News & Events
Patient-Centered Medical Home Event
Thursday, December 5th 7-9pm
Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, Rm 201
Please join the Future Healthcare Leaders for an exciting panel discussion on Patient-Centered Medical Homes with key health industry leaders at the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, Rm. 201. Panelists include Harold McDonald, MPA, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center and Jonathan Arend, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, General Internal Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine in Mount Sinai and Assistant Medical Director for Clinical Operations and Quality at Internal Medicine Associates. The panel will be moderated by Professor Michael Gatto, MPA, MHA/FHL Faculty Advisor at Hofstra University and Associate Executive Director at Harlem Hospital.
The Future of Long-Term Care
Monday, September 16th 12-1pm
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During this era of unprecedented and dramatic change in healthcare, long-term care is being heavily impacted by the Affordable Care Act at the federal level and the Medicaid Redesign Team on the state level. As consolidation takes place, post-acute care providers are experiencing the effects of mergers, acquisitions and closings. Join Stuart B. Almer, FACHE, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care & Rehabilitation and Adjunct Instructor of Health Professions at Hofstra University, as he discusses trends in long-term care and predictions for the care of our aging population.
Congratulations Professor Michael Gatto!
Professor Michael Gatto is the recipient of ACHE Distinguished Faculty Regent’s Award, 2012. Mr. Gatto has more than 20 years healthcare management experience in various leadership positions within hospital operations and practice management at Harlem Hospital Center, as well as at Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, Montefiore Medical Center and Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center. He holds faculty positions at both Hofstra and Long Island Universities. “Michael Gatto was this year's Faculty Regent Awardee. Mike has been involved teaching graduate and undergraduate students for more semesters than I can remember. He's been teaching while working full time all these years. In addition to working and teaching, Michael always finds time to attend HLNY events, help on committees, and provide support and encouragement to students and colleagues alike.” -MaryAnn Brown, FACHE, ACHE Regent for New York-Metropolitan New York.