Many of these fellows have recently established their own academic IP fellowship program in several well recognized medical centers around the United States. Allison rather stumbled upon her interest in healthcare, realizing that her most challenging and fulfilling experiences were tied together by the thread of public health. About. ", Thomas W. SchultzDirector of Asset ManagementMedical Properties Trust, Inc. 1973-1975 Fellowship Class. We ha ve a deep commitment to trainee education at all levels, with a focus on developing future leaders in Interventional Radiology (IR). Safe Care CommitmentGet the care you need even during COVID-19.Learn more. Learn about career opportunities, search for positions and apply for a job. The fellowship program offers exposure to all areas of vascular and non-vascular diagnostic and interventional image-guided procedures. While in graduate school, she served as a Health Systems Administrative Trainee at the Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System, where she worked on a number of process improvement and strategic initiative projects aimed at improving Veteran access to care. Doug Henderson, MBANeuroscience and Orthopedics Service Line Director, Parker Adventist HospitalBoston University 2009-2011 Fellowship Class, "The Fellowship was an invaluable experience. We use cookies and other tools to enhance your experience on our website and Lauren Lebrun, MHAAdministrative Director, OrthopaedicsUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2010 - 2013 Fellowship Class. The cardiac electrophysiology laboratory comprises a state-of-the-art facility constructed in 2000 and is currently undergoing an expansion and renovation to keep with the newest technologies, needs and volume. Both mentors together with the Program Leadership serve as invaluable resources, as fellows hone their academic pursuits and interests. During her time at SpineCare, she also managed the New Patient Department and carried out process improvement projects. Riley was first exposed to healthcare when she started joining her father, a physician, on patient rounds when she was six years old. Being able to move through different jobs and departments also helped me to define what types of roles that I really do and do not enjoy. Nga Yan’s interest continues to lie at the intersection(s) of healthcare, management, service, quality, safety, and clinical care, in urban academic medical centers. Calvin’s interests in healthcare began as an undergraduate but further evolved while working for a health information technology consultancy in Boston. This experience allowed me to focus my interest in healthcare while at the same time it gave me a broad based understanding of the key interdependencies that exist within a hospital and how they work together. The mission of our fellowship program is to train leaders in the field of Interventional Pulmonology. Second-year fellows on this rotation gain competence in the interpretation of commonly performed electrophysiology studies, manage inpatients with arrhythmias or dyssynchrony, learn indications for pacemaker and ICD implementation and become experienced in programming and interrogation of devices. * Please note these are estimates, we are continuously working to optimize our schedule to maximize clinical experiences. CORE INTERVENTIONAL PULMONOLOGY FACULTY ADNAN MAJID, MD Director, Interventional Pulmonology Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School COLLEEN CHANNICK, MD Director, Interventional Pulmonology Massachusetts General Hospital Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School ERIK FOLCH, MD, MSc Associate Director, Interventional … Being native to a developing country, Morocco, he ultimately hopes to build enough expertise to help emerging countries develop robust healthcare systems. Keith received his BS in Computer Science from the University of Southern Maine. Provides training in managing patients with complex cardiac arrhythmias and performing a wide range of invasive and noninvasive cardiac electrophysiologic and pacing procedures. Through this experience he developed a deep interest in biology, though he decided not to pursue a career in medicine. Rotation Director: Dr. David Dudzinski The MGH has exemplary leaders who have created opportunities for me to observe and work on projects to advance my leadership, project management, strategic thinking and operational skills. Our vision is to become the global leader in interventional radiology and minimally invasive therapies and to be a research and education destination for interventional radiology. Provides expert clinical and research training aimed to help fellows develop the skills necessary to become competent sports cardiologists. It includes a very keen appreciation of the physician-patient relationship that was garnered during my clinical administration rotation. Doug was introduced to hospital administration during an internship at Stanford Health Care in the Project Management Office. This shift was driven by personal encounters with an inefficient and inequitable healthcare system and by a desire to apply engineering and systems-oriented thinking to healthcare. The training program provides broad and comprehensive training in Vascular and Interventional Radiology and Interventional Oncology. Contact. Dania Daye, MD, PhD, interventional radiology fellow at MGH who has volunteered to serve in the wards, says that “this is a tremendous opportunity to show that [radiologists] are