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1 Biennial Report The Sloan Program in Health Administration Preparing Future Leaders for a Changing Environment through Campus and Industry Collaborations

2 Sloan Program Sesquicentennial Scholarship Campaign Committee Michael J. Dandorph 95, Chair, Executive Vice President, Rush Medical Center Percy Allen II 75, Retired President & CEO, Bon Secours Baltimore Health System Michael W. Azzara 71, Senior Consultant, Foley Proctor Yoskowitz LLC Reginald M. Ballantyne III 67, Senior Strategic Officer, Tenet Healthcare Mark T. Bertolini 84, Chairman, President, & CEO, Aetna Andrew W. Dahl 70, Senior Vice President-Innovation, Recondo Technology Lee H. Perlman 82, Executive Vice President-Administration, Greater New York Hospital Association Nancy M. Schlichting 79, CEO, Henry Ford Health System Table of Contents Messages from the Director and Dean 2 Innovative Interdisciplinary Collaborations 3 Connecting with Industry Leaders 5 Full Time/Adjunct Faculty 7 Executives-in-Residence 10 News from Campus/Alumni Notes 11 Student News & Profiles 13 Internships and Graduate Placement 14 President Aaron Mitra 01 ( ) Principal Health Strategies and Solutions, Inc. Philadelphia, PA President-Elect Daniel M. Grauman 80 ( ) DGA Partners Bala Cynwyd, PA Immediate Past President Michael J. Dandorph 95 ( ) Executive Vice President Rush Medical Center Chicago, IL Treasurer Alan Lieber 82 ( ) President, Overlook Medical Center Vice President, Atlantic Health System Summit, NJ Student Association Presidents Andrew D. Ritz 14 Ty Siam 13 Dave Lotterer 12 Members Peter D. Banko 92 ( ) St. Vincent Health System Little Rock, AR Peter U. Bergmann 98 ( ) Sisters of Charity Hospital Buffalo, NY Jeffrey S. Bokser 01 ( ) Vice President NY Presbyterian Hospital New York, NY Arnaub Chatterjee 07 ( ) Associate Director, Health Information Partnerships Merck Boston, MA Craig Cimini 08 ( ) Director, Client Informatics Cigna Corporation Hartford, CT Justin Davis 99 ( ) CEO Moses Taylor Hospital Community Health Systems Scranton, PA Sloan Alumni Association Executive Board Members Roger Fitch 66 ( ) Retired Healthcare Executive Holden, MA Ken Hanover 75 ( ) CEO PrezioHealth Madison Heights, MI Shuchi Kumra Wadhwani 01 ( ) Director, Reliant Medical Group Worcester, MA Dr. Andre L. Lee 72 ( ) Leeway Health Education Foundation Southfield, MI Pranav Mehta 01 ( ) Senior Vice President, Products Harvard-Pilgrim Healthcare Quincy, MA Rachel Miller 94 ( ) Principal, Healthcare Deloitte Consulting, LLP New York, NY Terry O Brien 70 ( ) O Brien Healthcare Consulting Purchase, NY Marty Sherman 75 ( ) Former Healthcare Management Consultant Medfield, MA Heidi Steeves, 89 ( ) Department Administrator Kaiser/NW Permanente Portland, OR Dr. Shravan Subramanyam 05 ( ) Director, Marketing (Asia Pacific) and Director, Commercial Operations (Korea/ Japan) Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics Liebe Meier Swain 08 ( ) Strategic Planning Manager Cayuga Medical Center Ithaca, NY Lauren E. Yedvab 94 ( ) Senior Vice President New York Methodist Hospital Brooklyn, NY Message from the Director Dear Friends and Colleagues, Welcome to the Sloan Program in Health Administration at Cornell and our biennial report for This report outlines some of our recent accomplishments, news and developments. As we approach our 6 th decade, we are committed to training future health care leaders to be successful in a period of unprecedented change. This commitment starts with our outstanding faculty and students, of whom we could not be prouder. In addition, we continue to build relationships with other units across Cornell and with industry leaders. We are particularly excited about new potential opportunities at Cornell s recently established New York Tech campus. Our alumni are also a major strength of the program. They help with mentoring and fostering a robust program of practical learning that includes colloquia, internships, capstone projects, our Doug Brown Executive-in-Residence program, and practitioner led intensive courses (PLICS) taught by alumni and other experts. Our graduates work in a wide variety of areas ranging from health systems and consulting to insurance, pharmaceuticals, banking and advocacy organizations. Placement rates and organizations have been outstanding. We are fortunate to enjoy the strong support of the Department of Policy Analysis and Management (PAM) our home department and the College of Human Ecology, where PAM is located. This fall marked the opening of the newly renovated Sloan wing on the 3rd floor of MVR Hall, which now combines offices, conference rooms, individual and group student work rooms in a centralized location for the program. Thank you to all of you who have contributed in a variety of ways to help make Sloan a strong program. Sincerely, William White, Ph.D. Professor and Director, Sloan Program in Health Administration The College is proud of Sloan s achievements and pleased with our investments in Sloan which helped contribute to its strong trajectory. We are especially excited about the official opening of the new Sloan Program wing, which centralizes facilities for students, executives in residence, faculty, and the program leadership. The College is strongly committed to the Sloan Program s continued growth and devel opment and we look forward to continuing to work with our Sloan colleagues. Sincerely, Alan D. Mathios, Rebecca Q. and James C. Morgan Dean College of Human Ecology Message from the Dean

