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Leading Health Care Executives Come Together on School’s New Health Programs Advisory Board

December 16, 2008
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 Health Advisory Board
Front row (left to right): Rudolph Moise, John Johnson, Carlos Alonso, Richard Clarke, Marsha Powers, Dan Greenleaf. Back row (left to right): Robert Broadway, Linda Quick, Narendra Kini, Penny Shaffer, Brian Keeley, Dean Kahn, Edward Goldman, Frank Sacco, Cleo Boulter (substituting for Joseph Steier), Steven Ullmann. Not present: Mayda Antun, Robert Carr, Anthony Degina, Jeffrey Freimark, Bruce Fried, Michael Joseph, Tim Love, Timothy O’Toole.

The Programs in Health Sector Management and Policy Advisory Board — two dozen high-level health care executives from across the U.S. — held its inaugural meeting at the School on December 11, 2008.

Dean Barbara E. Kahn opened the meeting with a presentation about the School’s strategic vision and goal of becoming globally preeminent in the business of health care. Other administrators and faculty members discussed the School’s development of academic, joint venture and co-branded programs in health care.

Steven G. Ullmann, director of Programs in Health Sector Management and Policy, then led the group through the activities envisioned for the School’s planned Center for Health Care Management and Policy, a first in the state of Florida. These activities include state policy research, training and education, and health care management consultation and research.

“The Advisory Board is made up of many of the top people in the field, in Florida and beyond, though much of the initial focus of the Center will be on our home state,” says Ullmann. “Their contributions will be invaluable because they bring a real-world, market-driven perspective. We look forward to their assistance in developing the Center, strengthening our ties with alumni and other professionals in the field, assuring that we are cutting-edge in our curriculum and serving as advocates for the School.”

Members of the Advisory Board, some of whom are School or UM alumni, include:

Carlos Alonso  
Corporate Vice President, President – Latin America
Baxter

Mayda Antun, MD (MBA ’93)
CEO
CAC Florida Medical Centers

Robert L. Broadway
Vice President, Corporate Strategy
Bethesda Healthcare System

Robert W. Carr (BA ’77, BS ’77, MD ’81)
Vice President/Corporate Medical Director
Glaxo Smithkline

Richard L. Clarke, DHA (MBA ’72)
President & CEO
Healthcare Financial Management Association

Anthony Degina
CEO
University of Miami Hospital

Jeffrey Freimark
CEO
Miami Jewish Home & Hospital

Bruce Fried
Attorney
Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP

Edward E. Goldman (MD ’68)
CEO
MD/VIP

Dan Greenleaf (MBA ’97)
President
Coram Specialty Infusion Services

John C. Johnson
President & CEO
Mercy Hospital/Holy Cross

Michael G. Joseph (BBA ’85, MBA ’87)
President, East Florida Division
Hospital Corporation of America

Brian Keeley (Chair)
President & CEO
Baptist Health

M. Narendra Kini, MD
President & CEO
Miami Children’s Hospital

Tim W. Love
Market President, South Florida Commercial Operations
Humana, Inc.

Rudolph Moise, MD (MBA ’94, JD ’97)
President & CEO
Comprehensive Health Center, Inc.

Timothy S. O’Toole
CEO
VITAS

Marsha Powers
Senior Vice President, Operations
Tenet – Florida

Linda S. Quick
President
South Florida Hospital & Healthcare Association

Daniel I. Rosenthal
CEO
United Healthcare of Florida

Frank V. Sacco (AB ’70)
President & CEO
Memorial Healthcare System

Penny Shaffer, PhD
Market President, South Florida
BlueCross BlueShield of Florida

E. Joseph Steier, III (MBA ’06)
President & CEO
Signature HealthCARE LLC                                                                

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