Kolby T. Redd
What classes do you teach at Anderson?
HCM 115 - Introduction to Healthcare Management
HCM 110 - The US Healthcare System
HCM 210 - Principles and Methods of Epidemiology
HCM 220 - Management for Healthcare Organizations
HCM 230 - Cultural Competencies for Health and Human Services Management
HCM 310 - Health Economics and Policy
HCM 311 - Healthcare Financial Management
HCM 315 - Managing Population Health
HCM 320 - Ethical and Legal Issues in US Health Care
HCM 330 - Hospital Management
HCM 335 - Physician Practice Management
HCM 340 - Research and Practice in Healthcare Management
HCM 405 - Healthcare Quality Management
HCM 440 - Health Information Management
HCM 490 - Senior Seminar in Healthcare Management
What year did you start teaching at AU?
Why teach at AU?
The organizational culture at AU is unlike any other university I have been a part of.
Traveling, outdoor activities, working out, and spending time with friends and family.
Notable achievements outside of discipline
Recipient – Chapter Service Award, American College of Healthcare Executives, 2018
Recipient – Early Career Healthcare Executive Award, American College of Healthcare Executives Regent Award, 2017
Nominated Member – Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health – Mu Chapter, 2013-2015
Board of Directors - Ronald McDonald House, Columbia, 2019 - Present
Chair – South Carolina American College of Healthcare Executives (SCACHE) Programs and Education Committee, 2014 – Present
Chair – SCACHE Midlands Chapter, 2014 – Present
Board of Directors – SCACHE State Chapter, 2014 – Present
Stroke Council, American Heart Association, 2017 – Present
Ronald McDonald House Gala Planning Committee, 2018 – Present
Chair - Big Data Health Science Center, Conference Outreach and Engagement Committee, University of South Carolina, 2019 - Present
Chair - Big Data Health Science Center, Conference Planning Committee, University of South Carolina, 2019 - Present
Committee Member - Big Data Health Science Center, Project Committee, University of South Carolina, 2019 - Present
Certificate – Dementia Specialist, University of South Carolina – 2018
Certificate – Research Administration, University of South Carolina – 2017
Certificate – MRI Level 1 Certified, 3T, 2017
Training/Certified – National Institute of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS), 2017
Training/Certified – Mayo Clinic Dangerous Goods Handling, 2017
Training/Certified – CITI – Biomedical Research Investigator, 2017-2020
Training/Certified – CITI – Good Clinical Practice, 2017-2020
Training/Certified – Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA), 2017
Training/Certified – Modified Rankin Scale (mRS), 2017
Certificate – Needs Assessment, The Evaluators Institute, 2016
Certificate – Yellow Belt, Six Sigma Training, 2016
Certificate – Do It Yourself Geo Apps Course, ESRI, 2016
Certificate – White Belt, Six Sigma Training, 2015
Certificate – Grant Writing, University of South Carolina, 2012
Certificate – Basic Disaster Life Support, NDLS Foundation, 2010
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Began my career in healthcare by working night shift as a patient care technician III in a level 1 trauma center during my undergraduate studies.
Places you've lived
Londonderry, New Hampshire
Irmo, South Carolina
Harrison Township, Michigan
Lexington, South Carolina
What do you find most enjoyable about working at Anderson University?
The ability to blend spiritual beliefs and practices with teaching in the classroom.
What I wish prospectives students knew about my discipline or careers in my discipline.
The possibilities are endless in healthcare management. This degree can provide you with opportunities to work within hospitals, physician practices, long-term care facilities, non-profit organizations, department of health and environmental control, department of health and human services, insurance companies, consulting firms, and even more!
How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?
My classes prepare students to be knowledgeable of all aspects of healthcare management. My classroom environment is encouraging and pushes students to achieve their best.
Sen S, Redd K, Lim M, et al. Change in Antiplatelet Therapy in Prevention of Secondary Stroke
(CAPS2) Study. Journal of Neurological Disorders. 6:3, 2018. DOI: 10.4172/2329-
Redd, K. T.(2015). Patient And Provider Characteristics And Practice Patterns of Primary Care Physicians Of Weight-Related Counseling. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from https://scholarcommons.sc.edu/etd/3703