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1 A TRADITION Sloan Program in Health Administration Preparing Health Care Leaders for More Than Half a Century

2 Letter from the Director Dear Alumni, Friends, and Colleagues, For more than a half century, the Sloan Program in Health Administration has prepared students to be leaders in a broad variety of health care settings. We are proud of the many notable accomplishments of our students, alumni, and faculty. On the occasion of the 55th anniversary of our founding, I would like to share a brief overview of our history, what is happening today with our program, and some of our graduates accomplishments. Established through the vision of Alfred P. Sloan, ours was the first graduate health management program to require two years of coursework. Through the years, our faculty have continued a tradition of high-quality, innovative teaching and research. Their awards have included the recognition of students, peers, and industry groups, and two faculty have been the recent winners of the Thompson Prize from the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. Cornell has a long tradition of offering a mix of applied and theoretical disciplines. Our students are able to gain skills and knowledge in areas with direct relevance to health care through our own coursework and from other outstanding programs at Cornell. One such example is a new class offered jointly by Sloan and the School of Hotel Administration called Operations and Planning of Senior Living and Related Facilities. Other courses are offered through collaborations with the Division of Nutritional Sciences, Weill-Cornell Medical College, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, the Johnson School, and the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis and we continue to explore other opportunities for the future. Sloan is pleased to attract talented students from around the nation and abroad. Our recent graduates have successfully transitioned into positions in hospitals and health systems, management consulting, longterm care settings, medical group management, information technology, pharmaceutical companies, entrepreneurial firms, medicine, banking, law, health care associations, policy analysis firms, research, and academics. Today, we remain dedicated to Sloan s original mission producing new generations of leaders that can apply management expertise to advance the health and well-being of people and communities. I am proud to lead the Sloan Program into our next half century under this great tradition. Sincerely, William D. White Professor and Director Sloan Program in Health Administration S i A A vital role in America s health care system America s health care should be as good as its doctors and biomedical researchers and should be an example for the rest of the world. There is still much to be done to improve patient safety, the quality of care, the coordination and integration of services, and to lower the cost. Innovations and expertise in the management of health care services, facilities, products, and leadership is vital to achieving this goal. For more than 50 years, Cornell s Sloan Program in Health Administration has been preparing new leaders to apply the management and organizational expertise necessary to improve the health and well-being of people in the U.S. and internationally. The depth and diversity of Cornell s research, combined with our strength in multidisciplinary approaches to solving real-world problems, creates a distinct learning environment for today s Sloan students and tomorrow s health care leaders. David Skorton, MD, Cornell President A TRADITION Copyright 2011 Cornell University Produced by University Communications at Cornell University 3/ AP

3 Sloan Program in Health Administration A Look Back: 55 years of excellence Alfred P. Sloan former head of auto giant General Motors and an avid philanthropist is heralded as one of the greatest business leaders of the 20th century. While Sloan is known for revolutionizing the auto industry, his foresight stretched beyond cars. It was his vision of professionally managed hospitals that led to the creation of Cornell s Sloan Program. Sloan was thinking about his personal experiences when he first suggested the idea of a school for hospital administrators at Cornell in the early 1950s. I expect to die in a hospital someday, and they are very poorly administered, he told Cornell President Deane Malott. I ve been thinking that hospital administrators should be better trained. Sloan selected Cornell for the new program in part because of its established hotel school. ( A hospital is really a specialized kind of hotel, he said.) Thus, in 1955, the nation s first graduate program in hospital administration with two full years of graduate coursework was born. It is interesting that Mr. Sloan and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation had the vision to create this groundbreaking program, and also that they saw the connection between health management and hospitality management, said R. Brooke Hollis 78, executive director of the Sloan Program. In addition to working with other programs on campus, we are fortunate to have what is generally considered the world s top hotel school. Many of our students take electives there, and we are involved in a number of joint initiatives around hospitality, including an affiliation between Sloan, the Hotel School, and Henry Ford Health System. Sloan s basic philosophy remains today: future health leaders are best prepared by