faculty-profile

Dr. Allen Ginsberg

ADJUNCT FACULTY
Phone: 201.941.0206
Fax: 201.568.6709
Email: aginsber@stevens.edu
School:  School of Business
Department:  Master of Technology Management
Education
  • Ph.D  Stanford University (Industrial Eng./O.R.)
  • M.I.E.  Cornell University (Industrial Eng.)
  • B.M.E. Cornell University (Mechanical Eng.)

 

Following is a link to the Financial Analysis tutorial for students taking EMTM 624: http://personal.stevens.edu/~aginsber/Accounting_Tutorials.htm

 

Research
  • Quantitative Design Making
  • Health Care System
General Information

 

Experience

1995 - present: President, AGA, Inc.
1988 - 1994: VP, Research Operations and Planning, Sandoz Pharmaceutical Company (now Novartis)
1981 - 1988: Director of Management Systems and Audit at the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York

Professional Service
  • Numerous publications in varied journals
  • RAND publications
  • Book - Community based Ambulatory Care - Editor
Selected Publications
Journals
  1. Ginsberg, Allen S. (1980). "Commentary on Patient Behavior, the Provision of Medical Care and Medical Social Policy", Man and Medicine by David Mechanic, 5 (1), 23-26.
  2. Fries, Brant E. and Ginsberg, Allen S. (Sep 1979). "The Effects of Delay Rules in Controlling Unscheduled Visits to Hospitals", Med. Care, XVII (9), 967-972.
  3. Cohen, Susan D., Ginsberg, Allen S., and Vladeck, Bruce C. (Dec 1978). "The Effects of Unemployment and Inflation on Hospital-Based Ambulatory Care", AJPH, 68 (12), 1219-1220.
  4. Bryant, John H., Ginsberg, Allen S., Goldsmith, Seth B., Olendzki, Margaret C., and Piore, Nora. (1976). "Community Hospitals and Primary Care", Cambridge, MA, Ballinger.
Conference Proceedings
  1. Ginsberg, Allen S. (May 1985). "A Census Management System in the Presbyterian Hospital of New York", American Hospital Association Health Systems Management Society, Orlando, FL . Proceedings of the Conference on Successful Admitting Systems.
Courses
  • MGT 657 Operations Management
  • EMT 624 Financial Analysis for Technical Organizations
  • EMT 798 Integration and Application of Technology Management