Program Benefits

The program provides a foundation in leadership skills that are transferable to many career paths in health care management. Specifically, the program will enhance and develop an individual's analytical, communications, project management, organizational and leadership skills.

Selected Projects Undertaken by Previous UMHS Administrative Fellows

  • ACO Pioneer Application
  • AHA-McKesson Application Team Workforce Planning Taskforce
  • Business Operations Design Team
  • Cancer Center Market Analysis
  • Care Management Program Implementation
  • C&W Patient Move Work Flow Analysis
  • Community Benefit Report
  • Corporate Compliance Peer Assessment
  • Departmental Financial Benchmarking
  • Departmental Management of Epic Software Implementation
  • Emergency Department Patient Flow Analysis
  • Graduate Medical Education Budget Project
  • Operational Planning for Cardiovascular Center
  • Orders Management Project (CPOE)
  • Population Health Office Interim Project Manager
  • Supervisory role in Interventional Radiology
  • Survival Flight Analysis

 

Current UMHS Administrative Fellows

2013-2015
Kristin Bernstein
Mike Rose 


2012-2014
Heather Burke
Patrick Brady

Previous Fellows and Their Current Professional Positions

2011-2013
Meghan Moore, Business Analyst, MiChart, MCIT, UMHS

2010-2012
Katie Konson, Project Manager, Ambulatory Care Services, UMHS Safia Al-Kharsa

2009-2011
Marisa Rodriguez, Project Manager, Ambulatory Care Services, UMHS

2008-2010
Christine La Jeunesse, Senior Business Consultant University of Michigan Health System Finance, Strategic Finance & Business Consulting

2007-2009
Carolina Typaldos, Project Manager, Operations and Ancillary Services, UMHHC

2006-2008
Amy Huang, Project Manager, Faculty Group Practice Operations, UMHHC

2005-2007
Aarti Aurora (Porwal) Manager of Strategic Initiatives, Stanford University School of Medicine

2004-2006
Kendra (Brown) Jackson, Hospital Services Administrator, Dept. of Psychiatry

2003-2005
Ed Cho, Internal Consultant, Ooyala, Inc.

2002-2004
Erika Motz (Johnson), Director of Strategic Research & Analytic Services, University Health System Consortium, Oak Brook, IL

2001-2003
Ebbin Dotson, Assistant Professor of Management, Policy and Community Health, The University of Texas School of Public Health

1999-2001
Amy Hoberman, Manager, Deloitte Consulting
Amy Heimstra (Cody)

1991-1992
Patrice Lyons, Decision Support Project Specialist, Ambulatory Care Services, UMHHC

1990-1991
Eric Kratochwill, Administrative Director, UMH Health System Planning, UMHHC

1989-1990
Mindy Eisenberg, Instructor and Yoga Therapist, Yoga Spirit & Wellness

1986-1988
Virginia Elsenhans

1985-1987
Heidi Romans Nelson, Chief Executive Officer, Duffy Health Center

1984-1986
Glenn Pearson, Executive Vice President, Georgia Hospital Association

1983-1985
Bridget C. Brooske, Senior Scientist, Population Health Institute
Michael Ladevich, Chief Operating Officer, Signature Health Services

1982-1984
Peter Roberts, Presidents, Roberts Health Solutions

1981-1983
Tony Denton, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, UMHHC

 

Pay and Benefits

Fellows receive a salary competitive with leading administrative fellowship programs as well as a competitive benefits package, including health care insurance, dental and vision plans, retirement plan eligibility, a generous "Paid Time Off" program, Child Care and Health Care Reimbursement Accounts, and disability and life insurance. The fellow also receives support to attend two conferences of his/her choice over the course of the fellowship and the Association for Academic Medical Center's Fellow's Conference during the first year.

 

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