first and foremost physicians.” Mari Tanaka, MD, an integrated interventional and diagnostic radiology resident This structure provided me with the perfect mix of broad exposure and practical work experience that enhanced my understanding of hospital operations and has given me more credibility in decision making than a more traditionally trained CFO. This exposure convinced him that a business path into the world of healthcare could be immensely rewarding. Provides training in all aspects of nuclear cardiology practice, including cardiac PET, stress performance and interpretation and image analysis and interpretation. I loved the fact that I was able to identify projects that interested me and then have people gladly welcome me to help out and contribute on those projects. Nuclear cardiology at MGH is a joint effort between the cardiology and radiology departments and provides various types of cardiac stress tests that help to identify and diagnose heart disease. Interventional Radiology at Mass General pushes the boundaries of modern medicine to be at the forefront of minimally invasive, image-guided therapies. Rarely a day goes by when I do not use some tidbit of information or lesson learned while in the fellowship. Allison Castagna, MA, MPHYale University2014 - 2016 Fellowship Class. These opportunities included, but were not limited to, an MGH internship conducting pancreatic lymphoma outcomes research, as well as an American Cancer Society fellowship placement at the Harvard School of Public Health conducting breast cancer and cervical cancer research. Keith Marple, MS, MBABoston University2011 - 2013 Fellowship Class. This experience positioned me well for my first job out of the fellowship and prepared me for the work to come. Fellowship(s): Neuroradiology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, University Of Massachusetts Medical School Internship: Internal Medicine, Metro West Medical Center Post Doc Associate: New England Center for Stroke Research, UMass Medical School PhD: Saarland University School Of Medicine Through the CVRC, fellows have opportunities to present their research at recurrent seminars, and to participate in a core curriculum focused on scientific and investigative skill development. • During the last twelve years, a total of 18 fellows have graduated from the program. Amine is enthusiastic about joining MGH and is confident that the administrative fellowship will expose him to all his different interests and prepare him for a leadership role. In 1977, the radiology residency program was introduced with two residents. Lauren, a Massachusetts native, is happy to be home and thrilled to return to MGH to pursue her professional interests which include hospital operations, process and quality improvement, and finance. From beginning to end, there was never a dull moment in the MGH Administrative Fellowship program. ", Sandy Dodge McGeeExecutive Director, MassGeneral Hospital for Children and Partners PediatricsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health 1998-2000 Fellowship Class, "I wouldn't trade my fellowship experience for the world. For more information about these cookies and the data Get the latest news, explore events and connect with Mass General. David Sosnovik and Dr. Nina Meyerhson A level 1 trauma center, the DUMC Emergency Department is contiguous with the Radiology Department located on the first floor of Duke North Hospital. We have remained at the forefront of medicine by fostering a culture of collaboration, pushing the boundaries of medical research, educating the brightest medical minds and maintaining an unwavering commitment to the diverse communities we serve. Ron Arellano, MD, gives prospective trainees a virtual tour of the Interventional Radiology facilities at Mass General Hospital. Katy Perkins, MBA, MSISAdministrative Director, Cardiac Surgery Boston University 2012 - 2014 Fellowship Class. Saira discovered her love for the Healthcare field while participating in various internships throughout college. Elisabeth Malin, MSPBO Billing Manager, MGPOHarvard University2013 - 2015 Fellowship Class. One of the strengths of clinical training at MGH is the remarkable variety and complexity of patients seen during this rotation. My analytical skills were challenged, my team building capabilities strengthened and somehow I found the courage to confront difficult situations with innovative alternatives. Chan School of Public Health 2007-2009 Fellowship Class, "After spending so many years in school learning about finance, health policy, strategic planning, etc I finally had the opportunity to apply that knowledge and develop the practical skills that are so important to any organization. Recent fellows have participated in the following structured coursework: Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship ", Olako Agburu, MPH, MBAMarket Access Manager, GlaxoSmithKline NigeriaUniversity of California, Berkeley 2007-2009 Fellowship Class, "This was an awesome journey! Being able to understand and follow a process across departments, divisions, and entities has been an important skillset. Our didactic lectures have been placed into the shared directory. Rotation Directors: Drs. ", Javier MalaveDirector Ejecutivo de OperacionesHospital Episcopal San Lucas (Puerto Rico) 1998-2000 Fellowship Class, "One of the main issues healthcare administrators run into is lack of credibility when it comes to clinical issues if you don't have a clinical background. BIDMC launched