Linda L. Vila
Assistant Professor of Health Care & Public Administration
B.A., Hunter College of CUNYJ.D, Brooklyn Law School
Linda L. Vila has been teaching in the Department of Health Care & Public Administration since 1997. Prior to her full-time faculty appointment at LIU, Linda served as Vice President and General Counsel for a large health care network in Brooklyn and Queens. She also held the position of Assistant Vice President for Risk Management at another Brooklyn hospital and began her legal health care career with the New York City Health & Hospitals Corporation. Linda teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses including but not limited to: Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration; Administrative Responsibility and the Legal Environment in the Health Sector; Hospitals & Health Care Organizations; Management of Health Care Organizations; Critical Issues in the Health Care and Public Sectors. Linda’s research interests include health care risk management, health care management models and health care ethics.
Health Law, Health Care Ethics, Health Care Management
Author, “The use of a mock trial in health administration education” published in Journal of Health Administration Education
Author, “Mentoring an honors thesis student: A lawyer’s perspective” published in Honors in Practice
Author, “Tort reform and leadership education for physicians” published in New York State Bar Journal Torts, Insurance and Compensation Section
Author, “Ethical unrest in Iraq” published in PA Times
Recipient, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus College of Management Adjunct
Teaching Award, 2011.
Recipient, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus College of Management Faculty
Teaching Award, 2008.
Member and LIU Post Program Director, American College of Health Care Executives
Member, American Society for Health Care Risk Management
Member, New York State Bar Association Health Law Section
Member, American Health Lawyers Association