3 Innovative Interdisciplinary Collaborations Preparing Students for a Complex Operating Environment Sloan and A Great Partnership Sloan has been collaborating with the Entrepreneurship Program for over a decade. Examples include: a Clark Professorship in entrepreneurship; a Zalaznick Award; nearly 20 interdisciplinary panels at entrepreneurship conferences; speakers on business planning; opportunities to foster inter-school relationships like a joint Sloan-Hotel course with NYSE companies Brookdale (BKD) and Health Care REIT (HCN); Entrepreneurship Network speaking and networking; chances to work with other departments on projects; and internships. Examples of recent entrepreneurally-minded students who benefited include: Anna Ng 11, who was the first MHA ever accepted as a of Michigan Medical Innovation Fellow, where she and her team won 1st for best presentation and 2nd overall out of 45 teams in a new business competition she then co-founded a medical device company. Meghan Corcoran 12 who, while still a student, took first prize as part of Team CTIS at the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge. Joseph Wu 12 who, as a student, developed a new app for a local assisted living entrepreneur. Sloan and Johnson collaborate in many areas, including a dual MBA/MHA, which students can complete in 24 months. Other collaborations include teaching and speaking at the Healthcare Association of NY State (HANYS)-Cornell Academy for Healthcare Leadership Development, making courses available for students at each school, coordinating selected employer recruiting sessions and partnering on HANYS - Cornell Academy panelist Joe Tasse 79 shares insights as CEO of multiple hospitals during session at Johnson Working Together: Sloan and The Johnson Graduate School of Management health-related student interest groups. In addition, Associate Dean Randy Allen Deloitte Consulting s first female partner runs workshops on case-based interviewing for Sloan students. Amy, 88 & Sloan 92, and Andrew Horrocks MBA 92, recently set up a scholarship fund which will prioritize dual MHA/MBA students. Sloan thanks Amy and Andrew for their generous support of our efforts to provide innovative opportunities with Johnson. Sloan-Hotel School Alliance The growing emphasis on patient/ family experience is creating strong incentives for hospitals to consider ideas from the hospitality industry to improve services and facilities in order to drive both improved perceptions of care and actual outcomes. New HCAHPS surveys include patient satisfaction and quality measures, for which failure could be very costly. Further, the data is now available for the public at www. Eliminating reimbursement for 30 day post-discharge re-admissions and Accountable Care approaches are causing a reassessment of relationships across the continuum, including post-acute care and even medical hotels for transitional stays. To address this, we offer a joint Sloan-Hotel senior living course, and have Hotel faculty teaching courses and Hotel electives. Other joint activities include multiple roundtables, a variety of student capstone projects, joint hospitality/health panels at the Cornell Entrepreneurship conference, research, joint faculty/practitioner presentations at conferences such as the Hospitality Research Summit, the Academic Medical Consortium, and senior living meetings. We have also worked on collaborative articles. A recent example is, Applica- Cornell NYC Tech Located across the river from the Weill-Cornell NYP complex on Roosevelt Island, the new Cornell NYC Tech campus is the result of winning an international competition sponsored by New York City. It represents an extraordinary opportunity with committed funding from private donors and the City of New York already nearing $1 Billion. Dean Alan Mathios is on the governance committee, and Sloan Director Will White was part of the team that wrote the winning grant tions of Hospitality to Hospitals, published in The Journal of Healthcare Management. Recent campus speakers have included successful hospitality trained executives in a variety of leadership roles in traditional and entrepreneurial businesses involving hospitals, senior living, telemedicine, medical travel, patient transportation, home health and other healthcare settings. NYPresbyterian/ Weill-Cornell Medical Center Sloan has strong and growing relationships with the NYP/Weill Cornell Medical Campus, including multiple capstone project teams and interns working with the medical complex (3 Weill and 2 at NYP in 2013 alone); our biennial Weill/NYP intersession trips and seminars for the entire Sloan student body; campus speakers; joint panels; and Weill-Rogers Colloquium simulcasts. Additional collaborative work includes Hotel School faculty working with Sloan Students to assist the Department of Neurological Surgery with patient satisfaction, Weill IT faculty coming to Ithaca to teach at Sloan, and an epidemiology course offered by Nutritional Sciences for Weill and Sloan students. We have also placed a number of interns with Weill s NIH funded Clinical Translational Science Center, recently renewed with a $49.6 million grant. entry and is involved in curriculum development. Given that one of the three focal hubs for the new campus will be technology applications for Healthier Life, there will be many prospects for collaboration. One entrepreneur-in-residence is the former CTO for Twitter, and there are a variety of NYC-based entrepreneurs involved. Professor Deborah Estrin, Maria Papola, Sloan 95, SVP Institute Operations, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute leading a course on Health Facility Planning Sloan/Design & Environmental Analysis (DEA) Joint Courses Many graduates will eventually be called to work on a facility project. Sloan and DEA course offerings help prepare them to both better tackle such challenges and to be exposed to cutting edge research in Evidence-Based-Design (EBD). Sloan students have the option to take the Sloan Program course on the fundamentals of health facility planning, co-taught by Sloan s Broooke Hollis and Maria Papola, Sloan 95, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) SVP of Institute Operations. The course also taps other industry experts plus Design & Environmental Analysis (DEA) faculty. It further involves site visits moving from simple facility examples to more complex healthcare organizations. Additional collaborative offerings include those by DEA faculty members Frank Becker, Ph.D., Co-Chair of the Research Coalition of the Center for Health Design, and Rana Zadeh, MArch, Ph.D, among others. Another joint initiative between Sloan and DEA faculty was the development of a new online certificate series with Cornell affiliate ecornell. Sloan/DEA course webcast clip: Ph.D. is another example of the kind of outstanding new faculty members Cornell NYC Tech seeks to attract. In addition to her strong academic credentials, she founded a startup called Open mhealth two years ago. Her latest work involves using individuals own data to better manage their health. Cornell s New NYC Tech Campus

