Thesis on defined contribution approach to health benefits accepted by the National Business & Economics Society.
Professional interests include health care business entrepreneurship, health care system innovation, organizational design and change management, strategic planning and implementation, health informatics, policy development and government relations, managed care operations, chronic care management, complementary, alternative and integrative medicine, bioethics, innovations and technology application to teaching and education.
- Organizational Change Management, 2007, Cornell University
- Masters of Healthcare Administration, 2001, Seton Hall University
- Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) Designation, 1993, CEBS Program & The Wharton School
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Education, 1983, William Paterson University of New Jersey
Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society for Health Care Administrators – Seton Hall Chapter – Past President & Officer
Pi Lambda Theta Honors Program for exemplary educators