Alexis Skoufalos, EdD

Associate Professor
Associate Dean, Strategic Development
Program Director

Alexis Skoufalos


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Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Alexis Skoufalos, EdD

Associate Professor
Associate Dean, Strategic Development
Program Director

Research & Practice Interests

Professional Development
Medical Education
Quality Improvement
Patient Education and Engagement
Staff Recruitment and Retention


EdD, Nova Southeastern University
MS, Nova Southeastern University.
BS, Temple University


University Appointments

Associate Professor, Jefferson College of Population Health
Associate Dean, Strategic Development, Jefferson College of Population Health
Program Director, Doctor of Health Science (DHSc) in Population Health


As Associate Dean for Strategic Development, Dr. Skoufalos is responsible for facilitating strategic external partnerships and collaborative initiatives for JCPH.  She leads the team that implements the college’s professional development and consulting activities. She also serves as the inaugural program director for JCPH’s new online professional doctoral degree focused on advanced practice in population health.

Projects in her current portfolio include the Philadelphia Diabetes Prevention Collaborative, a regional effort funded by the American Medical Association and the Hearst Health Prize, an annual national competition to recognize outstanding achievement in Population Health.

In addition to her responsibilities at JCPH, she serves as co-chair of the Steering Committee for Jefferson Continuing Professional Development and is a member of the enterprise Innovation Evaluation Committee. 

Dr. Skoufalos is co-editor of Health Care Quality: The Clinician’s Primer (2012) and Population Health: Creating a Culture of Wellness (3rd edition, 2020). She is an Associate Editor for the American Journal of Medical Quality and Population Health Management, and is a reviewer for American Journal of Managed CareBMJ Open Quality Journal and  Journal of Aging Research.

Dr. Skoufalos received a doctorate in Education (Organizational Leadership) and a Master’s degree in Education from Nova Southeastern University.