4 Connecting with Industry Leaders Gaining insights on adapting to change Sloan, Henry Ford, and Hotel School Affiliation Agreement Yields New Opportunities One of the multiple HFHS hospital campuses Sloan, Human Ecology, and the Hotel School continue to explore collaborative opportunities with Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), building upon the formal affiliation signed in To date, the affiliation has resulted in HFHS hosting interns, Capstone teams, and a Fellow, as well as an interdisciplinary work session exploring areas for research and educational collaboration with faculty from Sloan, Nutritional Sciences, Design & Environmental Analysis, and the Center for Hospitality Research. In addition, CEO Nancy Schlichting, Sloan 79, has given lectures and hosted a leadership session on campus and Gerard van Grinsven, a former Ritz-Carlton Vice President and founding CEO of HFHS s innovative Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, has spoken at multiple campus events and is a member of the inaugural Advisory Council of the Division of Nutritional Sciences. For the academic year, Sloan was honored to have the founder of one of the leading hospital advisory organizations, Quint Studer, generously share his insights and newly released research in a custom webinar which was made available to Sloan alumni, students and faculty. This was the kick-off for a new Sloan Alumni Association initiative. Other recent collaborations include a visit to campus by Mr. Studer to speak to students and a subsequent workshop presented by Julie O Shaughnessy, a Cornell Human Ecology graduate, who is also one of Studer Group s long-time client coaches. Given the success of the workshop, Quint graciously worked with Sloan leadership to develop a special course on driving quality and organizational improvement. He was joined by his colleague, Dr. Michael Harris, Mt. Sinai Medical School faculty member and Chief of Surgery and Surgical Services at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. In his course, Quint shared many of the techniques that have helped their clients score significantly higher on the Medicare mandated HCAHPS measurements, while Dr. Harris brought an important physician perspective on implementing Studer and other techniques. Quint also used an innovative technique to reach out to students after his time on campus recording a DVD of advice and responses to questions students posed Roundtables Bring Industry, Faculty, and Students Together Working with the Center for Hospitality Research, Sloan has offered a Senior Living Roundtable and a Hospitality and Healthcare Roundtable, where selected industry leaders and faculty discuss emerging issues. Participants included successful hotel industry executives and entrepreneurs who now work in healthcare, including: John Rijos 75, Operating Partner for a health private equity firm; alumnus John DeHart 96, CEO of Nurse Next Door Home Care Services and 2006 Ernst & Young Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year Award; the CEO of Hyatt s subsidiary Vi; investment bankers, executives from Ritz-Carlton, Penn Medicine, Stanford, New York - Presbyterian, Cleveland Clinic, Health Care REIT, and other leading organizations. In addition to facilitated discussions, the sessions have had student/faculty/ industry teams work on developing new ideas for services and technology. Studer Group Leaders Lecture, Teach Course, Workshop, and Offer Webinar Studer Group Founder - Quint Studer on their exams. Additionally, the Sloan Program thanks Quint for his generosity and long-standing support of AUPHA and healthcare management education. On-Campus Workshops, Colloquia, and Working Lunches Sloan brings a wide variety of alumni and non-alumni leaders to campus to connect and share insights with students and faculty. The list includes leaders of organizations ranging from CEOs of smaller critical access hospitals, hospice/homecare or related agencies, to multiple CEOs of major health systems and leaders of both local and international public health and health policy related groups. Students also interacted with Presidents/CEOs of private sector firms including medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, health IT firms, national insurers, regional health plans, and partners/leaders of consulting firms from boutique to global. Others included a Fortune 500 company CEO involved in lobbying for payment reform, a life sciences innovation center CEO, partners of private equity firms, investment bankers, healthcare facility and product designers, biomedical inventors and heads of a variety of entrepreneurial firms. Speakers during this period have encompassed multiple Modern Healthcare Hall of Fame, Top 100, Top 25, Up and Comer etc. inductees, and a variety of leaders from NAHSE, ACHE, MGMA/ ACMPE, and other groups. Intersession Trips and Symposia Among the various ways that Sloan connects with industry and policy makers are via our annual January trips to either Washington DC or New York City s NYPresbyterian (NYP)-Weill Cornell Medical Center complex, which also includes the affiliated Hospital for Special Surgery, Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Rockefeller and Hospital. These trips provide first hand exposure to both management and policy issues. In NYC, Sloan students stay in Helmsley Medical Tower attending seminars and networking receptions with leaders from NYP, Weill Cornell Medical College, and various affiliated organizations. The students and faculty also participate in NYP s acclaimed Patient Safety Friday briefings and team rounding programs for first hand experiences throughout the hospital. The Washington DC health policy trip involves a series of briefings, seminars, a reception and the opportunity to interact with policy