courses providing rigorous training in the core skills of management and a solid understanding of the health care system. After initially operating as a research institute, the first Sloan class entered in Students had the option to receive a master of business, professional studies, or public administration degree and also received a certificate of health administration. Then, just like today, students also received substantial exposure to the industry via summer internships, field trips, and programs that fostered interaction. The Sloan Program was a key component of the Graduate School of Business and Public Administration from its inception through the early 1980s. In 1984, the school was renamed the S. C. Johnson Graduate School of Management and refocused on for-profit businesses only. At that time, the Sloan Program moved to the College of Human Ecology, where it has enjoyed strong support as part of the Department of Policy Analysis and Management. Sloan offers a master of health administration (MHA), and continues to work with the Johnson School where students can take electives and complete a dual MBA/MHA degree program. Sloan also cooperates on an executive program with the Healthcare Association of New York State, the Johnson School, and the Hotel School. Alfred P. Sloan Looking to the Next Half Century Cornell establishes first twoyear academic program in hospital administration One of the early Sloan Program classes Over the years, we have found that a strong core of health and management coursework, coupled with interdisciplinary learning across campus, and connections with engaged alumni and other health care leaders provides an excellent foundation for our graduates. The Sloan Program remains focused on using this approach in developing future leaders who can make a difference. Its small classes foster an individualized education with many opportunities for team learning and projects. Sloan also provides students with outstanding access to faculty and alumni mentoring. Sloan s location at Cornell, the most comprehensive Ivy League university, provides a rich environment for students to study a variety of areas through collaborations with Cornell s other programs and schools. Moving forward, Sloan anticipates further development of these relationships. Among them: Hospitality: Studying services management models and skills that apply to patient-centered care and the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey are valuable opportunities. Advanced Business Skillsets: Upper-level courses in finance, accounting, consulting, entrepreneurship, and other business areas encourage specialization. Facilities Planning and Design: Students should be exposed to evidencebased design and issues around managing construction projects. Current options include innovative courses in the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis as well as Cornell s leading hotel and architecture schools. Law: Access to one of the nation s top law schools and visiting practitioner faculty ensure students grasp the legal aspects of health care. Life Sciences: An array of courses related to medicine and science help prepare students to be innovators in this rapidly evolving sector. Labor Relations: Sloan students can take advanced courses at Cornell s School of Industrial and Labor Relations on negotiations and other topics, equipping Sloan graduates to lead an increasingly complex workforce. ell University A TRADITION 3

4 Sloan Faculty 2010 Will White, Professor and Sloan Director AB Haverford College; PhD Harvard University Research: The growth and impact of managed care in hospital and physician markets, the design of health care reimbursement systems, health care antitrust, and health insurance reform Course topics: Microeconomics for health care, challenges and trends in health services Recently published: Is the Impact of Managed Care on Hospital Prices Decreasing?" in Journal of Health Economics, 2008 Don Kenkel, Professor BA University of Kentucky; PhD University of Chicago Research: The economics of disease prevention and health promotion, including smoking prevention, cigarette and food advertising, and direct-to-consumer advertising of pharmaceutical products Course topics: Health economics and public health Recently published: Cigarette Taxes and the Transition from Youth to Adult Smoking: Smoking Initiation, Cessation, and Participation with P. DeCicca and A. Mathios in Journal of Health Economics, 2008 Andrea Parrott, Professor BA State University of New York Plattsburgh; PhD Cornell University Research: Women's health, human sexuality, violence against women, and medical ethics Course topics: Health care ethics, human sexuality, violence against women Recently published: "Impact of Culture on Lactation Policies: The case of the United States and Liberia" in Safe Motherhood in a Globalized World, with editors B. Wejnert, S. Steinmetz, and N. Prakash, New York: Routledge, 2009 John Cawley, Associate Professor AB Harvard University; PhD University of Chicago Research: The economics of obesity, including the effect of body weight on labor market outcomes, the role of body weight in adolescent behavior, and obesity treatments and preventions Course topics: Advanced health economics Recently published: The Economics of Childhood Obesity in Health Affairs, 2010 John Kuder, Associate Professor BA Drake University; PhD University of Michigan Research: Public policy, managed care, health program evaluation, and health decision making and access for at-risk populations Course topics: