1 Satterwhite 2/14 ROBIN SATTERWHITE, MBA, ED.D., FACHE 505 Ave. R Residence: 806/ Shallowater, Texas Mobile: 806/ Business: 806/ EDUCATION Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas Ed.D., Higher Education Administration - August 2004 Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas M.B.A., Management - May 1997 Professional Study - Health Organization Management - May 1997 Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas B.B.A., Management Information Systems - August 1992 South Plains College, Levelland, Texas A.S., Business Administration - May 1990 Executive Leadership Education Texas Governor s Executive Development Program Class of XXXII 2013 Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Leadership Program 2009 EXPERIENCE TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, Lubbock, Texas School of Allied Health Sciences, Lubbock Dean and Professor July 2012 current Responsible for all academic and operational operations within the School of Allied Health Sciences. As the Dean and Chief Academic Officer, the position reports directly to the President of the university and works collaboratively with the collegial deans to provide recommendations to the president for overall university operations. The Dean is also responsible for the management of all resources necessary for the successful operations of eighteen different academic programs within the school with more than 1,300 students enrolled in a variety of undergraduate, masters, and doctoral-level programs. TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, Lubbock, Texas School of Allied Health Sciences, Lubbock Associate Dean for Learning Outcomes and Technologies May 2005 July 2012
2 Satterwhite, Page2 Responsible for the roles and activities as assigned by the Dean including interaction throughout the health sciences center for appropriate school representation and action. Serves as the primary liaison for SACS accreditation activities for the school as well as providing oversight for the development and evaluation of educational assessment for all academic programs within the school. The position is also responsible for the management and oversight of the Information Technology division of the School of Allied Health Sciences which aligns the overall School IT resources with the needs of the online educational programs as well as the traditional learning programs. Administrative and operational oversight of the IT services and activities that support the educational operations of the 18 different academic programs of the School of Allied Health Sciences as well as the administrative components of the school. Oversight and guidance for the successful grant awards of $2,914,413 from Health Resources and Services Administration within the School of Allied Health Sciences. Representative of the SOAHS on institutional committees such as the TTUHSC Space Utilization and Planning Committee. Serve as the SACS representative for the SOAHS including developing guidelines and direction for SACS reaffirmation for the TTUHSC. TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, Lubbock, Texas School of Allied Health Sciences, Lubbock Chair, Department of Clinic Administration and Rehabilitation Counseling May 2005 current Academic chair for a department comprised of three degree programs including healthcare management and rehabilitation counseling. The programs consist of 17 faculty/staff including 3 program directors and serve over 315 students. Academic, administrative, operational, and budgetary oversight of the three academic programs. Review curriculum and educational effectiveness of the academic programs. Established a faculty development program for the department encouraging faculty to pursue advanced degrees. Oversee accreditation and assessment of programs. Reviewed and oversaw the operations of a $750,000 educational grant received by the Rehabilitation Counseling Program. Review and approve admission policies and procedures. Review and oversee student issues including materials such as the student handbook and student grievances. Chairing Student Grievance committee as assigned. TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, Lubbock, Texas School of Allied Health Sciences, Lubbock
3 Program Director, Clinical Services Management Program Assistant Professor ( ), Department of Clinic Administration and Rehabilitation Counseling; Associate Professor (2009 Present) May 2005 June 2006 Satterwhite, Page3 Academic director for an online bachelor-level degree program in healthcare management. The program is designed to provide healthcare management education to traditional clinicians. The program has 4 faculty/staff and serves approximately 50 students. Academic, administrative, operational, and budgetary oversight. Realignment of program curriculum with educational objectives. Development of long-term care administrative track. Faculty appraisals and review of instructional effectiveness. Student advising and evaluation of overall academic performance of students. Developing a marketing plan for recruitment of students. Established a well-defined student advising and management methodology. TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, Odessa, Texas Regional Dean, School of Allied Health Sciences, Permian Basin Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, School of Allied Health Sciences January 1999 May 2005 Regional executive leader for the operations and budget of the Permian Basin regional campuses of the School of Allied Health Sciences. The campuses consisted of programs in Physical Therapy (MPT), Rehabilitation Sciences (MSRS - Online Program), Occupational Therapy (MOT), and Physician Assistant Studies (MSPA). The Regional Campus operated on a budget of approximately $1.4 million and employed 17 faculty/staff including two Program Directors and a Regional Program Director. The combined enrollment of the Regional Campus was approximately 200 students. Administrative, operational, and budgetary oversight. Involvement with the ongoing assessment and improvement processes involved in delivering education, program accreditation, and SACS accreditation at the regional site. Working independently as well as collaboratively with Institutional Advancement and external stakeholders to solicit funds for scholarships, research, and operations. More than $250,000 raised. Instructing business related courses for multiple different programs including: Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Master of Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Science in Clinical Support Services Management, and Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Services Management. Working collaboratively with Regional Deans for School of Medicine and School of Nursing in campus planning and operation. Oversight of $1.2 million building renovation for School of Allied Health Sciences operations.