makers, hospital leaders, alumni leaders, health-related advocacy groups and to visit Capitol Hill. Speakers have included Rep. Pete Stark, long-time chair of the Ways & Means Subcommittee on Health, officials from the Federal Trade Commission, leaders of the AMA, AHA, payer associations, Kaiser, medical specialty societies, AARP, GAO, MGMA, key committee and House/Senate staff, Federation of American Hospitals, and the head of Public Citizen s Health Research Group. Practitioner Led Courses Sloan augments its regular curriculum with a wide variety of specialty practitioner led intensive courses that bring in experts to share insights and learning opportunities. Many involve case projects, role-playing/simulated negotiations and using actual data sets to approach cost control problems. A small sample of topics follows: Healthcare Supply Chain Management with Lee Perlman 82 with 5-7 visiting faculty from Nexera Consulting. Physician Management Relations/ Negotiations with Joseph Regan, MD, and former hospital CEO and insurance executive Jeff Bastable 74. Collaborative Approaches to Quality, Safety, and Service - Robert Lancey, MD, MBA shares his insights and suggestions for working with management/physicians. Cayuga Medical Center CEO conducts seminar Leaders Share Insights on ACOs and Exchanges Executive Dean Emeritus, George Washington School of Public Health, Richard Southby 67, moderated a panel made up of a group of industry leaders in Alan Lieber 70, president of Overlook Medical Center, and VP of Atlantic Health System provided a view of life working with their two Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), and a rapidly expanding group of acquired/employed physician groups. Pranav Mehta 01 SVP of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and former President/CEO of the Wellmark Health Plan of Iowa provided insights as a payer working on exchanges. Peter Banko 92 CEO of the multi-hospital St. Vincent s Health System, shared insights from working with their Governor on payment reform initiatives and their own innovations including evaluating a domestic medical travel model that would contract with major corporations to send their patients from around the country for certain high quality/low cost services.

5 Sloan Faculty Sloan Faculty Sloan s Academic Home The Sloan Program is located in the Department of Policy Analysis and Management (PAM) in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell. Sloan faculty are part of a community of distinguished scholars in PAM working in the areas of health policy, family and social policy, regulatory policy and demography. The philosophy of the College and Department is to encourage interdisciplinary research and collaborative teaching. All the departments of the College of Human Ecology have faculty doing research and teaching that involve aspects of health. Examples include the development of new materials for biomedical devices, neuroscience, behavioral research, design and evaluation of healthcare facilities, gerontology, health policy, nutrition and global health. Sloan and many of the other programs in the College have strong ties with other parts of Cornell and the Weill-Cornell/NY Presbyterian Hospital System. Will White Professor and Sloan Director AB Haverford College PhD Harvard The Growth and Impact of Managed Care in Hospital and Physician Markets: Design of Health Care Reimbursement Systems, Health Care Antitrust, and Health Insurance Reform Microeconomics for Health Care, and Challenges and Trends in Health Services Provider Concentration in Markets for Physician Services for Patients with Traditional Medicare, with S. Kleiner and S. Lyons in Health Management, Policy and Innovations, 2012 Don Kenkel Professor and Co- Director of the Institute on Health Economics, Health Behaviors and Disparities BA of Kentucky PhD of Chicago The Economics of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Smoking Prevention; Cigarette and Food Advertising; Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Pharmaceutical Products Health Economics and Public Health Who Pays Cigarette Taxes? The Impact of Consumer Price Search, with P. DeCicca and F. Liu in the Review of Economics and Statistics, 2013 Andrea Parrott Professor BA State of New York Plattsburgh PhD Cornell Women s Health; Human Sexuality; Violence against Women; Medical Ethics Health Care Ethics; Human Sexuality; and Violence against Women 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, 2009 John Cawley Professor and Co- Director of the Institute on Health Economics, Health Behaviors and Disparities AB Harvard ; PhD of Chicago The Economics of Obesity, including the Effect of Body Weight on Labor Market Outcomes; Role of Body Weight in Adolescent Behavior; Obesity Treatments and Preventions Advanced Health Economics The Medical Care Costs of Obesity: An Instrumental Variables Approach, with C. Meyerhoefer in Journal of Health Economics, 2012 Sean Nicholson Professor AB Dartmouth College PhD of Wisconsin The Value of New Medical Technologies; Benefits of Physician Specialization; Effect of Financial Incentives on Physicians Treatment Decisions; Causes of Autism Health Finance US Physician Practices Spend Nearly Four Times as Much Money Interacting with Health Plans and Payers than Do Their Canadian Counterparts with D. Morra, W. Levinson, D.N. Gans, T. Hammons, and L.P. Casalino in Health Affairs, 2011 Sharon Tennyson Professor BA of California, Los Angeles PhD Northwestern Economic Policy in Financial Markets; Consumer Protection Regulation in Insurance Markets; Insurance Fraud Insurance and Risk Management; Regulation The Effect of Prescription Withdrawals on the Use of Competitor Drugs: The Case of Vioxx, with J. M. Collins and K. Simon in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2011 John Kuder Professor Emeritus (actively teaching) BA Drake ; PhD of Michigan Public Policy; Managed Care; Health Program Evaluation; Health Decision Making and Access for at-risk Populations Capstone 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 Sam Kleiner Assistant Professor BA Northwestern PhD Carnegie Mellon Hospitals and Health Care Providers; Performance Measurement; Labor Relations Health Policy and Health Economics Do Strikes Kill? Evidence from New York State with J. Gruber in American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2012 Background: Photo of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall (MVR), home of the Sloan Program 7 8

