With more than 10 years of experience in healthcare, Dr. Martin joins SJU from the telecommunications and healthcare IT industries. He has lived and worked overseas in Australia, traveling extensively in Asia Pacific for business. Dr. Martin began his journey in healthcare working at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He has served as project lead for numerous IT implementations and mobile app developments and is a former director with Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology (IT).
Dr. Martin is the author of articles, book chapters, and thought leadership pieces on the role of Connected Health technologies and the use of Cost Benefit Analysis in healthcare. He completed his dissertation titled Applications of Contingent Valuation and Conjoint Analysis in mHealth: Understanding the Willingness to Pay for Healthcare Smartphone Applications at the University of Delaware. He also holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the same institution. Dr. Martin’s research interests include the application of cost benefit analysis, comparative effectiveness, and other economic valuations within the healthcare setting, specifically telehealth, remote patient monitoring, and connected health/mHealth. He has held academic appointments with Temple University and Georgetown University.
Ph.D. University of Delaware, Public Policy (Advisor: Paul Solano, Ph.D.) Dissertation Title: Applications of Contingent and Conjoint Analysis in mHealth: Understanding the Willingness to Pay for Healthcare Smartphone Applications
M.B.A. University of Delaware Specialization in Health Administration and Policy
B.S. Cleveland State University, Biology
A.S. Community College of Allegheny County, Nuclear Medicine
Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2014-2016
Director - Mobile and Telehealth
Sprint, Reston, Virginia 2013-2014
Business Development Manager for Mobile and Digital Health
Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2011-2013
Manager mHIMSS- Mobile initiative focused on the use of technology in Healthcare
University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 2008 - 2011
Graduate Student School of Public Policy and Administration
Graduate Assistant Office of Economic and Intellectual Property Internship
Martin, T.R., Gasoyan, H., & Wierz, D.J. (2020). Error by Omission: A Lack of Integration Across Implementation and Use in Structuring Health Information Technology Contracts. Health Informatics Journal. doi:10.1177/1460458219898095
Martin, T. R. (2018). The impact of net neutrality on digital health. mHealth 2018;4:36. doi:10.21037/mhealth.2018.08.03
Martin, T. R. (2012). Assessing mHealth: Opportunities and barriers to patient engagement. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Volume 23 (Issue 3): 935-941.
Books, Chapters Authored and Reviewed
Chapter Author – T. Martin. “Shaping the Continuum of Care Through Public Policy and Data.” Ethics and Digital Privacy in Learning Health Systems for Palliative Medicine, by V. Miori, Emerald Publishing, 2023.
Reviewer – J. Abbas; H. Arafat. Smartphone Instrumentations for Public Health Safety. Springer, September 9th, 2019.
Chapter Author – T. Martin. “Telemedicine.” Health Informatics: Practical Guide for Healthcare and Information Technology Professionals by R. Hoyt, A. Yoshihashi, published by Informatics Education, Chapter 18:416-439. 2017
Chapter Author - T. Martin. “Chronic Care Management: Policy Meets Practices.” Health-e Everything: Wearables and the Internet of Things by R. Krohn, D. Metcalf, P. Sabler, published by DM2 Research and Design, Inc. 2016
Chapter Author - T. Martin. “Economic Approaches to Assessing Benefits of mHealth Technology: A Guide for Decision and Policy Makers.” Mobile Health (mHealth): Multidisciplinary Verticals by - S. Adibi, published by Taylor & Francis, Chapter 32:591-608. 2014
Chapter Author - T. Martin. “Approaches to Policy: Organizational and Regulatory Perspectives in Mobile Health.” mHealth Innovation by R. Krohn, D. Metcalf, published by HIMSS Media, Chapter 24:215-223. 2014