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Andrea Weatherby White

Andrea Weatherby White, PhD
Master in Health Administration Program
151-B Rutledge Avenue MSC 962
Charleston, SC 29425

Phone: (843) 792-3496
Fax: (843) 792-3327


  • PhD, Higher Education Administration, University of South Carolina
  • Master in Health Services Administration, Medical University of South Carolina

Areas of Teaching

  • Quality Management and Improvement
  • Human Resources Management
  • Introduction to Healthcare Delivery Systems
  • Language of Medicine

Research Interests

  • Physician Training
  • Continuous Quality Improvement
  • Implementation and Acceptance of Electronic Medical Records
  • Health Professions Education


  • White, A. and Zoller, J. (submitted) The value of the doctorate in health administration and leadership.  Journal of Health Administration Education.
  • Wager, KA; Lee, FW; Ward, DM; White, AW, David, K., Clancy, K. (2005). Physicians, Patients and EHRs: When It Comes to a Consultation, is Three a Crowd? Journal of the American Health Information Management Association, 76 (4). pp. 38-41.
  • Lee, FW, Wager, KA, White, AW, Ward, DM. (2004).  Research lessons: Designing a study for a clinical setting.  Journal of the American Health Information Management Association. 75(4),  pp. 36-45.
  • Blue AV, Chessman AW, Geesey ME, Gilbert GE, Garr DR, Kern DH, White AW, West VT.    (2004)  Medical students' perceptions of rural practice following a rural clerkship.  Family Medicine 36: pp. 89-93.
  • Forti, E. & White, A. (2002).  A rural service-learning model for health administration education.  Journal of Health Administration Education, 19(4).  pp. 403-415.  Peer-Reviewed


  • White, A – PI.  Health Administration Traineeships, HRSA Bureau of Health Professions Grant #2 A19 HP 10187-04 0.  Amount of Award – $112,500. 2003-2006.

  • Chessman, A. (Principal Investigator).  Predoctoral Training in Primary Care, Family Medicine. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration.  White, A. (Clerkship faculty),  5% salary.    2004-2007.   

  • Bradford, W.D – PI.  Out of Home Placement Evaluation Project, South Carolina Medicaid Program, Department of Health and Human Services. White, A. -- Co-investigator. 10% salary.

  • Wager, K. -- P.I. The Impact of Direct Entry into the EMR on the Physician-Patient Relationship. Foundation of Research and Education of the American Health Information Management Administration Grant.  Amount of Award -- $38,983.  2001-2002.  White, A. --5% coordination of project.

  • Forti, E. – P.I.  Health Administration Traineeships and Special Projects. HRSA Bureau of Health Professions Grant # IA19HP10187-01.  Amount of award – $120,000.  2000 – 2003.  White, A – 10% contracting for coordinating project.


  • 1995 College of Health Professions Teacher of the Year
  • 2000 College of Health Professions Excellence in Service
  • 2005 American College of Healthcare Executives’ (ACHE) Regent’s Award

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