6 Sloan Faculty Nicolas R. Ziebarth Assistant Professor BSc Hubuldt- Berlin PhD TU Berlin Applied Health and Labor Economics Health Care Organizations Analyzing Regional Variation in Health Care Utilization Using (Rich) Household Microdata with P. Eibich in Health Policy (Special Issue: Geographic variation in health care: 40 years of small area variation), Hyuncheol (Bryant) Kim Assistant Professor MD Yonsei PhD Columbia Impact of and Behavioral Responses to Health Information and Programs; Effect of Fetal and Early Childhood Condition on Long-Term Health and Socio-Economic Outcomes Global Health Policy and Economics. The Effect of the Increase in Tobacco Price on Adolescent Smoking in Korea Smoking Reduction and Brand Switching with K. Cho, S. Kwon, and J. Lim in Health and Social Welfare Review, Background: Photo of recently completed Human Ecology Building, connected to MVR Hall. Colleen Carey Assistant Professor BA Yale PhD Johns Hopkins Health Economics; Industrial Organization; Applied Micro The Affordable Care Act Has Led to Significant Gains in Health Insurance and Access to Care for Young Adults with B.D. Sommers, T. Buchmueller, S.L. Decker, and R. Kronick in Health Affairs, 2013 (Colleen is currently on leave as Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar) IN PRINT Our faculty have been published in leading journals including: American Economic Journal: Economic Policy American Economic Review American Journal of Managed Care Health Affairs Health Economics Health Management, Policy and Innovations Health Services Research Journal of Business Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Journal of Economic Perspectives Journal of Health Administration Education Journal of Healthcare Management Journal of Health Economics Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law Journal of Human Resources Journal of Political Economy Journal of the American Medical Association Medical Care Milbank Quarterly New England Journal of Medicine Review of Economics and Statistics Social Sciences and Medicine RESEARCH FUNDING Faculty have received grants from many external funding sources including: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Atlantic Philanthropies Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Merck Foundation National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAA) National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation U.S. Department of Labor Adjunct Faculty Henry Allen, JD, MPA/HHSA Course: Legal Aspects of Health Care Jeff Bastable, MBA/HHSA Course: Physician Management Relations/Negotiations Arnaub Chatterjee, MPA, MHA Course: Big Data in Healthcare Julie Carmalt, PhD Courses: Challenges and Trends in Health Care; Population Health for Health Managers Rich Curtis, MBA Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management Course: Finance I Andrew Dahl, MPA/HHSA, ScD Course: Leading Strategic Change in Health Care Organizations Carter Dredge, MHA Course: Alternative Payments in Healthcare: Best Practices and Biggest Pitfalls Scott Erickson, PhD Course: Marketing for Health Care Mangers Nick Fabrizio, PhD Course: Organizational Development & Human Resources in Health Care Organizations Thomas Evans, PhD Course: Regression Analysis and Managerial Forecasting Michael Harris, MD Course: Improving Organizational and Clinical Outcomes in Healthcare Organizations Brooke Hollis, MBA/HHSA, MArch & UD Courses: Healthcare Facility Planning for Managers/ Entrepreneurs; Planning and Operations of Senior Living and Related Facilities (joint with Hotel School) Robert Lancey, MD, MBA Course: Collaborative Approaches to Quality, Safety, and Service for Patients Frank Niro, MBA/HHSA, CPA Course: Strategic and Business Planning for Healthcare Professionals Natasha Niro, MAIS Course: Strategic and Business Planning for Healthcare Professionals Chris O Connor, MBA Course: Healthcare Supply Chain Management Kieke Okma, PhD Course: Comparative Health Systems Maria Papola, MHA Course: Healthcare Facility Planning for Managers/Entrepreneurs Lee Perlman, MBA/HHSA Course: Healthcare Supply Chain Management Joshua Richardson, PhD Weill Medical College Course: Health IT Joseph Reagan, MD Course: Physician Management Relations/Negotiations Warren Schlesinger, MBA Course: Health Care Accounting John Sganga, MPA Course: Healthcare Supply Chain Management Quint Studer, MS Course: Improving Organizational and Clinical Outcomes in Healthcare Organizations Mark Talbert, MPS School of Hotel Administration Course: Desktop and Modeling Solutions Rohit Verma, PhD School of Hotel Administration Course: Healthcare Resource Management and Quality Improvement Michael Weidner, MBA/HHSA Course: Long-Term Care and Lifestyle Alternatives for the Older Adult Executives in Residence Sloan alumni established the Doug Brown Executive in Residence (EIR) Fund to help support efforts to bring accomplished leaders in the field back to campus for lectures and for one-on-one work with students. Beyond our Colloquium Series and other outside speakers, this helps to provide concentrated periods of discussion of real-world experiences and counsel from practitioners in a variety of areas of the health field. The program started with one EIR annually, and has evolved to 2 overlapping teams of 2 EIRs -- with 4 EIRs working in any given year. Their activities include career counseling, mock interviews, feedback and advice as students consider job opportunities and career planning. Many EIRs have developed courses that provide valuable additional electives for students Harry Dorman III, Sloan 74, recently retired as President and CEO of Alice Peck Day Hospital in New Hampshire. He formerly served in leadership roles at of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center and in hospitals in Pennsylvania and Detroit. Alan Stoll, Sloan 70, President and CEO of TWM and Affiliates, former Chair of the American College of Medical Practice Executives, Executive Director of UMass Memorial Medical Group and Executive Vice-President of the Fallon Healthcare System Alexander Sandy Williams III, Sloan 63, Partner, Witt Kieffer, former SVP and deputy to president of the AHA, CEO of Episcopal Health Services, a NY State multi-hospital system; EVP of St. Luke s-roosevelt Hospital (NYC) and COO, of Michigan Hospitals. Percy Allen II, Sloan 75, is the recipient of major awards from Modern Healthcare, ACHE, NAHSE and AHA. He has been CEO at a number of hospitals, most recently Bon Secours Baltimore Health System. 10