Capstone, entrepreneurship, health care organization, quality and performance Recently published: Revisiting Predictors of Parental Health Care-Seeking Behaviors for Nonurgent Conditions at One Inner-City Hospital with S.O. Zandieh, J. Gershel, W. M. Briggs, and C.A. Mancuso in Pediatric Emergency Care, 2009 Sean Nicholson, Associate Professor AB Dartmouth College; PhD University of Wisconsin Research: The value of new medical technologies, the benefits of physician specialization, the effect of financial incentives on physicians treatment decisions, and the causes of autism Course topics: Health finance, resource management and quality improvement Recently published: The Formation and Evolution of Physician Treatment Styles: An Application to Caesarean Sections with A. Epstein in Journal of Health Economics, 2009 Sharon Tennyson, Associate Professor BA University of California, Los Angeles; PhD Northwestern University Research: Economic policy in financial markets, consumer protection regulation in insurance markets, and insurance fraud Course topics: Insurance and risk management, regulation Recently published: State Prescription Drug Policies, Cost Barriers and the Use of Acute Care Services by Medicaid Beneficiaries with H.K. Yang in Journal of Consumer Affairs, 2009 Footbridge on beautiful Beebe Lake, across the street from Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, home to the Sloan Program. 4 A TRADITION

5 A TRADITION Claudio Lucarelli, Assistant Professor BSc Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; PhD University of Pennsylvania Research: Industrial organization and competition in health care markets, Medicare Part D, and the pharmaceutical industry Course topics: Managerial forecasting, strategic management, regression analysis Recently published: Measuring Welfare and the Effects of Regulation in a Government-Created Market: The Case of Medicare Part D Plans with J. Prince and K. Simon in National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper, 2008 Sam Kleiner, Assistant Professor BA Northwestern University; PhD Carnegie Mellon University Research: Hospitals and health care providers, performance measurement, and labor relations Course topics: Health policy and health economics Recently published: Beta-blocker Compliance, Mortality and Re-infarction: Validation of Clinical Trial Association Using Insurer Claims Data with W.B. Vogt, P. Gladowski, A. Devries, G. Levin, C. Antonucci, and J. Fong in American Journal of Medical Quality, 2009 Roger Battistella, Professor Emeritus BS University of Massachusetts; PhD University of Michigan Research: Policy issues around health care reform Courses: Program advisor; continues to conduct research, write, and lecture Recently published: Health Care Turning Point: Why Single Payer Won t Work, The MIT Press, 2010 Professionals in the classroom The Sloan curriculum is enhanced by the professional expertise of our adjunct faculty members, including Henry Allen, Jeff Bastable, Rich Curtis, Nick Fabrizio, Brooke Hollis, Kieke Okma, Lee Perlman, Debra Perosio, Joseph Reagan, Warren Schlesinger, Keith Pryor, Frances Swartwout, Rich Luskin, Andy Dahl, Mike Weidner, Maria Papola, and Julie Carmalt. They provide a real-world perspective when teaching courses in finance, health law, physician management and negotiations, leadership, human resources and organizational behavior, facility planning, health care marketing, accounting, long-term care, international health, fundraising, supply chain management, and population health. They are augmented by a wide variety of visiting lecturers and alumni speakers. In print Our faculty have been published in leading journals including: Health Affairs Health Economics Health Services Research Journal of the American Medical Association Journal of Business Journal of Economic Perspectives Journal of Health Administration Education Journal of Healthcare Management Journal of Health Economics Journal of Health Policy and Law Journal of Health Politics Journal of Human Resources Journal of Political Economy Medical Care Milbank Quarterly Social Sciences and Medicine Research funding Faculty have received substantial grants from funding sources such as: The National Institutes of Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality U.S. Department of Labor Merck Foundation Atlantic Philanthropies Robert Wood Johnson Foundation A TRADITION 5

6 Alumni Profiles Reginald Ballantyne III 67 Hometown: Paradise Valley, Arizona Education: BS, Holy Cross College; MBA, Sloan Program Position: Senior Corporate Officer, Vanguard Health Systems Career: Ballantyne served for nearly 28 years as president and chief executive officer of PMH Health Resources, Inc., a multi-unit health system based in Phoenix. He has been a leader on many national boards including the Board of Commissioners for the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), and served as chair of the American Hospital Association (AHA) and speaker of the AHA House of Delegates. He is currently chair of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce. The program provided me an exceptionally useful framework for the shape, nature, and fabric of the health care system. Many of the topics in the curriculum when I was a student still have application today, which is clearly a tribute to the program and its leadership. Mark Bertolini 84 Hometown: Avon, Connecticut Education: Bachelor's in business/finance, Wayne State University; MBA, Sloan Program Position: Chief Executive Officer and President, Aetna, Inc. Career: