David P Paul III, PhD

Associate Professor

Coordinator, Graduate Concentration in Health Care Management

PhD, Old Dominion University

MBA, Old Dominion University

MA, Old Dominion University

Office: Bey Hall, Room 148

Phone: 732-263-5336

Email: dpaul@monmouth.edu

CV URL: DavidPaul III's CV

Fall 2014 Office Hours:
By appointment

Regularly Taught Courses:

Principles of Marketing BK 250

Health care Management and Marketing BK 420

About:

For a business academic, Dr. Paul has a somewhat eclectic background. After receiving his B.Sc. in Chemistry and Mathematics from Hampden-Sydney College and his D.D.S. from the Medical College of Virginia, he practiced general dentistry for more than 20 years. During this time, he served 8 years on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Academy of General Dentistry, and 12 years as Assistant Director/Director of a hospital-based Dental General Practice Residency. While practicing dentistry full time, he attended Old Dominion University, where he received his M.B.A. in Marketing. While practicing dentistry part-time he earned an M.A. in Economics and a Ph.D. in Marketing from Old Dominion, while simultaneously serving as president of his local dental society.

Dr. Paul holds numerous honorary and/or earned fellowships in state, national, and international health and academic organizations. These organizations include the Academy of General Dentistry, the Pierre Fauchard Academy, the Royal Society of Health (England), the Virginia Dental Association, the International College of Dentists, the American College of Dentists, and the Academy of Marketing Science.

He served 6 years as chair of the Department of Management and Marketing at Monmouth University, and coordinator of the Graduate Program in Health Care Management at Monmouth University. He teaches graduate courses in health care marketing, health care management, and health care economics, and undergraduate courses in principles of marketing, marketing research, marketing and management of service organizations, marketing strategy, and healthcare management and marketing. At Monmouth, he served 6 years as chapter president of Beta Gamma Sigma, the honor society for students enrolled in AACSB-approved Colleges of Business Administration. Dr. Paul is the only faculty member in the School of Business Administration to have won all three Beta Gamma Sigma Awards: Service (2001), Research (2002), and Teaching (2004).

Dr. Paul's current research interests center on the interface of healthcare and business. In a thirteen-year academic career, he has published more than 90 refereed articles in such journals as the Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, the American Journal of Business Education, the Journal of Hospital Marketing, the International Journal of Medical Marketing, Hospital Topics, Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs, the Journal of the American Dental Association, the Marketing Management Journal, the Journal of Consumer Marketing, the Journal of Non-Profit and Public Sector Marketing, and Health Marketing Quarterly, as well as in numerous regional, national, and international conference proceedings. Four additional journal articles and seven additional Conference Proceedings are currently forthcoming. He has received 9 Best Paper in Track and 2 Best Paper in Conference Awards at conferences, and a Highly Commended Paper Award for the second best paper published in International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Health Care Marketing in 2009. He also received 4 Bright Ideas Awards in a statewide competition of manuscripts which deans of all business schools in New Jersey evaluated as having the greatest impact for business practitioners or on advancing knowledge in the discipline. As a result of these Bright Ideas Awards, he received a 3-Peat Award in 2004 and was recognized for winning the most such awards in New Jersey between 2001 and 2011. In addition to publishing, he served for 8 years as co-editor of Health Marketing Quarterly (subsequent to publishing in this journal).

Selected Works:

Scholarly Articles:

Paul, David P., III (forthcoming, 2013), "An Innovation in Healthcare Delivery: Hospital at Home," accepted for publications in the Journal of Management Policy and Practice, 14 (6).

Skiba, Michaeline and David P. Paul, III (forthcoming, 2013), “Has Gender Equity Improved? An Examination of the Challenges Faced by Professional Women in Law and Healthcare,” accepted for publication in the International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 4 (3).

Paul, David P., III (2013), "The Impact of New Jersey Physicians' Perceptions of Medical Malpractice Insurance on Access to and Delivery of Medical Care in the State: Results of a Statewide Survey," Journal of Management Policy and Practice, 14 (2), 37-48.

Coustasse, Alberto and David P. Paul, III (2013), “Adoption of the ICD-10 Standard in the United States: The Time Is Now,” The Health Care Manager, 32 (3), 260-267.

Zhao, Ronald and David P. Paul, III (2012), "Performance Evaluation of Hospitals' Emergency Departments Using a Modified American Productivity and Quality Center Approach," International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 3 (4), 34-47.

Ball, Daniel, Joseph B. Mosca and David P. Paul, III (2012), “Evaluating the Effectiveness of Audio in Hybrid Courses,” American Journal of Business Education, 6 (1), 73-84.