7 News from Campus New Sloan Wing Completed A total reconstruction has just been completed on the 3rd floor wing of Martha van Rensselaer (MVR) Hall. As the new centralized home of Sloan, the space now provides student group project and individual work spaces, EIR and faculty offices, meeting rooms and Sloan leadership offices. Sloan thanks the leadership of the College of Human Ecology and Policy Analysis and Management for their vision and support for this important project. Sloan Faculty Set Up New Institute The Institute for Health Economics, Health Behaviors and Disparities was established with the support of the Cornell College of Human Ecology and is co-directed by Sloan faculty members, Dr. John Cawley and Dr. Donald Kenkel. Its goal is to support and strengthen the intellectual community at Cornell, studying health economics, and in particular the economics of health behaviors. Both Cawley and Kenkel are well known for their work on the economics of health behaviors, disease prevention and health promotion. Cawley is also a past winner of the Thompson Prize from AUPHA. A committee made up of a group of distinguished Sloan alumni is working with Alumni Affairs and Development on a multi-million dollar fundraising initiative for student scholarships. While Sloan attracts many outstanding students, the competition for the most talented students continues to increase. The SPSS Campaign will make a significant impact over time helping attract the best and brightest students. Sloan looks forward to the generosity of alumni and friends during this initiative and thanks those who have already made commitments to the Campaign. To learn more about SPSS and how you can participate, visit the Sloan Program s website. 11 Students meet and gather in the newly renovated Sloan wing Sloan Program Sesquicentennial Scholarship (SPSS) Campaign Recent Modern Healthcare Magazine Honorees Percy Allen II, Sloan 75, a current Executive-in-Residence (EIR), has garnered numerous awards throughout his highly regarded career. He was inducted into the Modern Healthcare Hall of Fame in 2011, a recognition that honors a very small group of individuals who have made outstanding contributions to healthcare in the US and around the world. In 2006, he received the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) President s Award and was inducted into the NAHSE Hall of Fame. Mark Bertolini, Sloan 84, the President, Chairman, and CEO of Aetna, was named the second most influential person in health care by Modern Healthcare in 2012 and again on the top 6 in Prior to joining Aetna, Mr. Bertolini held senior executive positions at Cigna, NYLCare Health Plans, and Select- Care, Inc., where he served as President and CEO. In addition to returning for multiple lectures and meetings with students on campus, Mark also serves on the SPSS campaign leadership and has served on the College of Human Ecology Dean s Advisory Committee. Nancy Schlichting, Sloan 79, was recently named, again, to the Top 25 Women in Healthcare and as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare. The CEO of Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), Nancy s organization has received many awards including a recent US Presidential Baldrige quality award and the Eisenberg award from the Joint Commission/NQF. Among her many roles with Sloan, she is on the SPSS campaign committee, is a past president of the Sloan Alumni Association (SAA), and has sponsored a leadership breakfast and held a dinner with students and faculty at ACHE. Sean Sondej, Sloan 03, was identified by Modern Healthcare Journal as the youngest Up and Comer in He began his career in the healthcare industry as an administrative fellow at Duke Health System and has remained there. Mr. Sondej is currently the Associate Vice President, responsible for over 1200 people in operations that generate nearly $800 million in revenue. Sean was a leader even while he was a student, having been elected as president of the Sloan Student Association (SSA). Alumni Notes Sloan attempts to provide a broad health management education so our graduates can pursue many different career paths. This provides a small sampling of some recent alumni advancements/ updates, listed in order of class year s Andy Dahl, Sc.D., Sloan 70, recently became the Senior Vice President of Innovation, Recondo Technology, Modern Healthcare s 2013 #1 Hottest Company. He has served in a variety of entrepreneurial and other positions including CEO of Evolution Benefits and CEO of IVF America/ IntegraMed, which he helped take public. Ken Hanover, Sloan 75, recently took over as CEO of private equity backed PrezioHealth. He was previously CEO of a number of multi-hospital systems and also helped create the merged Lahey Health System, where he was EVP and Chief Strategy Officer. Patrick Wardell, Sloan 79, recently took over as CEO of Cambridge Health Alliance, an integrated system comprised of two hospitals and an extensive primary care network that is part of the Harvard teaching system. Prior positions have included President/CEO of hospitals in Michigan and in New York City s Don Corcoran, Sloan 82, recently took over as Chief of Staff/Director of Operations at AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals. Before joining AZ he was the founder of an entrepreneurial biopharmaceutical company that is now known as Mirati Therapeutics with a NASDAQ listing. Penny Mills, Sloan 82, recently