Bertolini currently leads Aetna, one of the nation s largest health care benefits companies. He is a member of the board of directors at University of Connecticut Health Center, and was elected the first straight ally board member of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. He also serves on the Dean's Advisory Council of Cornell s College of Human Ecology. The whole approach to the program the way it is centered on case studies and current events really prepares students to tackle the very complex problems our industry faces. Nancy Schlichting 79 Hometown: Bloomfield Township, Michigan Education: Bachelor's in public policy studies, Duke University; MBA, Sloan Program Position: Chief Executive Officer, Henry Ford Health System Career: Schlichting currently leads Michigan s second largest health system; she also has served as president of the Eastern Region of Catholic Health Initiatives and chief executive officer of Riverside Methodist Hospitals. She has received many awards and honors and serves on various voluntary boards such as the American Hospital Association. She was named one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare. I was always impressed with how personal the program is. When I was being recruited, I received phone calls that made me feel like a real person, not a number. Over the years, the Sloan Program has reached out and still makes me feel like part of the program. Kyllan Cody 04 Hometown: Dallas, Texas Education: BA, Wake Forest University; MHA, Sloan Program Position: Vice President of Operations, Methodist Charlton Medical Center Career: Cody began her career as the assistant administrator at Health Management Associates, Charlotte Regional Medical Center in Punta Gorda, Florida. In 2006, she was promoted to chief operating officer at Dallas Regional Medical Center. In 2009, she became vice president of operations at the Methodist Health System in Dallas, Texas. The program has a strong alumni network that gives students access to mentors who offer advice and bring their real-life industry experience to students. It s an invaluable asset. 6 A TRADITION

7 Alumni Profiles Lee Perlman 83 Hometown: Larchmont, New York Education: BA, State University of New York at Binghamton; MBA, Sloan Program Position: President, GNYHA Ventures, and Executive Vice President Administration/Chief Financial Officer, Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) Career: Over the past 25 years, Perlman has been responsible for the development of GNYHA Ventures' business entities, which have grown to eight companies serving more than 20,000 members. Perlman currently chairs the Steering Committee of the Healthcare Group Purchasing Industry Initiative. He has also served on the Boards of Premier and the National Center for Healthcare Leadership, and founded the GNYHA Summer Enrichment Program for student internships. Perlman is a recipient of the Hugens Award for Young Healthcare Executive of the Year. The most important thing I learned is that you don t need to work as a doctor or nurse to make a difference in patients lives. Josh Yedvab 94 Hometown: Roslyn, New York Education: Bachelor's, Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst MHA, Sloan Program Position: Vice President of Network Development, South Nassau Hospital Career: Josh Yedvab completed his administrative residency at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in New Jersey and worked as a management consultant at the Hay Group in New York. He also worked at the North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, where he served in a variety of leadership roles. The biggest lesson I learned is to take a team approach to management. Always surround yourself with smart people and foster and promote your top performers. Respect your peers and employees and listen to their ideas. Lauren Yedvab 94 Hometown: Education: Position: Career: Roslyn, New York Bachelor's, State University of New York at Oneonta; MHA, Sloan Program Senior Vice President, New York Methodist Hospital Lauren Yedvab has worked as an administrator at several hospitals in New York before taking on her role at New York Methodist Hospital, an acute-care member of the New York Presbyterian Healthcare System. My two years at Cornell were like a welcoming into adulthood. It was the first time I was taken seriously and expected to meet high standards consistently. Bernie Kershner 64 Hometown: Avon, Connecticut Education: Bachelor's, Bethany College; MPA, Sloan Program Position: Chair, Health Resources International Career: Kershner began his career in hospital management, became a chief executive officer, and ultimately a pioneering entrepreneur in ambulatory surgery. He was a founding organizer and first non-physician president of the Federated Ambulatory Surgery Association, past president of the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, and a past president of the Sloan Alumni Association. There was a spirit of focus and passion at Sloan. Passion is a word I try to live my life by. That had a basis in the experiences I had in Ithaca. A TRADITION 7

