HEBSBA Faculty, Staff & Administration

Daniel Dominguez, Ph.D. | Health Administration

H-E-B School of Business & Administration Dr. Dan Dominguez

Daniel Dominguez, Ph.D. 

Phone: 210-829-3180
Office: GB 205
CPO: 399

Research Foci: 
Interprofessional Education, Program Development

Experiential Background: 
20 years of health management experience in a wide variety of health care settings including hospitals and primary care organizations.


  • Academic Background 

    Ph.D., University of Iowa, Health Services Management and Research, 1998  

    M.H.A., Baylor University, Healthcare Administration, 1990

    B.A., Park College, Business Management, 1982

  • Courses Taught 

    Quality & Continuous Improvement in Healthcare Organizations

    Quantitative Analysis for Healthcare Managers

    Population Health and Managerial Epidemiology

    Leadership in Healthcare

  • Recent Intellectual Contributions 

    Dominguez, D.G., Sanchez-Diaz, P., Fike, D.S., Ramirez, M., Walk, M., Gottlieb, H., Parker, R.A., (2015). A Pilot Study to Examine the Conflict-Handling Preferences of Health Professional Students before and after Participation in an interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Initiative, Health and Interprofessional Practice, 3(1):eP1092.

    Zorek, J.A., Fike, D.S., Eickhoff, J.C., Engle, J.A., MacLaughlin, E.J., Dominguez, D.G., Seibert, C.S., (2016). Exploratory Refinement and Validation of the Student Perceptions of Physician-Pharmacist Interprofessional Clinical Education Instrument, Version 2 (SPICE 2), American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 80(3) Article 47.

    Parker, R.A., Gottlieb, H., Dominguez, D.G., Sanchez-Diaz, P., Jones, M.E., (2015). Integrating an Interprofessional Education Model at a Private University, Journal of International Education, 4(3).

    Sanchez-Diaz, P. C., Parker, R. A, Valdez, M.S., Ramirez, M., Dominguez, D G. Jones, M.E. (2015). Shaping student attitudes towards healthcare teams through a hybrid and an online interprofessional education course. Optometric Education, 40(3).

    Dominguez, D.G., Fike, D.S., MacLaughlin, E.J., Zorek, J.A., (March 2015). A Comparison of the Validity of Two Instruments Assessing Health Professional Student Perceptions of Interprofessional Education and Practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 29(2). (doi: 10.3109/13561820.2014.947360).

    Munoz, L. R., RN, PhD, LaFrance, K. G., PhD, Dominguez, D. G., PhD, Fike, D. S., PhD, Goei, K., A., RN, PhD, Gunter, M.D., RN, MSN, and Jones, M.E. (2014) Text Messaging as a Tool to Increase Physical Activity in College Students, The Physical Educator. 71(3)

    Dominguez, D. G., LaFrance, K. G., Garcia, D.C., (2013) Developing a New Graduate Program in Healthcare Management: Embracing the Transformation of Healthcare Management Education on a Pathway to Success, Administrative Issues Journal: Education Practice and Research, 3(1).

  • Work Experience 

    Dr. Dominguez has more than 20 years of health management experience in a wide variety of health care settings including hospitals and primary care organizations.  His healthcare background includes roles in logistics, information management and health care operations within the Navy Medical Department, to include serving as COO of a full-service ambulatory care facility in Bermuda. 

    In addition to his operational experience, he has 15 years of experience teaching and researching at the graduate level to include serving as the Program Director of the nationally ranked U.S. Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health Administration. 


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