was appointed Executive Vice President/CEO at American Society of Addiction Medicine. Penny has long been involved at the interface between policy, advocacy and consulting in the Washington area. Prior positions include serving VP positions at Avalere Health and American College of Cardiology. Jerry Berg, Sloan 86, recently joined RBC Capital Markets as Managing Director. Continuing a long career in finance and investment banking, Jerry was previously in senior positions with Morgan Stanley, UBS Investment Bank, and similar organizations. Robert Ritz, Sloan 87, recently took over as President of Mercy Medical Center the largest hospital in Iowa. Previously, he was President/CEO of St. John s Hospital and Division President of Hospital Sisters Health System, and CEO of hospitals in Connecticut and West Virginia s Wyatt Gotbetter, Sloan 92, recently joined The Boston Consulting Group as Project Leader. He has held (continued) various management positions including Director of New Product Commercialization at Biogen Idec, and senior roles at Boston Scientific Corp., Decision Resources, Inc., Abt Associates and Nervewire, Inc. Mike Dandorph, Sloan 95, recently became Executive VP of Rush Medical Center and Executive Director of Rush Hospitals in Chicago. Prior to accepting his new position, he was Senior Vice President of of Pennsylvania Health System. In 2012, Maria Papola, Sloan 95, was promoted to Senior Vice President, Institute Operations at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA. Previously, Papola held senior management positions at Saint Vincent s in New York City and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center s Jean Ahn, Sloan 00, recently took over as Vice President of Strategic Planning and Business Development Baystate Health in Massachusetts. Previously, she spent many years in leadership roles at Yale New Haven Health System. Jeffrey S. Bokser, Sloan 01, was recently promoted to Vice President at NewYork-Presbyterian-The Hospital of Columbia and Cornell. Prenav Mehta, Sloan 01, recently became Senior Vice President of Product Development at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. Before accepting this position, he was President of Wellmark Health Plan of Iowa and served in other senior positions with Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield (NJ). Rebecca Fishman, Sloan 03, recently became Operations & Special Projects Director of non-partisan, nonprofit WASH Advocates in Washington DC. Prior to her current position, she worked as a Global Health Officer at the UN Foundation. She started her career working in academic medical centers at NYU and Mt. Sinai, switching to global health with NGOs in India and Argentina. Nate Shinagawa, 05, Sloan 09, won the Democratic Congressional primary for New York s 23 rd District. He then nearly won one of the closest US House races, despite spending a fraction of the monies spent by his incumbent opponent. Nate has returned to Guthrie Health System as the Administrative Director. He also continues as the Vice Chair of the Tompkins County Legislature. Carter Dredge, Sloan 11, recently took on a new position as the Director of Healthcare Transformation at the 20+ hospital Intermountain Healthcare system. During his prior position with Peter Banko 92, CEO of St. Vincent Health System, Carter was on loan to the Governor s office to help design the state s new payment system. 12

8 On the Move Student News and Profiles Students Excel in Case Competitions Participants in Yale s Graduate Consulting Club Case Competition acted as consultants, analyzing a management case judged by leading consulting firms. Sloan Associates was selected from 45 teams that applied, which included Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Columbia, and MIT and advanced to the finals, finishing 4th overall. Sloan students had a strong finish in a recent NAHSE Everett V. Fox Case Competition and won $3,000 in scholarships by finishing 4th overall. Students additionally competed in the UAB Case Competition and won an Honorable Mention. Sloan MHAs - Undergraduate Schools Arizona, Auburn, Baylor, Brandeis, Brigham Young, Colorado, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Emory, Florida, Georgetown, Hobart & William Smith, Indiana, Lafayette, Loyola, Maryland, McGill (CAN), Miami, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oregon State, Ottawa (CAN), Pedderdine, Purdue, Queens (CAN), Rochester, St. Bonaventure, State of New York, Syracuse, Texas, Tsinghua Law School (CHN), Tulane, of London (UK), of Southern California, Utah, Wake Forest, Washington, Wellesley, Whittier, and Wisconsin. Notable Achievements/Awards Received by Sloan Students Valedictorian Marriott School of Management-Brigham Young, multiple Phi Beta Kappa, Magna/Summa Cum Laude, Phi Eta Sigma, Golden Key, etc. laureates, Boyd, Winston, NAHSE, MGMA/Bacharach, IBM-Thomas Watson, Aon-Hewitt, US Navy, and Merck scholarships, Presidential/Dean s scholars, Board of Trustees Student elected (Wellesley), Health 2.0 Developer Award, Under 40 Award winner, youngest county legislator, student body and living unit presidents, various elected community/university advisory board positions, NCAA athletes, Junior Olympian and multiple team captains. Sloan Student Association (SSA) The Program is fortunate to have a very engaged and committed SSA Board. Among their activities this year are the development of a new strategic plan, a website to provide improved communications and resources, expanded community service opportunities and significant ramping up of the existing corporate relations program to facilitate a wider variety of student projects. The SSA also continues to sponsor opportunities for social activities and professional engagement in conjunction with Alumni Affairs & Development and the Sloan Alumni Association. In addition to a number of receptions and activities already completed over the summer and the fall, SSA is planning a reception/networking event in conjunction with the SAA Board meeting on campus, and organizing small dinners afterwards with Board members. Select Student Profiles Students meet with