Specialization: Human Resources, Labor Relations, Healthcare Safety Net, Organizational Design & Transformation, and Nurse Staffing
Frank Borgers is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Master of Healthcare Administration program in Health Policy and Administration. He holds a BA in Human Geography from the University of Reading, UK, an MA degree in Political-Economic Geography from The Ohio State University, Certification from the Institute for International Labor Studies in Bologna, Italy, and a PhD in Employment and Labor Relations from Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University.
Frank Borgers has over twenty years of academic and applied experience in international and US employment and labor relations, with almost a decade of applied experience in healthcare labor relations. Professor Borgers currently teaches Healthcare HR Management and is the Faculty Administrator for the Special Topics in Healthcare Management and Administration seminar series. His research interests include the work-place and organizational challenges surrounding reform of the healthcare safety-net in the post Affordable Care Act era, outcome and policy research around competing nurse staffing models, and the organizational dynamics of healthcare delivery redesign. Professor Borgers currently teaches Healthcare HR Management and is the Faculty Administrator for the Special Topics in Healthcare Management and Administration seminar series.