The Clinician-Administrator Transition Certificate (CAT) expands educational opportunities
for post-baccalaureate, clinical health care professionals to become administrators.
Upon completion of the certificate students will possess the knowledge and skills
necessary to provide excellence in leadership and day to day management in the delivery
of health care services in a changing health care environment.
The CAT program emphasizes the practical application of administrative theory to health
care settings in the metropolitan Baltimore area, the state of Maryland and the mid-Atlantic
region. Students completing the CAT Certificate will have:
- knowledge of the US health care market and organizational factors influencing delivery,
financing and regulatory structures;
- skills in selecting, using, and critically analyzing current health care administration
literature based on real world situations;
- ability to work productively with multidisciplinary and ethnically diverse colleagues
- awareness of responsibility for actions and decisions on an administrative and organizational
level, as well as the understanding of the need to assume responsibility for the action
of subordinates in an organization;
- creativity and competence in health care administration ethics, writing, presentation
and information management applicable to finance, strategic planning and marketing,
program planning and evaluation, human resources, business management and leadership.
Nancy Bearrs, PAC, MPH
Tamara Burton, M.S., RRT
Linda Caplis, M.S., RT (R) (QM)
Cyrus Engineer, DrPH
Sarah Galloway, M.A., HCA
Jill Johnson, MBA
Lewis E. LeBrun II, M.S.
Chuck Zorn, CPA, MBA, FHFMA