its Interventional Pulmonology fellowship in 2000, while MGH started a fellowship in 2011. For second-year fellows, emphasis is placed on interpretive skills and advanced procedures, such as stress echo studies and transesophageal echocardiography. Yolanda Gonzalez, MPHAdministrative Director, Pediatric Surgical Services (MGHfC)Boston University2017-2019 Fellowship Class. The MGH fellowship experience allowed me to understand the importance of clinical judgment in decision making. Though Yolanda’s initial focus was on research, she realized she could make a larger impact through the field of healthcare administration. Through each rotation and with each project, I have developed relationships with front-line employees, unit staff, managers, and the executive leadership team. ", Akinluwa Demehin, MPHSenior Associate Director, Policy, American Hospital AssociationYale University, School of Public Health 2005–2007 Fellowship Class, "The fellowship was awesome. As an Administrative Fellow, Allison is excited to learn from and contribute to an institution as forward-thinking and patient-centered as MGH. Additionally, fellows have the opportunity to explore many of the unique clinical subspecialty programs during 6-8 weeks of elective time, in order to tailor their clinical training to their goals. Yolanda’s passion in public health unfolded through a series of personal experiences navigating a healthcare delivery system located in a rural community - where access to healthcare services was often times limited. Fellows also spend a full day of cardiac imaging with Dr. Marcelo DiCarli at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Mass General offers specialized residencies and fellowships in each of our multidisciplinary care centers and clinical departments. Fellows will develop comfort and expertise reading complex liver cases, working closely with hepatopancreaticobiliary surgeons, medical and radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists and gastroenterologists in a multidisciplinary setting. Search for condition information or for a specific treatment program. ", Gregory J. PaulyChief Operating Officer, MGPOOhio State University, College of Medicine 1992-1994 Fellowship Class, "I chose the MGH Fellowship in order to gain a broad exposure to hospital operations. Bethany Vollmer Marullo, MBAAdministrative Director, SurgeryBoston College2015 - 2017 Fellowship Class. Fellows spend a month rotating through the cardiac CT and cardiac MRI facilities at Mass General. Riley's first exposure to Massachusetts General Hospital was during a summer internship in Mass General's Education department where she contributed to the advancement of many education initiatives and worked on a Partners 2.0 team to centralize credentialing services. ", Heidi Model CollinsDirector of Financial Applications, UCSFYale School of Epidemiology and Public Health 2000-2002 Fellowship Class, "The breadth of scope for the fellowship opened up a lot of doors for me in my future positions. Fellows are lead operators on diagnostic procedures in the Knight Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, a state-of-the-art suite of six rooms with high-resolution digital fluoroscopy units. Saira Chaudary, MHAProcess Improvement Project Manager, Dana Farber Cancer Institute Johns Hopkins School of Public Health 2012 - 2014 Fellowship Class. Elisabeth’s passion for healthcare was confirmed during her Mount Holyoke College years after several internships in the healthcare industry. Doug Spivak, MPH dspivak@mgh.harvard.edu Yale School of Public Health. It has proven to be an invaluable experience. The level of this lecture is appropriate for medical students, residents, and fellows in radiology who may be performing neuroradiology procedures. ", Shea Sherrod AsfawChief of Staff, Office of the PresidentUniversity of Michigan, School of Public Health 2001-2003 Fellowship Class, "As someone coming directly from graduate school with little work experience the MGH Administrative Fellowship was a perfect foundation for my budding career. The General Hospital Corporation. Through the rotations a fellow is given exposure to several key areas and asked to work as both a line manager and staff/project manager. This program gave him the opportunity to explore the industry side of healthcare—he worked as an intern at Vertex Pharmaceuticals. From early high school through two years of college, Aaron worked in the Transplantation Biology Research Center at MGH as a laboratory technician. There he gained exposure to the inner mechanics of a high functioning academic medical center. in Microbiology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and went on to work on drug and vaccine research within the Division of Infectious Diseases at MGH. ", Meg Vitter, MHAAssistant Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, LCMC Health SystemTulane University, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine 2001-2003 Fellowship Class, "The fellowship allowed me the opportunity to rotate through a variety of areas in hospital administration and determine which of those best suit my professional goals and my personality. The fellowship program offers exposure to all areas of vascular and non-vascular diagnostic and interventional image-guided procedures. It also provided me the opportunity to see our hospital's leadership at work and to get a first hand account of how important decisions are considered and made at MGH. At PCH, she had the opportunity to spearhead