Ohio Dominican University has named Daniel Tippett director of its Master of Science in Healthcare Administration (MSHA) program. As director, Tippett is responsible for ensuring master’s-level healthcare administration courses reflect current industry trends, and students are provided a high-quality education on campus.
Tippett brings more than two decades of experience in the healthcare industry to Ohio Dominican. He previously served in numerous roles over a 22-year period at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, including as administrative director of Total Rewards, director of Medical Center Organizational Effectiveness, and director of Corporate Classification and Compensation.
He earned an associate degree in Business Management from Columbus State Community College; a bachelor’s degrees in Human Resources Management and Business Management from Franklin University; and a master’s degree in Health Administration from The Ohio State University.
“I am thrilled that Dan has agreed to lead our Healthcare Administration master’s program,” said ODU dean of Graduate Studies, Jim Strode, Ph.D. “His vast experience and tremendous knowledge of the healthcare industry, particularly with regard to current and anticipated trends, will serve our students well as they prepare to begin and advance in roles within healthcare organizations in the Central Ohio region and beyond.”
ODU offers a master’s degree and graduate certificate in Healthcare Administration in an on-campus format. The program’s advisory board consists of senior-level healthcare professionals, ODU faculty and administration.