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Dr. Hendrik Hillen

Department of Business Administration and Health Care Management

Phone: +49 221 470-5423
Fax: +49 221 470-5418

Visitor's Address:
Dürener Str. 56-60
Room 108
50931 Cologne

Hours by appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Academic Qualifications
2013 - 2018 Ph.D. Student, University of Cologne
2013 Master of Science in Health Economics, University of Cologne
2011 Bachelor of Science in Health Economics, University of Cologne
Career History
since 10/2013 Teaching & Research Assistant, Department of Business Administration and Health Care Management, University of Cologne
08/2016 - 10/2016 Visiting Ph.D. Student at the Institute of Health and Society, Department of Health Management and Health Economics, University of Oslo (UiO)



  • Hower, K. I.; Vennedey, V.; Hillen, H. A.; Kuntz, L.; Stock, S.; Pfaff, H.; Ansmann, L.: Implementation of patient-centred care: which organisational determinants matter from decision maker’s perspective? Results from a qualitative interview study across various health and social care organisations. BMJ Open. 9(4):e027591. DOI:10.1136/ bmjopen-2018-027591
  • Kuntz, L., Scholten, N., Wilhelm, H., Wittland, M., & Hillen, H. A. 2018. The Benefits of Agreeing on What Matters Most: Team Cooperative Norms Mediate the Effect of Co-leaders' Shared Goals on Safety Climate in Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Health Care Management Review
  • Ansmann, L., Hillen, H., Kuntz, L., Stock, S., Vennedey, V., & Hower, K. I. (2018). Characteristics of value-based health and social care from organisations' perspectives (OrgValue): A mixed-methods study protocol. BMJ open, 8(4), e022635.
  • Hillen, H, Pfaff, H, & Hammer, A (2017). The Association between transformational leadership in German hospitals and the frequency of events reported as perceived by medical directors. Journal of Risk Research, 20(4), 499-515.

Presentations in Conferences

  • 2017: Der Einfluss von Leitungsdyaden auf die MitarbeiterInnen und die Patientenversorgung. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Neonatologie und Pädiatrische Intensivmedizin (GNPI), Dresden, Deutschland.
  • 2015: Doppelt hält besser? Ernährungsberatung und Therapieerfolg. 69. Deutscher Betriebswirtschafter-Tag (DBT), Düsseldorf, Deutschland.