1 MAYSOUN DIMACHKIE MASRI, SC.D., MBA, M.P.H. January, 2013 University Address Health Services Administration Program Department of Health Management & Informatics College of Health & Public Affairs University of Central Florida Orlando, Florida Phone: EDUCATION SC.D Health Systems Management. Tulane University, Louisiana. MBA Healthcare Management. University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana. M.P.H Health Services Administration. American University of Beirut, Lebanon. B.Sc Public and Environmental Health. American University of Beirut, Lebanon. International French Baccalaureate International College, Lebanon. HONORS Who s Who Award among Students in American Universities. Tulane University, Dean s Honor List, Certificate of Academic Achievement, GPA 4.0. University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Dean s Honor List, American University of Beirut, ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE/ REASEARCH EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor, Department of Health Management and Informatics, College of Health and Public Affairs, University of Central Florida, Aug Current Graduate courses taught: Health Care Finance I (PHC 6160) Health Care Finance II (PHC 6164) Scientific Inquiry in Health Professions (HSC 6911) Financial Accounting for Healthcare Managers (executive-mshsa, HSA 6938) Health Economics & Policy (executive-mshsa, HAS 6156) Undergraduate courses taught: Health Care Finance (HSA3170) Managed Care (HSA4109) Undergraduate courses co-taught:
2 Foundations of Healthcare Finance (HSA 5177) Web Adjunct, Department of Health Management and Informatics, College of Health and Public Affairs, University of Central Florida, Aug May Co-taught 4 graduate courses. Public Policy Microeconomic Application (PAF 7315) Scientific Inquiry in Health Professions (HSC 6911) Health Economics& Policy (HSA6155) Health Care Finance I (PHC 6160) Health Care Finance II (PHC 6164) Research Assistant, Research and Development Office, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, August 2001 May 2003 Developed a research reporting information system. Responsible for the research projects financial budget audits. Graduate Assistant, Biostatistics Department, American University of Beirut, 1998 Helped in the biostatics lab section. Research Assistant, UNICEF, Beirut-Lebanon, October December 1997 Evaluated the distribution of the Child Immunization Health Record and implemented changes at the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health. Led a team of 3 employees to develop a new national distribution and coding system. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Project Consultant, American Life Care - New Orleans, Louisiana, Designed a plan for the development of a Workers Compensation Network. Developed a feasibility study to create a Medicare Set Aside (MSA) product. Hospital Director, Child & Mother Welfare Hospital Beirut, Lebanon, Some of my responsibilities were: Third party payer contract negotiations Human resources management including training/supervision/and recruitment of staff Equipment purchase and materials management Quality assurance Routine administrative work (financing, budgeting & forecasting), and public relations INTERNSHIP 1. Internship, Production and Underwriting Department, Med Net Lebanon, March June 1999 Focused on production and underwriting. My work covered areas in: group renewal, group recapture, customer services, persistency analysis, underwriting business analysis, and comparative analysis. 2. Internship, American University Medical Center - Lebanon, October March 1998
3 TRAINING Undertook a rotation through the different departments within the hospital with five months concentration in the CEO s office, as a partial fulfillment of my MPH degree. 3. QUALTRICS survey tool training, February 25, Stokes training, Stokes Advanced Research Computing Center, Institute for Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida, November 2, CITI Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative, Social Behavioral Research Investigators & Key Personnel Basic Course, August 23, Summer Faculty Development Conference, the University of Central Florida, participated and attended on May 4-6, Our team objective was to identify, examine, and tabulate Web 2.0 technologies that facilitate international education and international collaboration. 7. IDL 6543 training, Center for Distributed Learning, University of Central Florida, Nov. 19, Training, American Life Insurance Company - Lebanon, August 1996 Training included underwriting, claims processing, personal accidents and group experience rating. RESEARCH/ PROJECTS Internal Grants Awarded 1. Dimachkie Masri M. (2011). The Distribution of Physician Workforce in Florida: Trends and Effects on Outcomes of Care. University of Central Florida, In-House Award of $7,333. Principal Investigator. External Grants Awarded 1. Wan, T., Ortiz, J., Dimachkie, M., Golden, A., Bushy A., Sivo S.A. (2011). Rural Health Clinics in Accountable Care Organizations: Impact on Disparities. NIH Grant in amount of $1.6 million. Co-PI. Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles 1. Dimachkie Masri, M., Ramirez, B., Popescu, C., Reggie, E Contract Research Organizations: An Industry Analysis. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, Volume 6: Issue 46, July 2012, pp Dimachkie Masri, M., Oetjen, R., Campbell, C., Webber, L., Dianna, M. The Distribution of Physicians Workforce in Louisiana: Results from a Cross-Sectional Study Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society, Volume 163: Issue 6.Nov/Dec 2011, pp Dimachkie Masri, M., Oetjen, D., Rotarius, T Internal Marketing Creating Quality Employee Experiences in Health Care Organizations. Health Care Manager, Volume 30: Issue 3, pp Demachkie Masri, M., Oetjen, R., Campbell, C Consumer-Directed Health Plans: Are Medical and Health Savings Accounts Viable Options for Financing American Health Care? Health Care Manager, Volume 29: Issue 3, pp