Mark O Hern 08, Executive Director at Children s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Alan Chernobilsky 15 - Emory Goizueta Business School, undergraduate; multiple years in financial services positions; EMT; Vice President Inter-Fraternity Council, living unit officer; First Year SSA Board. Emilie Gauvreau 14 - of Ottawa, Magna Cum Laude. Experience includes Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health, Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, Weber Shandwick Public Relations, and Nanos Research; accepted offer from KPMG Consulting. Rebecca Haft 14 - Cornell Policy Analysis & Management undergraduate elected to multiple honor societies; IBM Thomas Watson scholar. Prior work at pharmaceutical research/consulting firm ZS Associates; accepted an offer with Deloitte Consulting after having completed her 2013 internship there. Brooke Hammer 14 - Undergraduate work was at Vanderbilt and Cornell, where she had Dean s List and other honors. Prior work has included Provident Healthcare Partners, Mathematica Policy Research, and the Clinton Foundation. She has accepted an offer with MTS Health Partners, a Private Equity Group and Investment Bank in New York City. Isobel Handler 15 - Wellesley College undergraduate; living unit President, elected Student Wellesley Board of Trustees. Work experience includes: of Pittsburgh Medical Center, UPMC Health Plan, Mercer Health & Benefits. Andrew Ritz 14 - Magna Cum Laude undergraduate of Connecticut in business/healthcare management; Work experiences at multiple hospitals, President, Sloan Student Association; US Navy and Aon Hewitt scholarships; 2013 internship: Mass General Hospital, with continuing MGH projects. Navy Medical Service Corps Officer commission at graduation. Morgan Wharton 15 - Dartmouth undergraduate. Experience: Rockefeller Center for Policy, National Research Center of Women and Families, and Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice; Division I athlete and All-American Scholar Athlete. Internships American Society of Addiction Medicine Arnot Ogden Medical Center Beecher Carlson (Financial Advisors) Berkshire Healthcare System Brigham and Womens, Boston Cantor Fitzgerald (Investment Bank) Carol Corporation (Venture Backed Payment Reform Innovator) Chittenham Medical Center/ HCA Richmond Cohen Childrens/NSLIJ Cole Heatlthcare Weill Cornell Medical College Clinical & Translational Science Center (2) CTIS, Inc Curaspan (Health Technology -Boston) Deloitte Consulting (3) DGA Partners (Consulting) (7) Duke Medical Center (2) ECG Management Consultants. Seattle, WA Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, NY Emory Medical Center Ernst & Young, LLP/Philadelphia, PA Floating Hospital for Children/Tufts Medical Cancer Center FreemanWhite (Architecture/Consulting) (3) Froedtert Hospital/Medical College of WI Geisinger Health System, PA Greater New York Hospital Association (2) Guthrie Health System (4) Henry Ford Health System Henry Ford HS - Health Alliance Plan Hewitt Associates (Benefits Consulting) Highland Hospital Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian Homeland Center (Senior Living) Hôpital Régional de Sudbury (Canada) Kaiser Permanente Health System (2) Mass General Hospital (2) Ministry of Health Singapore Montefiore Medical Center Morristown Medical Center/Atlantic Health New York - Presbyterian/Weill Cornell (6) NSLIJ Health System NYU Langone Medical Center Overlook Hospital/Atlantic Health (3) Park Nicollet Health Services (Minneapolis) Partners Healthcare (2) Plante Moran (Consulting) Columbus OH PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Health Advisory Practice (3) Primary Healthcare Development Corporation NYC Provident Healthcare Partners Investment Banking Recondo Technologies Royal Ottawa Health Care Group Saint Luke s Health System, Kansas City Scripps Health (CA) Solucia Consulting Southlake Health Centre (Ontario) SUNY Upstate Medical Texas Children s Hospital The Pinnacle Group UNC Healthcare of North Carolina Hospital of Pennsylvania Health System (2) of Pittsburgh Medical Center VA VISN 6 Regional Headquarters (4) Valley Health System Weill Cornell Medical College (various departments) (8) Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield (2) ZS Associates (Pharma Consulting) Graduate Placement Aetna, Inc. Aurora Health System Care First Blue Cross Blue Shield (2) Carolinas HealthCare System Cayuga Medical Center Citibank Investment Banking Cleveland Clinic - Abu Dhabi Cleveland Clinic HQ - Cleveland Commerce House Deloitte Consulting (7) DGA Partners (5) Dignity Health (FKA Catholic Healthcare West) ECG Consulting eclinicalworks Emory Medical School Flushing Hospital Medical Center FreemanWhite Architects/Planners FTI Consulting Gaba Corporation - Japan GNYHA Ventures Guthrie Health System Health Sciences North - Canada Henry Ford Health System James Lovell Joint VA/DOD Federal Health Center Jersey City Medical Center / Liberty Health Johns Hopkins Medicine (3) Kaiser Permanente Health System Lutheran Medical Center Mercer Ministry of Health - Singapore Montifiore Medical Center NewYork-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical (2) Newton-Wellesley Hospital North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System (3) NYU Langone Medical Center PACE Healthcare Consulting PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Health Advisory Practice (5) PRTM Consulting Sloan-Kettering South Nassau Hospital St. Vincent Health System (3) Steward Healthcare Strong Memorial Hospital / of Rochester Medical Center Texas Children s Hospital The Advisory Board Company TriZetto of Michigan Medical Innovation Fellowship Program of Wisconsin Medical School of Chicago Medical Center of Minnesota Medical Center of Pennsylvania Law School / Master of Bio-Ethics (Medical School) VA Medical Center - Palo Alto Vanderbilt Medical Center Veterans Health Administration - Los Angeles Vynamic Consulting (2) Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield Westchester Medical Center - Advanced Physician Group The Sloan Program s Class of 2013

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