David B. Tataw, Ph.D., MMIS, MPA, FACHE

Title: Chair and Associate Professor, Graduate Program in Health Care Management
Office Building: Henderson Hall
Floor: 2
Room: 217
Phone: 973-290-4271
Email: dtataw@cse.edu

Biographical Summary Statement 

Educational Background:

  • Ph. D, MPA University of Southern California, Los Angeles
  • MA California State University, Los Angeles
  • MMIS West Coast University, Los Angeles
  • BA, Yaounde University, Cameroon

Research Interests:

  • Health Management
  • Health Policy
  • Community Health Promotion

Selected Publications:

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

  • Tataw, D. B. (In Press). Municipal Health Policy Making Through Operative Actions. A Case Study of Provider Capacity Reduction in a Public Safety-Net System. Social Work in Public Health.  Accepted August, 2011
  • Ekundayo, E., Tataw, D. B. (In Press) . Barriers to Prostrate Cancer Prevention and Community Recommended Health Education Strategies in an Urban African American Community in Jackson Mississippi.  Social   Work   in Public  Health .  (Accepted June 2012).
  • Tataw, D. B. , Ekundayo, E. (2012). Horizontal Participatory Planning in Prostate Cancer Prevention. An   Analysis  of The Mississippi Prostate Cancer Project.   Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment,22(6  ) ,733-754.
  • Tataw D.B. (2012). Toward a Horizontal Participatory Implementation Approach for Community Health Programs Serving Vulnerable Populations. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 22(4), 421-425.
  • Tataw, D.B.,  Ekundayo,  E. (2012) Prostate Cancer Risk Factors, Care Utilization and Policy Options. Focus Group Findings from an Engagement with an African American Urban Community.  American  Journal of Health Studies, 27(1), 32-48
  • Tataw, D.B. (2012). Toward Human Resource Management in Inter-professional Health Practice. Linking Organizational Culture, Group Identity and Individual Autonomy. International Journal of Health Planning and Management. Early view. wileyonlinelibrary.com) DOI: 10.1002/hpm.2098
  • Tataw, D. B., Bazargan-Hejazi, S, James, F.W. (2011). Actualizing a Provider Alliance to Expand Health Services Access to a Low Income Urban Community. Participatory Planning and Implementation in Community Health. Social Work in Public Health, 26(7) 651-671
  • Tataw, D. B. (2011). Provider Perceptions of the Social Work Environment and State of Pediatric Care in a Downsized Urban Academic Medical Center, Journal of Evidence Based Social Work, 8 (1), 275-293
  • Tataw, D. B. (2011). The Second Market Failure Phenomenon in Safety-Net Health Systems. The case of a Municipal Academic Medical Center from 1980 to 2000, Social Work in Public Health,26(3), 294-321.
  • Tataw, D.B. (2011).  A Two-Dimensional Equity Proposal for Self-Sufficiency in Municipal Safety-Net Hospitals, Social Work in Public Health, 26 (2), 212-229
  • Tataw, D. B. ( 2011).  Payer-Provider Role Conflict in Municipal Safety-Net Health Systems. Public Administration and Management,16 (1), 46-74
  • Tataw, D.B. (2011). Individual, Organizational, and Community Inter Professional Competencies for Education, Training, and Practice in Health and Social Care, Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 21(1), 1-24
  • Tataw D. B., Rosa  B. (2011).  Municipal Health Policy Development, Planning and Implementation: Addressing Youth Risk Factors through Participatory Governance.  Journal   of Health and  Human  Services Administration , 33(4), 489-531
  • Tataw D. B., Bazargan-Hejazi S, James FW. (2011). Health Services Utilization, Satisfaction, and Attachment to a Regular Source of Care among Participants in an Urban Health Provider Alliance. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 34(1), 1-33
  • Tataw, D. B. (2010). A Community’s Perceptions of Pediatric Services in a Downsized Urban Public Hospital. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment,  20 (6), 711-720
  • Tataw, D.B., Bazargan-Hejazi S., Patel, P. (2010). Voice and Trust as predictors of   Parental Satisfaction with child health care services in a Head Start Sample. American Journal of Health Studies, 25(3), 129-137
  • Tataw D. B., Bazargan-Hejazi, S. (2010). Impact of the Health Services Utilization Improvement Model on Self Efficacy and Satisfaction among a Head Start Population. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 33(2), 224-253
  • Tataw, D. B. (2010). The Health Services Utilization Improvement Model (HUIM)   As a Horizontal Participatory Implementation Program. American Journal of Health Studies, 25 (1), 60-71 
  • Tataw, D.B, James, F.W, Bazargan, S. H. (2009). The Preventive   Health Education and Medical Home Project (PHEMHP).  A  Predictive and Contextual Model for Low Income Families.  Social Work in Public Health, 24, (6), 490-510
