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Accomplished Medical and Academic Executive Leader
Results Oriented w Detail Driven w Leader w Mentor w Innovative w Highly Effective
Excellent communicator with demonstrated ability to collaborate with staff, management, business partners, outside senior leadership and others at all organizational levels
Outstanding blend of organization, prioritization, leadership and interpersonal skills
Proven ability to lead and supervise teams of all sizes, manage a wide range of initiatives simultaneously and coordinate multi-level directives
Astute leader possessing both vision for improvements and knowledge and expertise to achieve that vision for the benefit of the organization and those it serves
Accomplished leader of both small and large organizations of up to 6,000 individuals and operational budgets in excess of $360M
Successfully direct multi-site cross-functional teams across all projects and organizational initiatives from concept to completion
Provide sound consultative advice to internal and external executive-level teams and Board members
Mentor and lead teams by example and with integrity to deliver service excellence
Consistent success is rooted within the combined concepts of quality, continuous improvement and effective process enhancements
Strategic Planning and Development
Team Building and Leadership
Vision and Perspective
Innovative and Analytical Problem Solving
Selected Key Achievements
Developed an innovative School of Osteopathic Medicine providing greater accommodation for students dedicated to practice in rural and other underserved areas. Several years later, more than 51% of program graduates had remained in those previously underserved areas and actively provide access to quality healthcare.
As Commander and Designated Institutional Officer in the U.S. Air Force, designed and implemented an innovative residency program resulting in a 300% increase in the number of physicians joining the military with accompanying positive impact on previous physician shortages.
Central California College of Osteopathic Medicine (Proposed), Bakersfield, CA, 11/2017 present
Senior Vice President, Chief Academic Officer / Founding Dean, Professor of Medicine and Radiology
Proficiently guide development of a new College of Osteopathic Medicine beginning with an exhaustive feasibility study and initiating accreditation processes with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (CBPPE), and Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA).
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Professional Experience, continued
Collaborate with the Board of Directors to develop governance, vision, mission and long-range strategic plan addressing operational and educational foundations supporting high quality academic results valuable to the medical community and those it serves.
Gained support of the Board and Executive Director of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California to identify Osteopathic support throughout the state.
Work closely with CEOs and CMOs at leading hospitals, clinics, medical groups and private-practice physicians to establish educational and practical relationships, gaining practitioners insights into desirable school goals as well as ensuring sufficient clinical rotation opportunities for third and fourth year students as well as for students enrolled in graduate medical education programs.
Efficiently administer a $1M budget; effectively consult with and direct design and construction firms for construction of the school s first building of 90,000 square feet.
CA Health Sciences University College of Osteopathic Medicine (Proposed), Clovis, CA, 5/2017 10/2017
Senior Associate Dean, Professor of Medicine and Radiology
Provided expertise, knowledge and services as described above in support of creation of a new medical school. Initiated accreditation procedures; worked with the Board of Directors to develop guiding principles and strategic plan; effectively gained support from a broad range of medical care provider organizations of all sizes.
Closely controlled a $1M budget dedicated to development of the organization s 90,000 square foot facility.
William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Hattiesburg, MS, 2/2014 4/2017
Campus Dean and Professor of Clinical Sciences, Louisiana Campus, (12/2015 4/2017)
Assumed full responsibility for directing development and implementation of an additional campus in Lake Charles, LA. Seamlessly worked with the school s Board of Directors, President/CEO and Dean to develop the second location including organization, accreditation and facility construction.
Operated with the assistance of 3 direct reports including a CFO and the Director of Advancement.
Collaborated with CEOs and CMOs of care-providing organizations and individuals in the local area to ensure clinical rotation opportunities for third and fourth year students as well as for graduate students.
Provided senior leadership for initial feasibility study and accreditation processes with Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Louisiana Board of Regents and COCA.
Worked directly with design and construction firms to develop an 80,000 square foot building through effective management of a $1M budget.
Associate Dean of Graduate and Continuing Medical Education, Chairman of Internal Medicine Department, and Professor of Clinical Sciences, (2/2014 11/2015)
Proficiently led an internal organization consisting of one assistant dean, two administrators, eight administrative assistants, and all full- and part-time Graduate Medical Education and Internal Medicine clinical faculty.
Astutely advised the Dean on Initial Comprehensive Accreditation Site preparation and site visit, resulting in gaining accreditation of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and graduating the first class.
Provided superlative executive leadership in all functional areas of finance; residency and fellowship program development and curricula; accreditation compliance; conference administration; CME certification procedures; long-range strategic plans; fund raising; faculty credentialing; clinical curriculum and more.