projects focused on enhancing patient care and revising strategic priorities. Let us help you navigate your in-person or virtual visit to Mass General. These conferences include: After two clinical years of fellowship, most cardiology fellows work with a specific scientific mentor learning the tools of investigation across a broad range of research areas. Anna Kuhn, MD, PhD Interventional Neuroradiology Fellow. Each rotation offers a new perspective and each new perspective contributes in a different way to the overall development ofone'sability to create and follow arguments, tease out the important from the trivial,understand new concepts, and adapt one's approach to designing and implementing solutions. The fellowship was truly an invaluable experience. Fellows participate in the weekly Multidisciplinary ACHD Meeting, rotate in pediatric cardiology, genetics aortopathy clinic, as well as Pulmonary Hypertension Clinic in our Pulmonary Unit. Additionally, the mentoring provided by the senior leadership team during (and after) the program is a once in a lifetime opportunity. They attend surgical cases in the operating room, to gain an appreciation of the complexity of cardiac bypass pump physiology and intraoperative management. Publications. Fellows learn the integral role of cardiac stress testing in the practice of clinical cardiology, as well as its limitations, by performing and interpreting studies. One-year program that provides training in structural heart disease procedures for fellows with a completed cardiac catheterization and coronary interventional fellowship. Using the latest technological advancements, we treat a wide range of conditions. While at Boston University, Katy interned at Children's Hospital where she participated in Lean management projects. After concluding his internship though, Aaron decided to return to MGH as a fellow. There is a strong emphasis on complete clinical management of patients via admissions to the IR service, formal inpatient consultations, and outpatient follow-up in the IR Clinic. In 1980, Dr. Edward Smith assumed Chairmanship. in Health Policy and Management. ", Natalie Nguyen, MPHAssociate Director of Research Core Facilities, Partners Research ManagementYale School of Public Health2006-2008 Fellowship Class, "One of the main reasons I chose the MGH Fellowship was to gain exposure to high level thinking and senior leadership at a major academic medical center early on in my career. The MGH Administrative Fellowship is ideal for candidates who are self-motivated and interested in learning about health care management in a large, complex academic medical center. Riley Orrell, MHArorrell@mgh.harvard.edu University of Minnesota. Get the care you need even during COVID-19. After working as the Population Health Coordinator for a physician-hospital organization in New Jersey, Allison pursued a Master’s degree in Health Policy and Management at the Yale School of Public Health. 55 Fruit St, Boston, MA 02114, Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation, Cardiac Surgery and the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Clinical and Translational coursework in Harvard Catalyst, Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation Fellowship, Vascular Diagnostic & Intervention Fellowship, Women’s Heart Health Program, Directors: Drs. The MSK fellowship provides a comprehensive exposure to cross sectional imaging and radiography of rheumatological disorders, spine disorders, joint replacement, trauma, sports medicine, … If given the chance to do over, I would choose the MGH Administrative Fellowship again. Originally from the Hudson Valley of New York, Kerry's career in healthcare began while interning in both the patient care services and marketing departments of the largest multi-specialty practice in New York State. Copyright © 2007-2021. The unique opportunity to work with various departments exposed me to differing perspectives on complex issues, a myriad of role groups, and professional 'languages' that I otherwise would not have been exposed to. His current interests include hospital operations and healthcare services delivery research and innovation. Aaron Fishman, MBAManager, Finance and Business Analytics2013 - 2015 Fellowship ClassBoston College. In addition, many other resources exist to provide opportunities for the development of non-clinical skills. Fellows learn the integral role of cardiac stress testing in the practice of clinical cardiology, … Nandita Scott and Doreen DeFaria Yeh, MGH Cardiac Performance Center (Sports Cardiology), Director: J. Sawalla Guseh, MD, Thoracic Aortic Center, Director: Dr. Eric Isselbacher, Heart Valve Program, Medical Director: Dr. Jon Passeri, Cardio-Oncology Program, Director: Dr. Thomas Neilan, Cardiovascular Prevention Center, Director: Dr. Pradeep Natarajan, Cardiovascular Genetics Program, Directors: Dr. Pradeep Natarajan, Dr. Steve Lubitz, Dr. Mark Lindsay, Complex Coronary and Chronic Total Occlusion Program, Director: Dr. Farouc Jaffer, Multidisciplinary ACHD Conference – weekly, Multidisciplinary Heart Failure & Transplant Conference – weekly, Select courses can be audited across the Harvard System with permission of the instructor. This exposure has contributed significantly to my understanding of the multi-faceted nature of the various entities within the MGH and how they relate to one another. The UMass Medical School’s first Radiology Department was established in 1975 under the Chairmanship of Dr. Lloyd Hawes. Fellows