4 Satterwhite, Page4 Oversight of $3 million building construction for Physician Assistant Program operations. Provided billing/collections consultation for School of Medicine clinical operations. PARKVIEW REGIONAL HOSPITAL, Mexia, Texas Chief Executive Officer May 1998 January 1999 Executive leader for all operations of a 44-bed acute care hospital and outpatient clinic. The hospital has an active staff of ten physicians and several mid-level providers. The hospital provides a number of services including medical, surgical, diagnostic, radiological, obstetric, home health, rehabilitation, and emergency services to an area of four counties representing approximately 40,000 people. The hospital is fully accredited by JCAHO. The facility generates approximately $35 million gross revenue annually and employs approximately 170 people. Responsibilities include: Executive manager and leader for all hospital operations. Physician recruitment and relations. Presenting monthly operating report to board of directors. Presenting monthly operating report to corporate headquarters. Developing strategic plans for hospital growth as well as plant additions. Directing and preparing board of directors through education and planning. W.J. MANGOLD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND COGDELL CLINIC, Lockney, Texas Administrator/Chief Executive Officer April May 1998 Executive leader for all operations of a 27-bed acute care hospital and outpatient clinic. The hospital has an active medical staff of four physicians and provides medical, surgical, obstetric, and emergency care to seven rural counties. The hospital employs eighty people and generates approximately $3.2 million gross revenue annually. The outpatient clinic supports approximately 20,000 visits annually. Negotiating managed care contracts for the hospital and physicians. Presenting monthly administrative/financial reports to the board of directors. Completion of a $1.5 million construction project. Successfully acquired Level IV Trauma designation for hospital. Successfully recruited family practice medical staff. Identified and implemented a new hospital/clinic computer operating system. Created an inpatient/outpatient physical therapy department. Converted in-house pharmacy from contracted to self-maintained. Hospital district reduced tax rate by 16.7% during administration. W.J. Mangold Memorial Hospital and Cogdell Clinic, Lockney, Texas Management Information Systems Coordinator August April 1994
5 Satterwhite, Page5 Responsibilities and accomplishments included: Maintained information system of the Hospital and Clinic. Created and implemented a medical records input/reporting system through a series of spreadsheet macro-instructions. Cooperatively developed and implemented a volume-sensitive flexible operating budget. Developed and taught a spreadsheet education course for hospital employees. Worked on a number of administrative projects in conjunction with the Administrator/CEO. PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS/AWARDS South Plains College Distinguished Alumni Award, 2013 Vice-President of Finance and Governance Shallowater Education Foundation 2011-present Shallowater ISD Long Range Planning Committee, 2009 Distinguished Former Odessan Award, 2007 Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, present Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions, present American College of Healthcare Executives, Fellow (FACHE); present Rotary International (Paul Harris Fellow), Odessa Downtown; Odessa s One-Stop Shop Coalition, Junior Achievement Consultant, 2000 Odessa Chamber of Commerce, Member, Lockney Chamber of Commerce, President, First Baptist Church, Odessa (Ordinance/Media Committee), PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS Satterwhite, C.R. (2012). Organizing for a Successful Reaffirmation Process. Presentation: West Texas Assessment Conference, Lubbock, TX. Coppola, M. Nicholas; Satterwhite, C.R.; Fulton, L.V.; Shanderson, L.L.; & Pasupathy, R. (2012). Military Health System Efficiency: A Review of History and Recommendations for the Future. Journal of Military Medicine. Miller, C., Satterwhite, C.R., & Fraser, J. (2009). Population trends and the impact on health care education. Presentation: The Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions 2009 Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX. Wood, S., Coppola, M. N., and Satterwhite, R. (2010) Chapter 3, The Role of Transformational Leadership. Harrison, Jeffery P. Essentials of Strategic Planning in Healthcare (Jeffrey Harrison), Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Boston, MA. Satterwhite, C.R. (2007). Departmental development for effective online education.
