Steve Ullman, P.h.D.
Dr. Steven G. Ullmann holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics with Distinction from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Master’s and a PhD degree in Economics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He has received training and certification in Bioethics and Advanced Bioethics from the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University. Dr. Ullmann is the author of over 40 monographs, books, book chapters, refereed journal articles, commentaries and invited articles and abstracts. With recent issues in healthcare, his expertise has been sought after for interviews, commentaries and panel discussions by local, national and global news outlets and conferences. News outlets include CBS, Fox Business News, CNN and PBS Nightly Business Reports.
Dr. Ullmann is the Chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy, as well as the Director of the Center for Health Management and Policy at the University of Miami. He is a Professor in the Department of Health Management and Policy, and holds secondary appointments in the Department of Economics in the Miami Hebert Business School, and in the Departments of Public Health Sciences and Family Medicine & Community Health in the Miller School of Medicine, specializing in the areas of health care management, health care economics, health care policy and ethics. Dr. Ullmann has served as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and University Administration and held the position of Dean of the Graduate School.
Dr. Ullmann has been the recipient of over twenty-five awards for excellence in teaching since coming to the University of Miami. In 2011, Dr. Ullmann was honored for his outstanding educational achievements, receiving the 2011 University of Miami Faculty Senate Outstanding Teaching Award. Most recently, Dr. Ullmann received the James W. McLamore Outstanding Service Award for his deep commitment to serving the broader community and promoting a culture of excellence, collaboration and respect. Dr. Ullmann has worked globally in the areas of privatization and implementation of health care management structures in Asia, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America.