I graduated from the University of Iowa in 1991 and returned to Taiwan to teach hospital management in National Yang Ming University for over 22 years. I join Institute for Hospital Management of Tsing Hua University(CHINA) in 2014 until present. My research interests include human resource management, performance management, quality management and lean management. Since I had been served as managing directors of several hospitals in Taiwan, how to apply managerial theories to daily hospital operations has becoming my expertise.
Since 2015, I have joined the Tsing Hua-Hopkins Ph.D.Program as an adjunct professor teaching Health Reform in China. Besides, I am also running several projects related to applying big data analysis on administration automation aiming at establishing “man-less” hospitals. Currently, I also serve as a Director of Chinese Christian Missions for Disadvantage Children(CCMDC). CCMDC has helped over 20,000 children to complete their high school education in extra-rural China.