Aligning Ideologies and Institutions: Reorganization in the HIV/AIDS Services Administration of New York City

Title: Aligning Ideologies and Institutions: Reorganization in the HIV/AIDS Services Administration of New York City
Format: Journal Article
Publication Date: March 2011
Published In: Public Administration Review
Description: How effective was organizational reform implemented inside one critical New York City health agency? Specifically, we examine the extent to which the reorganization of the HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) into the Medical Insurance Services Administration (MICSA) achieved three goals: (1) realizing synergies among the component MICSA programs; (2) cross-fertilizing ideas among MICSA agencies; and (3) facilitating HASA operations through the lens of organization change theory. Qualitative methods including interviews, site visits, and document analysis triangulate the effects of the reorganization. Implications for organization change literature are explored, especially highlighting where more theoretical and empirical studies are needed. © 2011 The American Society for Public Administration.
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Citation: Public Administration Review. 71. Issue 2. 243 - 252. ISSN 0033-3352. DOI 10.1111/j.1540-6210.2011.02335.x.
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