Paul, David P., III, David R. Babitsky and Ashish Chandra (2012), “The U.S.-OECD Healthcare Spending Chasm: Better Understanding of Some of the Reasons for the Gap and Some Suggestions as to How It Might Be narrowed,” The Health Care Manager, 31 (4), 342-350.

Holstein, Russell and Paul, David P., III (2012), “’Phantom Networks’ of Managed Behavioral Health Providers: An Empirical Study of their Existence and Effect on Patients in Two New Jersey Counties,” Hospital Topics, 90 (3), 65-73.

Paul, David P., III and Michaeline Skiba (2012), "A Qualitative Overview of the Health Insurance Market for Pets," Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, 6 (1), 88-95.

Frank, Elliot, David P. Paul, III and Roy Nersesian (2011), “Hospitalists, Part 1: Impact of a Pilot Hospitalist Program at an Academic Medical Center,” Hospital Topics, 89 (4), 75-81.

Frank, Elliot, David P. Paul, III and Roy Nersesian (2011), “Hospitalists, Part 2: Guidelines and Suggestions for the Expansion of a Pilot Hospitalist Program at an Academic Medical Center,” Hospital Topics, 89 (4), 82-91.

Additional Information:

Refereed Conference Proceedings

(all double-blind, peer reviewed)
* Paper personally presented at conference

David P. Paul, III (2013), "Hospitals at Home: Impact of Technology," Advances in Marketing (Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators), Malini Natarajarathinam, Proceedings Editor, 125-137.

David P. Paul, III, Joey Preast, Zach Garrett and Alberto Coustasse (2013), “Importance of New Technologies for Diabetes Management,” Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Zach Frank, Editor, 229-240. Best Paper in the Changes in the Health Informatics and Technology Track

Paul, David P., III (2013), "Technology: Driving Dentistry for the 21st Century," Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Zach Frank, Editor, 219-228.

Paul, David P., III (2013), “Hospitals at Home: What Are They and How Well Do They Work?” Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Zach Frank, Editor, 144-151. Best Paper in the Changes in the Healthcare Settings Track

Johns, Holly, Cara Havens, Danielle Robinson, Bala S. Pothakamuri, David P. Paul, III and Alberto Coustasse (2013), "ICD-10 in the United States: Better Late than Never," Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Zach Frank, Editor, 134-143. Best Paper in the Finance Issues in Healthcare Track

Yaeger, Scott, David P. Paul, III and Michaeline Skiba (2013), “The Diabetes Pandemic: The Promise of Combining Multiple Treatment and Prevention Modalities,” Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Zach Frank, Editor, 75-80.

Hyson, Robin and David P. Paul, III (2013), “An Examination of Risk Factors for Obese Adults: Prevention as Policy,” Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Zach Frank, Editor, 65-74.

Paul, David P., III (2012), "Financial Evidence from the Physician Group Practice (PGP) Demonstration Project: Was It Sufficient to Justify the Continuing March to Accountable Care Organizations?" Northeast Business and Economics Association 2012 Conference Proceedings, Stuart Rosenberg, Proceedings Editor, 269-272.

Paul, David P., III and Ashish Chandra (2012), “What Do Health Care Administration Faculty Think about their IRBs? An Empirical Investigation,” Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators, Malini Natarajarathinam and Vivek S. Natarajan, Co-Editors, 56.

David P. Paul, III (2012), “Perceptions of New Jersey Physicians Regarding Medical Malpractice Insurance and the Impact of these Perceptions on Access to and Delivery of Medical Care in the State,” Proceedings of the 2012 Business and Health Administration Association, Scott J. Saccomano, Proceedings Editor, 290-298. Best Paper in the Health Care Marketing Track

Skiba, Michaeline and David P. Paul, III (2012), “Has Gender Equity Improved? An Examination of the Challenges Faced by Professional Women in Leadership,” Proceedings of the 2012 Business and Health Administration Association, Scott J. Saccomano, Proceedings Editor, 71-77. Best Paper in the Human Resources Management in Health Care Track

Paul, David P., III and Michaeline Skiba (2011), “There’s a Growing Market for Health Insurance, but It’s NOT the Market You Think: Health Insurance for Pets,” Proceedings of the 2011 Business and Health Administration Association, Avinandan Mukherjee, Editor, 115-120. Best Paper in the Health Care Marketing Track

Ronald Zhao and David P. Paul, III (2011), “The American Productivity and Quality Center Approach Revisited: An Application to Hospital Performance Evaluation,” Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Avinandan Mukherjee, Editor, 85-94. Best Paper in the Accounting and Financial Issues Track

Skiba, Michaeline and David P. Paul, III (2009), “‘Time in a Bottle’: Healthcare Challenges for the Aging Workforce,” Business and Health Administration Association Proceedings.