8 Sloan Alumni Leaders in Health Management Education A Three Sloan graduates stand out for their influence in the academic world at a variety of health care management programs. Anthony Kovner, Sloan 63 Kovner is professor of health care management at New York University s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, where he directs the executive master s of public administration for nurse leaders. He was a long-time head of the health policy and management program. Career: Kovner has been a senior manager in two hospitals, a nursing home, a group practice, and a neighborhood health center, and a senior consultant for a large industrial union. He has consulted with New York- Presbyterian Health System, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Montefiore Medical Center, and the American Academy of Orthopedics. Research Expertise: Evidence-based management, nonprofit governance, clinician leadership, and hospital service lines in geriatrics Kovner has written 11 books and 91 peerreviewed articles, book chapters, and case studies. He is the recipient of the Gary L. Filerman Prize for Educational Leadership from the Association of University Programs in Health Administration, and the Dean Conley Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives for Outstanding Healthcare Article of the Year. Richard Southby, Sloan 67 Southby is the executive dean and distinguished professor of global health emeritus at The George Washington University s Medical Center. Career: Professor Southby joined the George Washington faculty in 1979 and became chair of the Department of Health Services Management and Policy in He was one of the founders of the School of Public Health and Health Services. He was appointed dean of the school and Ross Professor of International Health in 2001, and executive dean and distinguished professor of global health in He is a member of numerous professional organizations, including president emeritus of the Royal Society of Medicine Foundation and past president of the Asia Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. Research Expertise: U.S. health system reform, prevention of chronic illness, and global health policy Southby has edited books and is published in numerous academic and professional journals. He has consulted on health services management and education projects with several organizations, including the World Bank and the Pan American Health Organization in England, Hungary, Jordan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, and Turkey. David Dranove, Sloan 79 Dranove is currently the Walter McNerney Distinguished Professor of Health Industry Management and professor of management and strategy at Northwestern University s Kellogg School of Management. He is also director of the Health Enterprise Management Program and the Center for Health Industry Market Economics. Career: Professor Dranove has had a long and distinguished academic career, most recently at the Kellogg School of Management, and before that at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He is the recipient of many awards for his teaching and research. He is a past winner of the John D. Thompson Prize from the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. Research Expertise: Managed care, hospital mergers, antitrust strategy, and pharmaceuticals He has published 5 books and 75 articles and book chapters, and has served as an editor of the Journal of Health Economics and is currently an editor of the RAND Journal of Economics. C H B r U M v a G s t V R W P h s t t o c I t c f a o 8 A TRADITION

9 A New Generation of Leaders The Sloan Program is made up of a diverse group of students with shared interest in the health and well-being of people across the globe. They come to Sloan with strong academic backgrounds and a broad array of experiences. Carter Dredge 11 Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah Background: Bachelor s degree in corporate finance from Brigham Young University s Marriott School of Management, where he was valedictorian Has worked as a financial analyst at Intermountain Healthcare in St. George, Utah and as a health care strategist for The Carol Corporation Has accepted a position as director of business development at St. Vincent's Health System in Little Rock, Arkansas Why Sloan? What makes the Sloan Program a great place to learn about health administration is the professional autonomy. You are free to take courses in any college within the university, and the networks and other resources available to you are completely unparalleled. If you know what you want to do, there is not another program in the country that will give you more freedom. The faculty is impressively accessible, and you can write your own ticket to where you want to go. Lawrence Smith 11 Hometown: Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina Background: Bachelor s degree in business administration and finance from University of North Carolina Worked as a program coordinator for a substance abuse and prevention education program Held internships in accounting and administration at Liberty Healthcare Management Group and Liberty Commons Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Served as an administrative intern at Duke University Hospital's Emergency Medicine and Trauma Center HCA Boyd Scholar Has accepted a position with Deloitte Consulting Why Sloan? The curriculum gives us a greater understanding of how consumers and providers of health care respond to policy. Executivesin-residence provide invaluable insights about the industry. Sloan alumni, near and far, are a great network who teach us all something, even with a short conversation. Elise Gonzalez 11 Hometown: Manila, Philippines Background: Bachelor s degree in economics and English from Cornell University Held internships at Hewitt Associates Health Management and Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca, New York Served as a student consultant for Talecris Biotherapeutics Has accepted a position