With a $1M budget, successfully led development of Graduate Medical Education with programs in Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine and a Transitional Year that created 50 positions at Merit Health Wesley. Gained access to two other facilities to provide required rotations not available at Merit Health Wesley.
Worked closely with the Office of Mississippi Physician Workforce to implement two residency programs:
o Internal Medicine Residency Program with 18 positions at Baptist Memorial Hospital Golden Triangle and a $750k budget.
o Family Medicine Residency Program with 18 positions at Forrest General Hospital, the county hospital in south central Mississippi. Shared budget of $3M.
Provided consultative insight and direction for development of the first Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education (THCGME) program at EC HealthNet with 18 positions in Family Medicine. Worked with executive leadership of two hospitals create the Continuity Clinic and provide required rotations.
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Professional Experience, continued
Wisconsin Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, Oconomowoc, WI, 12/2012 6/2016
Furnished full executive leadership of this 300+ member organization including providing opportunity for Continuing Medical Education conferences and business meetings, compliance with accreditation procedures and CME certification and reporting.
Effectively managed finances, provided legislative advocacy and supervised member communications.
Planned and implemented a successful membership drive that doubled the number of active members.
Wisconsin College of Osteopathic Medicine, Jefferson, WI, 1/2011 5/2013
President and CEO, Dean and CAO, and Professor of Medicine and Radiology, (1/2013 5/2013)
Provided full executive leadership encompassing all executive functions, development and implementation of vision, mission, strategy and policy, day to day operations and bottom line performance. $1M budget.
Executive Vice President and Dean, and Professor of Medicine and Radiology, (1/2011 12/2013)
Led an executive team consisting of a VP/CFO, two associate deans and several administrative employees.
Materially contributed to the foundational development for this new medical school. Provided all senior executive leadership in establishing strategic plans, initiating accreditation processes and building alliances with numerous care-providing organizations in the area including the Mayo Clinic Health System.
Successfully approached local universities to develop six- and seven-year curricula including a three year pre-medical program and three- or four-year medical program using the clinical presentation model.
Interacted with design and construction firms developing plans for the main campus facilities.
Silberg Healthcare and Medical Education Consulting Services LLC, various locations, 1/2010 present
President and CEO
Provide astute consulting services to organizations seeking to found new Osteopathic medical schools as well as medical schools and hospital corporations seeking to establish effective residency training programs.
Counsel clients in a broad range of areas including accreditation and educational quality with respect to mission, goals, and objectives; governance, administration, and finance; facilities, equipment and resources; faculty and faculty development; student admissions, performance, and evaluation; preclinical, clinical, and postdoctoral curriculum and competencies; and research and scholarly activity.
Touro University, California College of Osteopathic Medicine, Vallejo, CA, 1/2009 12/2010
Associate Dean of Clinical Education and Associate Professor of Primary Care and Radiology
Chief Academic Officer, Touro University Medical Education Consortium (TUMEC)
As Associate Dean, provided leadership of the Clinical Education department in all academic, functional and financial respects. Managed a team consisting of an Assistant Dean, administrative employees, all clinical faculty, numerous adjunct clinical faculty members and a $2.6M budget. Established alliances with local care-providing organizations to supply all required clinical rotations.
As Chief Academic Officer, provided leadership for the Osteopathic Postdoctoral Training Institution (OPTI) and managed its $1.4M budget. Established alliances with local care-providing organizations; supervised all Directors of Medical Education and Program Directors of the residency training programs.
A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine Arizona, Mesa, AZ, 1/2007 12/2008
Assistant Dean of Clinical Education and Research Development, Associate Professor of Bio-Clinical Sciences
Successfully developed and gained accreditation of an innovative School of Osteopathic Medicine using a one year on campus and three years off campus at Federally Qualified Health Centers model, and the clinical presentation curriculum. More than 51% of program graduates remain in rural and underserved areas.
Collaborated with and formed beneficial relationships with executive leadership of facilities in nine states to develop didactic and clinical training sites including all required rotations for 2nd -4th year students.
Supervised a team consisting of Medical Director of Simulation Lab, Simulation Director, Simulation Technologist, Clinical Education Director and Research Director as well as clinical faculty.
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Professional Experience, continued
United States Air Force, various locations, 1/1997 12/2006
Commander and Designated Institutional Officer of Air Force Medical Education, Physician Education Branch, Air Force Medical Service, (7/2001 12/2006)
Designed and implemented an innovative and highly effective program that rebuilt the Air Force s Medical Education reputation in the private sector by establishing a new Air Force Civilian Sponsored Residency Training pathway, providing an attractive means for civilians and overflow military to complete civilian residency training in the specialty of their choice while being on active duty. The program resulted in a 300% increase in the number of physicians joining the military with accompanying positive impact on previous physician shortages. Collaborated with more than 100 graduate medical education institutions to achieve.