  • Tataw, D. B. Bazargan, S.H., Johnson, S. K.,  Rahman, L. Bean, X. (2007). The Health Services Utilization and Improvement Model (HUIM) for Head Start Families. Rationale, Design, and Implementation. American Journal of Health Studies, 22  (3), 148-159 
  • PUBLICATIONS   IN PEER-REVIEWED PROCEEDINGS:
  • Bazargan-Hejazi, S., Patel, P., Tataw, D.B. (2006) Factors Associated with Satisfaction with Health Care Among a Head Start Sample. JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE • volume 54 supplement 1
  • Tataw, D.B. (2001).  Role Conflict and Organizational Performance in a Safety-Net Health System.  In M. L. Wollan (Ed.).  Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, Charleston, SC, 9, 148-153.
  • Tataw, D.B. (2001). The impact of Value Orientation and Decision Making on Provider Obligations to the Pediatric Patient in a Public Corporate Health System.  In H.P. Steeves (Ed.) Proceedings of the Annual Internationa l Conference on Promoting Business Ethics, Chicago, Illinois, 8, 125.
  • PEER  REVIEWED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS and PAPERS
  • Tataw, D.B. , Stokes, E. (2012). Preparing Human Resource Professionals and Healthcare Managers to Lead Inter-professional Healthcare Practice.  Competencies and Options for Integration into a Health Management Educational Program., 2012 AUPHA Annual Meeting Minneapolis, Minnesota, from May 31 - June 3
  • Tataw, D. B., Sanders, B. A., Bazargan-Hejazi, S., James F.W. (2012).  Parental Perceptions of Youth Risk Factors Five Years After a Municipal Youth and Family Master Plan. 2010 Focus Group Findings. Midwestern Political Science Annual Conference. Chicago Illinois. March 31 to April 2, 2012.
  • Tataw, D.B.(2012). Using Permanent Teams in an undergraduate Public Affairs Course. Implementation and Evaluation.  2012 Edward C. Moore Symposium.  IUPUI, Indianapolis, Indiana. March 2012.
  • Tataw, D. B., Bazargan-Hejazi, S., James, F. W. (2011). Community Organization Five Years  After The  Pomona  Youth and Master Plan. Midwestern   Political Science Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois. March 30 to April 2, 2011.
  • Bazargan-Hejazi S., Pan D., Tataw, D. , Ahmadi A. (2010). Demographic profile of self-inflicted injury among Children and Adolescents in California: 1991-1999. International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention. Bristol, UK. September 10, 2010.
  • Tataw, D. B. (April, 2010). Municipal Health Policy Development, Planning and Implementation: Addressing Youth Risk Factors through Participatory Governance. Western Political Science Association. San Francisco, April, 2010
  • Tataw, D. B., Stokes, E. (2009). A Participatory Implementation Model for Collaborative Community Health Programs. 4th International Conference on Social Science Research Gaylord Opryland Resort, Nashville, TN
  • Tataw, D, Bazargan S, Kima-Johnson, S. (2006). The Health Utilization Improvement Model (HUIM). Overcoming Service Barriers through Partnership and Collaboration. Presented at The Head Start 8th National Research Conference. Washington DC, June 26-28, 2006.
  • Tataw, D, Bazargan S, Kima-Johnson, S. (2006), Beyond The Insurance Model. Health Care Access Solutions for Low Income Families. Presented at the Western Political Science Association Conference in Aburquque, New Mexico March 2006.
  • Tataw, David (2005). Two-Dimensional Equity Model for Self Sufficiency in Safety-Net Hospitals. Presented at The International Conference on Social Science Research, Orlando, Florida, and December 4-6, 2005.
  • Tataw, D (2002). Health Policy and Disparities in Child Health Financing.  Presented at the National Medical Association Annual Convention. Honolulu. August 3-8, 2002
  • Tataw, D. (2002) Did Policy Induce Market Failure? An Analysis of a Second Market Failure Phenomenon in a Public Safety-Net System. Presented at the Western Political Science Association Conference in Long Beach California. March 2002.
  • Tataw, D (2001) Curriculum Development and Implementation for the Learner in Unconventional Educational Settings.  Presented at the Western Organization and Management Teaching Conference in Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. February 23, 2001.
  • Tataw, David (2001).  Role Conflict and Organizational Performance in a Public Safety-Net Hospital.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management. Charleston, S. Carolina, November 7-10, 2001.
  • Tataw, David (2001). The impact of value conflict on health services to underserved children at King/Drew Medical Center Los Angeles. Paper presented at the Eighth Annual Conference on Promoting Business Ethics. Chicago, October 24-26, 2001.