with PRTM Management Consulting Why Sloan? The core classes have helped me to become well-versed in the world and language of health care. I have been able to build upon the core curriculum through the flexibility to take classes at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, the Hotel School, and the School of Engineering. The breadth of classes helps to expand your horizons and develop innovative thinking. The practical experience to be gained through summer internships, the projects, and practicum-type courses is incredible. Elizabeth McClure 11 Hometown: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Background: Bachelor s degree in human development from Cornell University Held an administrative internship with Henry Ford Health System in Detroit Volunteer emergency medical technician and firefighter, and 2009 Firefighter Rookie of the Year Has accepted a position with Henry Ford Health System Why Sloan? The Sloan Program is a great place to learn about health administration because of learning opportunities within the classroom and also the extensive network of involved alumni who are constantly reaching out to students and opening doors for real-life experiences. The smaller nature of the program makes the alumni network very close-knit and accessible for mentoring and networking relationships. A TRADITION 9

10 SLOAN News Nicholson named research director at FAIR Health Upstate Health Research Network Associate Professor Sean Nicholson has been named research director of FAIR Health's Upstate Health Research Network. FAIR Health is a nonprofit dedicated to fairness and transparency in out-of-network reimbursement. The Upstate Health Research Network (UHRN) is a group of leading academic research institutions, including Cornell University. The UHRN is assisting FAIR Health in the development of a transparent, unbiased methodology for deriving benchmark data and a prototype web-based Consumer Cost Lookup tool to help consumers obtain information on out-of-network reimbursement for specific health services. William White, Sloan Program director, is also participating in the UHRN. Alumni-led MHA named in Top 5 "Best Places to Work in Healthcare" The Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) earned the fifth overall ranking in Modern Healthcare magazine's 2010 awards, which recognize the top places to work in the country. The association was also awarded second in the small business category. In 2009, the MHA accepted an award from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility. The MHA is led by Sloan alumni Spencer Johnson (president) and Dave Seaman (executive vice predient). Both are past Sloan Alumni Association presidents, and Johnson is a former associate director of the White House Domestic Council. A new home for Sloan As part of the Martha Van Renssalaer Hall renovations, the Sloan Program will be moving into a newly renovated wing that will provide a hub for the program s administrative operations and space for faculty, students, and executivesin-residence. Where they are now: 2010 graduates One-hundred percent of Sloan s 2010 graduates found positions at organizations ranging from health care systems and consulting firms to academic medical centers and the U.S. armed services, such as: The Emory Clinic, Emory Healthcare Prescott Associates Deloitte Consulting Bridgehead International, a UK-based life sciences strategy consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting University of Rochester Medical Center Army Health Facilities Planning Agency St. Vincent s Health System West Palm Beach VA Medical Center St. Joseph Health System, San Francisco Avalere Health, D.C.-based policy consulting firm New York Presbyterian Hospital Jesse Brown VA Medical Center American College of Cardiology Oxford University Sloan welcomes executives-in-residence The Doug Brown Executives-in-Residence (EIR) Fund brings health care leaders to campus for faculty appointments, allowing students to learn directly from accomplished practitioners. This year s new executives-in-residence are: Frances Anderson Swartwout, Sloan 80. Swartwout has held leadership roles in a variety of academic medical centers and health systems. She currently serves as executive practice administrator for Chester County Eye Care Associates. Keith Pryor, Sloan 80. A past health system chief executive officer and leader with Right Management Consultants, Pryor is now a principal with Executive and Governing Board Development and works with Health Strategies & Solutions. They join last year s continuing executives: Dr. Andy Dahl, Sloan 70. Dahl has worked as a health system executive and as chief executive officer of several entrepreneurial ventures. He currently serves as senior consultant to The Carol Corporation. Rich Luskin, Sloan 70. Luskin has worked in leadership positions at a number of major academic medical centers. He is currently chief executive officer of the New England Organ Bank in Boston. P TA T d b p S S s Paving the road for the future In honor of the Sloan Program s 50th anniversary, Mike Azzara 71 established the Graduate Scholarship in Health Management that will provide partial tuition expenses to qualified and deserving master s in health administration students. Azzara spent 22 years as the chief executive officer of Valley Health System in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He now works as a consultant to health care leaders and executives. Sloan Program Class of A TRADITION Sloan

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