6 Satterwhite, Page6 Presentation: The Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions 2007 Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. Satterwhite, C.R. (2007). Presidential functions and preparedness for effective fundraising. Invited presentation to the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System 32 presidents and chief development officers. Satterwhite, C.R., & Cejda, B.D. (2005). Higher education fund raising: What is the president to do? International Journal of Educational Advancement, 5(4), Satterwhite, C.R. & Cook, C. (October 2002). Predictive factors for medical recruitment in rural areas. Presentation: Texas Society of Allied Health Professions 25 th Fall Conference and Annual Meeting. Satterwhite, C.R., Larsen, H.S., & Runyan, J. (October 2001). A Masters Program Enters the Community College Environment. Presentation: Texas Society of Allied Health Professions 24 th Fall Conference and Annual Meeting. Hooten, M.E. & Satterwhite, C.R. (October 2000). Regional Operations and Management of an Effective Distance Education Model. Presentation: Texas Society of Allied Health Professions 23 rd Fall Conference and Annual Meeting. Cook, C. & Satterwhite, C.R. (May 2000). Once upon a time: Business might not grow like Jack s beanstalk, but you can still make money. Advance For Directors In Rehabilitation, 9 (5), ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Academic Appointments Professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Allied Health Sciences present Associate Professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Allied Health Sciences Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Allied Health Sciences Graduate Faculty, Texas Tech University current Academic Memberships/Honor Societies 2007-current Member, Alpha Eta Society National Honor Society for Allied Health Teaching Appointments and Courses Presented AHPA 6401 Clinical Practice and Organization AHCM 4302 Financial Management for Clinical Supervisors AHCM 4477 Case Study 1
7 AHCM 4312 AHCM 4304 AHCM 4316 AHOT 5231 AHEM 4390 AHPT 5240 AHOT 5326 AHPT 6315 AHCP 5303 Foundations of Managed Care Management of Clinical Services Management Integrated Delivery Systems Resource Management for Health Professionals Healthcare Financial Management Personnel Management Guest Lectures Health Organization & Management Guest Lectures Advanced Healthcare Admin. Guest Lectures Research Methods Guest Lectures Satterwhite, Page7 Grants/External Funding Funded 2011 Principal Investigator - Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students Funded - $781,527 (SOAHS - $319,046) Principal Investigator - Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students Funded - $952,875 (SOAHS - $573,479) Principal Investigator - Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students Funded - $1,113,342 (SOAHS - $701,365) Principal Investigator - Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students Funded - $876,098 (SOAHS - $590,722) Managed and guided application and dispersement of Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students Funded - $518, Managed and guided application and dispersement of Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students Funded - $425, Managed and guided application and dispersement of Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students Funded - $105, Beal Foundation Grant, Physician Assistant Scholarships (In cooperation with Odessa Development) - $25,000 Funded Permian Basin Area Foundation Grant, Allied Health Sciences Scholarships (In cooperation with Odessa Development) $15,000 Funded. Submitted/Unfunded Coppola, M. N., Hicks, R., Satterwhite, C. R., Posteraro, R. H., Pasupathy, R. (2008). QEP Seed Grant Proposal: Learning Outcomes Associated with Communication to Human Resourses His or Her Assignment to a Team or Working Group. ($2,500 submitted). Hooten, M. E., Satterwhite, C. R., Arnett, F. C. (2008). American College of Healthcare Executives Research Grant: A Study of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Attitudes
8 Satterwhite, Page8 and Practices of Hospitals and Health Systems Regarding the Professional Development of their Managers and Executives. ($24,000 unfunded). Service related Academic Experience Professional/State/Local Organizations President, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Graduate Education Advisory Committee 2013 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Graduate Education Advisory Committee Sub-Committee for review of doctoral characteristics President Elect, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions Vice-President, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions ACHE Regent s Advisory Council 2009-present Reviewer Journal of Allied Health 2009-present Research Committee Allied Health Research Institute Past President, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions 2006-present Applied Rehabilitation Psychology Advisory Board South Plains College President, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions Texas Health Professions Summit Committee President Elect, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions 2004 Vice President, Texas Society of Allied Health Professions 2004 Chair, TSAHP Research Awards Committee Chair, Permian Basin Healthcare Careers Consortium, Finance Committee Member, TSAHP Board of Directors Member, TSAHP Research Awards Committee Chair, TSAHP Nominations Committee Odessa Chamber of Commerce Health Advancement/Expansion Committee Permian Basin Healthcare Careers Consortium Odessa College EMSP and Fire Advisory Committee Texas Tech University HSC School of Allied Health Sciences: 2011 Chair, Student Hearing Committee 2009 Chair, Student Hearing Committee 2008 Faculty Grievance Hearing Committee 2006, 2007 Chair, Student Hearing Committees School of Allied Health Sciences Academic Affairs Committee 2005-present School of Allied Health Sciences Practice Income Plan Committee 2002 Physician Assistant Program Student Selection Committee Chair, Physician Assistant Scholarship Committee 1999-present School of Allied Health Sciences Executive Committee Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center: 2014 Academic and Dissertation Committee member (Redman)
9 Satterwhite, Page9 Texas Tech University 2010 Academic and Dissertation Committee member (Spearman) Texas Tech University 2009 Chair, Electronic Education Implementation Group Chair, Electronic Education Evaluation Group Institutional Compliance Program Ad-Hoc Committee Institutional Effectiveness Committee SACS Student Assessment Committee Chair, SACS Distance Education Committee SACS General/Core Education Committee 2006 Carnegie Community Engagement Elective Classification Committee Project Planning Advisory Committee for the Clinical Simulation Center TTUHSC Institutional Space Committee 2003 Member, SACS Steering Committee 2002 Member, TTUHSC Presidential Search Committee 2001 Member, Regional Dean School of Medicine Search Committee Member, Centers of Excellence Award Committee Member, Dean s/va Committee Permian Basin