4 Peer-Reviewed Journal Submissions under review 1. Masri, M., Campbell C., Oetjen R., and Webber L. Mortality Amenable to Health Care in Louisiana: Results from a Cross-Sectional Study. Submitted to the International Journal of Public Policy, on August 28 th, Book Chapters 1. Forthcoming Ramirez, B., Dimachkie Masri, M., Ramirez, C. From Traditional to Massive Online Education: The Global Health Village. Accepted for publication on January, 2013, In: From the Global Village: Worldwide Innovation and Best Practices. Gabriel Barreneche & Les Llyod. Publishers: Information Today. Presentations & Symposiums 1. Masri, M.D., Unruh, L., Ramirez, B., Popescu, C., Zeini, I. Supply of Physicians and Nurses in the United States and Worldwide Symposium. To be presented under the MBAA, Business and Health Administration Association annual meeting at the Drake Hotel, Chicago, February 27 - March 1, Wan, T., Masri, M., Ortiz, J. Lin, B. Perceived Benefits and Barriers Associated with Participation in ACOs. Paper presented at the APHA meeting, San Francisco, CA October 27-31, Dimachkie, M., Ramirez, B., Popescu, C., Reggie E.M. Contract Research Organizations: An Industry Analysis. Presented at the 2012 Business and Health Administration Association (BHAA) Conference, International Track, Chicago, Illinois on March 30, Ramirez, B., Dimachkie, M., Oetjen, R. and Oetjen, D. Translating Web2.0 Technology from the Classroom to the Real World of Practice. Presented at 2012 the Business and Health Administration Association (BHAA) Conference, Chicago, Illinois on March 28, Ramirez, B., Dimachkie, M., Oetjen, R. and Oetjen, D. "Crossing the Information Fluency." Presented at the 2012 University of Central Florida Information Fluency Conference, Orlando, Florida on March 14-16, Masri, M., Oetjen, R., Campbell, C Are Health Savings Accounts a Viable Option for Funding the United States Health Care? A comparative description of the experience of China, Singapore, South Africa and The United States of America with medical savings accounts. Presented at the Southern Management Association Annual Conference in St. Pete Beach, Florida on October/November, Published in the Conference Proceedings. Work in Progress 1. Dimachkie Masri, M., Ortiz, J., Wan, T. Rural Health Clinics Participation in Accountable Care Organizations: Results from a Cross-Sectional Survey. To be submitted to the Journal of Rural and Remote Health Research, Education, Practice and Policy. 2. Wan, T. Masri, M. Ortiz, J. Predictors of Rural Health Clinics Managers Willingness to Participate in Accountable Care Organizations. 3. Wan, T. Masri, M. Ortiz, J. Infrastructural Mechanics Leading toward Pro-Accountable Care Organization Orientation: A survey of Hospital Managers. 4. Begun J., Kaissi A., Masri, M. An Exploratory Study of Healthcare Strategic Planning in Two Metropolitan Areas Part II. To be submitted to the Journal of Health Care Management. Working on the financial performance analysis.
5 Professional Reviews and Discussants 1. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing manuscript (1), International Journal of Public Policy Manuscripts (2), Judging presentations at the Ninth Annual Graduate Research Forum, University of Central Florida, on April 3, Discussant on a paper titled Economics Risk Monitoring as a Tool for Strategic Management by companies in Poland by Kasiewise S., Warsaw School of Economics and Ziemnowicz C., University of North Carolina. Discussed and reviewed at the 2012 Business and Health Administration Association (BHAA) Conference, International Track, Chicago, Illinois on March 29, Mentoring Activities 1. Mentoring doctoral student, Cristina Popescu in conducting a Systematic Literature Review on the Trends and Causes of Physician Migration in the U.S and Worldwide. 2. ADL Mentor for Tamea Stewart, Spring Semester, academic year Doctoral Projects 1. The Physician Workforce in Louisiana: Implications for Outcomes of Care, dissertation, completed April 8, Health Savings Accounts and Out of Pocket Spending for Health Care Services 3. Health Savings Accounts and Preventive Health Care 4. State Child Health Insurance Program Past, Present, and Future 5. Implications of the Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act on Cancer Patients UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES & ACTIVITIES Chair; International Affairs Committee, College of Health and Public Affairs, academic year Member; Research Incentive Awards Committee, College of Health and Public Affairs, academic year Advisor; Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society, Department of Health Management & Informatics, since Sept. 7, 2011 Member; Instructor Promotion Committee, Department of Health Management & Informatics, academic year Member; Undergraduate Research Council, University of Central Florida, academic year Member; Department Chair Search Committee, Department of Health Management & Informatics, academic year
6 Member; Diversity Committee, College of Health and Public Affairs, academic year Member; International Affairs Committee, College of Health and Public Affairs, academic year Member; Graduate Advisory Search Committee, Department of Health Management & Informatics, appointed Feb. 15, 2011 Member; Associate Graduate Faculty, College of Graduate Studies, Dec. 9, 2010 COMMUNITY SERVICES Member; Seminole County Medical Alliance, January 2011 current. President; Seminole County Medical Alliance, December 2009 January Member on the Board of Directors; Executive Committee, Seminole County Medical Society Foundation, January 2010 January Member; Florida Medical Association Alliance, 2008 current. American University of Beirut; Secretary for the Faculty of Health Sciences Alumni Chapter: served until July 2001, membership of 300 students. Lebanese Red Cross; General member, social and community work, LANGUAGES Proficient in English, French, and Arabic.