Modernized the Air Force s Simulation Education and Training program by establishing Simulation centers at all Air Force Medical Graduate Medical Education training sites.
Created Continuity Clinic training sites at all Medical Clinics and Super-Clinics throughout the Air Force.
Efficiently managed annual budgets ranging from $180M to $360M.
Supervised 600 active duty and civilian medical personnel and provided administrative oversight of 4000 6,000 active duty and civilian medical personnel.
Chief of Medical Staff and Director of Medical Services, 12th Medical Group, Randolph AFB, TX, (1/2000 6/2001)
Streamlined provider credentialing process to gain a 50% reduction in the time to credential a provider. The process was initially adopted throughout Air Education and Training Command and then Air Force wide.
Co-led preparation for JCAHO visit resulting in full JCAHO accreditation.
Provided executive leadership and oversight of all medical and surgical services including Aerospace and Dental Medicine, disease/quality/risk management, patient safety, credentialing and mentoring of all active duty physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
Managed a budget of $11.8M; supervised 250 active duty and civilian personnel.
Chief of Medical Staff and Chairman of the Internal Medicine and Radiology Departments, 22nd Medical Group, McConnell AFB, KS, (6/1998 12/1999)
Improved group and individual physician productivity by 20% through effective reorganization of the physician group infrastructure.
Co-led preparation for JCAHO visit resulting in full JCAHO accreditation.
Provided executive leadership and oversight of all medical and surgical services as described above.
Managed a budget of $4.2M; supervised 100 active duty and civilian personnel.
Medical Support Squadron Commander, 22nd Medical Group, McConnell AFB, KS, (1/1997 6/1998)
Successfully planned and implemented reorganization of the TriCare Flight resulting in greater efficiency.
Gained a perfect score from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Laboratory Accreditation Program.
Effectively managed healthcare benefits and referral services, a $2.5M budget and 85 personnel.
Michigan Health Care Corporation, Detroit, MI, 7/1992 12/1996
Medical Director, (1/1995 12/1996)
Planned and implemented new, successful quality metrics system. Supervised 250 300 medical personnel
Associate Medical Director of Utilization Review / Quality Management Services, (1/1993 12/1994)
Planned and implemented effective utilization review system that reduced overutilization and costs 20%.
Chairman of the Internal Medicine Department, (7/1992 6/1993)
Directed the operations, budget and finances, utilization review and quality management, inpatient medical and sub-specialty services, outpatient internal medicine clinics and the internal medicine residency program.
Program Director of Internal Medicine Residency/Assist. Professor of Medicine, (7/1992 6/1993)
Provided educational and financial leadership. Successfully graduated 6 Internal Medicine residents.
Comprehensive Health Services Bonner Center, Detroit, MI, 7/1991 6/1992
Chief of Adult Medicine
Led and oversaw all adult medical services. Supervised a team of 3 physicians, 2 RNs, 4 medical assistants and associated support staff.
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Physician License, Michigan Board of Osteopathic Medicine, License xxx-xxx-xxxx , 1988 present
Controlled Substance License, Michigan Board of Pharmacy, License xxx-xxx-xxxx , 1988 present
Missouri Board of Pharmacy, License #41271, 1983 present
American Osteopathic Board of Radiology, Certification #0863, Issued 1997; Lifetime
American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, Certification #1231, Issued 1991; Lifetime
Missouri Board of Pharmacy, Certification #41271, Issued 1983; Lifetime
Physician Executive Master of Business Administration, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 2015
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kansas City, MS, 1987
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, 1983
Health Policy Fellowship, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, OH, 2011
Air War College, Air University (Distance Learning), Montgomery, AL, 2001
Air Command and Staff College, Air University (Distance Learning), McConnell AFB, TX, 1998
Aerospace Medicine Primary Course, Brook Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX, 1997
Physician in Management Courses 1- 3, Sheppard Air Base, Wichita Falls, TX, 1997
Squadron Commander s School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, AL, 1997
Commissioned Officer s Training, Gunter Annex, Montgomery, AL, 1997
State Graduate Medical Education Funding, American Osteopathic Association, 2013
Osteopathic Core Competencies for Medical Students, American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, 2012
Fundamental Osteopathic Medical Competency Domains, National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, 2011
The New Innovative Method of Pre-Doctoral Education, American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine/American Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators Annual Meeting, 2008
MRI Findings of Fibrous Dysplasia in the Skull, American Society of Neuroradiology Annual Meeting, 1996
The Effect of Utilization Review in Reducing Length of Stay and Overutilization, American College of Osteopathic Medicine Annual Meeting, 1991
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