The primary role of the HCMN Advisory Board is to provide advice and recommendations to the Department of Interprofessional Health Studies on curricula issues related to the health care management major. There are two (2) key functions of the Health Care Management Advisory Board: to provide information and feedback on the ability of the Health Care Management curriculum to meet the current training needs of entry-level health care management professionals; and to assure graduates possess the right knowledge, skills and attitudes to function effectively in the workplace.
Health Care Management Advisory Board 2014
Clinical Care Specialist I; Outpatient Psychiatry Department
Kennedy Krieger Institute
MedStar Health Research Institute
Patient Services Manager
Director- Reimbursement & Market Access
Health Economics & Outcomes Research
Employee Education and Academic Affairs
VP of HR
Montgomery General Hospital
Director for Organizational Learning & Research
St. Mary's Hospital
Renaissance Gardens Operations
Erickson Retirement Communities
Mary Helen McSweeney-Feld
Depatment Chair: Interprofessional Health Studies
Health Care Administrator (Retired)
Volunteer Services Director
Greater Baltimore Health Alliance
Key Point Health Services Inc.
Physician Support Services, LLC
Department of Interprofessional Health Studies
Linthicum Hall, Room 121
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Russell Weber, TU alumni of our HCMN program, joined the Advisory Board in March 2011 and was keynote speaker at our annual department awards event.