Professor & Associate Dean
School Of Public Health
Tiffany Radcliff’s research expertise is in health economics and health services research, including secondary data analysis and use of novel methodology to improve measurement of care processes, access and outcomes for vulnerable populations such as older adults, veterans and rural residents. Radcliff is a professor in the Department of Health Policy & Management at the Texas A&M University School of Public Health. Radcliff also serves as the associate dean for research. Radcliff is an affiliated investigator for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Emergency Management and Evaluation Center and the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System and VA Eastern Colorado Healthcare System. Radcliff’s research appears in top medical and public health journals and her publications have been cited more than 2,100 times. She is on a variety of committees, boards, and advisory groups, including the Texas A&M Emergency Management Advisory Group and Scientific Merit Review Board for the VA’s Health Services Research & Development Service.
Areas of Expertise
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