2015 Senior Administrative/Fiscal Officers

In an environment of shrinking budgets, increased costs, and unceasing demands for improvement, academic health center leaders must continuously reallocate resources to effectively serve their institutional missions. This year’s Senior Administrative/Fiscal Officers (SAFO) Annual Meeting program will focus on Restructuring the Missions and will explore new strategies and best practices in restructuring and resource management. Specific sessions will address the strategically important areas of research, education, and population health management.  Program highlights include:

Partnering with Intel to Develop Next-Generation Computing Technologies that Advance Personalized Medicine and Genetic Analysis
Lawrence Furnstahl, CFO, Oregon Health and Science University
The Morsani College of Medicine Pay for Performance Model
Joann Strobbe, MsEd, Senior Associate Vice President for Administration, Finance and Technology, Chief Financial Officer, USF Health, Vice Dean for Administration, Finance and Technology, Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida
Graduate Medical Education and Government Relations
Kristen Verderame, Director of Government Relations, Association of Academic Health Centers

Adapting to the Changing Healthcare Environment:
The Vanderbilt Experience

John Manning, PhD, MBA, Chief Administrative Officer and Senior Associate Dean for Operations and Administration, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Adapting to the Changing Healthcare Environment:
The Emory Experience

Gary L. Teal, MBA, Chief Administrative Officer, Woodruff Health Sciences Center, Emory University

As always, SAFO meetings provide excellent opportunities for peer-to-peer networking and a forum for the exchange of ideas and best practices. We encourage you and your institution to take advantage of this valuable learning and networking opportunity for academic health center finance, administrative, and business leaders.

AAHC meetings are open to faculty and staff from AAHC member institutions.