Hayley Drew Germack, PhD, MHS, RN
Assistant Professor, Acute and Tertiary Care at University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing
Fellow, Centers for Clinical Standards and Quality, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Baltimore, MD
Adjunct Scientist, Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences & School of Engineering, Boston, MA
Dr. Hayley Germack is a health services researcher and nurse change agent. She is passionate about eliminating the 10 to 25-year mortality gap for patients with serious mental illness by increasing access to primary care services. Currently, her research examines the role of the inter-professional behavioral health and primary care workforce in providing holistic care to this vulnerable population
PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, 2015
MHS, Yale University Schoolof Medicine, 2018
National Institute of Mental Health. 24th Annual Mental Health Services Research Conference. New Investigators Workshop Award. 2018
Islam MS, Hasan MM, Wang X, Germack, HD, Alam, MN. Application and theoretical perspective of data mining: A systematic review on healthcare analytics. Healthcare. 2018;6(54).
Germack HD, McHugh MD, Sloane DM, Aiken LH. U.S. Hospital Employment of Foreign-Educated Nurses and Patient Experience: A Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Nursing Regulation. 2017 Oct;8(3):26-35.
Lasater KB, Germack HD, Small DS, McHugh MD. Hospitals Known for Nursing Excellence Perform Better on Value Based Purchasing Measures. Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice. 2017 Mar;17(4):177- 186. PubMed PMID: 28558604
Kutney-Lee A, Germack HD, Hatfield L, Kelly S, Maguire P, Dierkes A, Del Guidice M, Aiken LH. Nurse Engagement in Shared Governance and Patient and Nurse Outcomes. J Nurs Adm. 2016 Nov;46(11):605-612.
Lake ET, Germack HD, Viscardi MK. Missed nursing care is linked to patient satisfaction: a crosssectional study of US hospitals. BMJ Qual Saf. 2016 Jul;25(7):535-43
Barnes H, Maier CB, Altares Sarik D, Germack HD, Aiken LH, McHugh MD. Effects of regulation and payment policies on nurse practitioners’ clinical practices. Med Care Res Rev. 2017 Aug;74(4):431-451.