Increased Hospital Technical Efficiency? The Health Care Manager. 34(2), 106-112.
Park, J., & Lee, K-H. (2014). The Association between Managed Care Enrollments and Potentially Preventable Hospitalization among Adult Medicaid Recipients in Florida. BMC Health Services Research, 14(247), 1-12.
Park, S., Lee, K-H., & Lee, S. (2014). Public Health and Local Comprehensive Plan: Socio-Physical, Political and Multi-Sectoral Context. Lex Localis, 14(1), 105-125.
Lim, S., Lee, K-H., Suh, H., & Bae, K. (2014). To Whom Do Bureaucrats Need to Respond? Two Faces of Civil Society. Social Science and Medicine. 123, 269-277.
Lee, K-H., Park, S., Park, J., & Lim, S. (2013). Medicaid Inpatients Cost and Nested Structural Analysis: Using a Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) Approach. Health Services Outcome and Research Methodology, 13, 157-173.
Kim, C., Lee, S., Kang, J., Park, B., Park, S., Park, H., Lee, K-H., Yi, Y., & Jeong, B. (2013). Application of Revised Nursing Work Index in South Korean Hospital Nurses. Asian Nursing Research, 7(3), 128-135.
Park, J., Lee, K-H., & Park, S. (2013). Factors Affecting State's SCHIP Spending and Coverage: The Role of Partisan Politics and Fiscal Determinants. International Review of Public Administration, 18(2), 211-233.
Awards and Achievement
Yeo, Y-H., Lee, K-H., Bae, H-H. (Nov 2015–Oct 2017). A Comparative Research on Publicness in Health Care, Hospital Efficiency and Its Advocacy Coalition - Focusing on Major OECD Countries. Funded by Korea Research Foundation. Total award $180,000.
Park, J., Jang, H., & Lee, K-H. (Apr 2015-Oct 2015). A Comprehensive Assessment on Executive Agencies in Korea, the U.S., Canada, the U.K., and New Zealand. Funded by Korea Institute of Public Administration. Total Award $30,000.
Yeo, Y-H., & Lee, K-H. (Nov 2013–Apr 2014). A Comparative Analysis of Managing Quasi-Public Organizations: Focusing on the Local Public Hospitals of South Korea and the United States. Funded by Korea Research Foundation. Total award $13,700.
Kim, C-H., & Lee, K-H. (Sep 2013–Oct 2014). What Makes the Change of Public Health Expenditure? A Comparative Study between Korea and U.S. Funded by Korea Research Foundation. Total award $25,500.
Mastaglio, T. (Apr 2013–Nov 2013). Analysis of Modeling & Simulation in Virginia. Funded by Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Total award $255,196.
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