Ruiling Guo, DHA, MPH, MLIS, AHIP

       Associate Professor of Healthcare Administration

       Health Care Administration Program
       
College of Business
       Idaho State University 
       921 South 8th Avenue
       Pocatello, ID 83209-8020

       Office: BA 530
       Phone: (208) 282-2927       

        


       Dr. Ruiling Guo is an Associate Professor with Health Care Administration Program at Idaho State University.
       She has been working and teaching in academia and health care systems for over 36 years. Her research
       interests focus on evidence-based medicine/practice, evidence-based management in healthcare decision-
       making, healthcare policy, population health, managerial epidemiology, and healthcare information systems. 

       Dr. Guo is a fellow of Center for Evidence-based Management, a distinguished member of the Academy of 
       Health Information Professionals (AHIP), a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the  
       Association of University Programs in Health Administration, the American Public Health Association, the 
       American Health Information Management Association, and the Health Information and Management Systems 
       Society. She also serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Hospital and Healthcare Administration, and 
       review panel on the Journal of Health Administration Education.  

       Ruiling (Raylene) received her doctorate in Health Administration (DHA) from Central Michigan University,
       Master of Public Health (MPH) from Idaho State University, Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS)
       from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Peking University, Beijing, China.
       Ruiling loves reading, traveling, physical exercises, learning new things, and meeting with new and old friends.
       
       Teaching Areas

       U.S. Health System, Business of Healthcare, Health Care Policy, Health Information System, Healthcare 
       Informatics, Managerial Epidemiology, Population Health, Health Services Management, and Administration
       and Management of Healthcare Organizations       
                                                                                                              
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