Frederick R. Kates III, PhD, MBA, serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor for Health Services Research, Management and Policy Department in the College of Public Health and Health. Dr. Kates has various research interests related to health policy, most recently outcome-based evaluation of service quality in Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and the impact of the Medicaid expansion. His other research interests include public health issues related to tobacco control and educational technology aimed at improving the delivery of online instruction. Dr. Kates has won the SCPHA’s J. Michael Suber Media Excellence Award for sharing best pedagogical practices and online course development strategies and the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute Educator Award, before being accepted to the UF Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellows. Dr. Kates uses the CUR database to find undergraduate research.
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