developing interest in the research aspects of diagnostic cardiac ultrasound are encouraged to pursue projects under supervision of the laboratory staff. Rotation Director: Dr. Douglas Drachman Rotation Director: Dr. Ahmed Tawakol Second-year fellows spend one month becoming familiar with the evaluation and management of patients with peripheral vascular disease, including cerebrovascular disease, peripheral arterial disease, renal artery stenosis, complications of venous thromboembolism, and others, 2 weeks at MGH and 2 weeks at BWH. After a brief period working as an engineer, he decided to shift his attention to healthcare systems and policy. The focused year represents an important and valuable opportunity to pursue a year or two six month blocks of subspecialty training in the fourth year of residency. I constantly draw upon things and people I learned through the fellowship and strongly believe I will continue to do so throughout my career. I don't know of any other first job positions post graduate school that allow you the exposure, the mentoring and the depth and breadth of experiences that are presented to you throughout the fellowship. After graduating magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College with her B.A. I am sure that the experience I gained and the network I developed during the Fellowship will last with me throughout my career. The MGH Fellowship experience was one of the most invaluable learning opportunities I have been afforded. Outside of work Keith spends all of his time with his wife Yin and daughters Bea, Anna, and Kate. A wide variety of diagnostic and interventional procedures are performed, with approximately 6,000 cases done per year, approximately 1,400 of which are coronary interventions. Amine received a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota and an Master of Health Administration from The Ohio State University, where he graduated as both a Cleverley and Caswell Scholar. Numerous joint conferences are co-hosted by Neuroradiology … Learn more about the program and how to apply. While at The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, he focused on improving efficiency in the operating room and flow of the emergency department. Fellows become familiar with the anatomy and physiology and current therapies of patients with congenital heart disease or pulmonary hypertension. Provides requisite clinical training required to perform, interpret and teach echocardiography at an academic level, and to engage in clinical and experimental research studies. So in February of 2016, he met with MGH’s radiology residency program directors and then with Radiologist-in-Chief James A. It was truly a transforming experience for me, personally and one that I cherish. of Pennsylvania. Allison graduated summa cum laude from Lehigh University with a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s degree in Sociology. The core rotations provided a unique opportunity to interact with and be evaluated by preceptors in a variety of settings. Nga Yan’s interest in healthcare management emerged and developed through a series of family events. • In August 2012 the two programs agreed to merge to create the Combined BIDMC-MGH Interventional Pulmonary Program. Healthcare proved to do just that and was incredibly complex and engaging. After witnessing the harmful and far-reaching effects of an inefficient and inequitable system, she became determined to pursue a career that would allow her to make an impact on reducing healthcare disparities experienced by vulnerable populations. Trainees in others specialties may also find this video useful to learn more about what happens in image guided lumbar punctures. Fellows participate in daily morning rounds with cardiac anesthesiologists, heart failure speacialists and cardiac intensivists. The difference in outcomes when you take this approach is incredible and it enriches the culture of your organization. Many of the first encounters a fellow has with these patients will be during their initial inpatient stay, after which they are enrolled in the fellow’s clinic. He earned a BS degree in Electrical Engineering at Purdue University and an MD at Indiana University before completing his residency and fellowship at MGH in 1990. He completed an MBA in Health Sector Administration and an MS in Information Systems at Boston University. I was able to test my skills from graduate school while also continuing to learn. Mass General is the #1 Research Hospital in America and the only hospital to be recognized in all 16 specialties assessed by U.S. News & World Report. The fellowship definitely fosters a spirit of learning, and the culture at MGH rewards and recognizes excellence and collaboration. Learn more about the Program's current and past Fellows. Rotation Director: Dr. Kenneth Shelton From a research perspective, the laboratory is involved in several multi- and single-center trials, including, for example, the evaluation of new myocardial tracers, the usage of PET for quantitative coronary physiology and nuclear studies of peripheral vascular disease and plaque inflammation. Mission & Vision Our mission is to provide state-of-the-art, safe and compassionate care to our patients while we train the next generation of innovators and leaders in interventional radiology. 2014-2015 DMITRY TRIFANOV, MD/Resident diagnostic radiology Mercy Catholic Medical Center,Darby,PA. While in graduate school, she completed her one-year Administrative Residency at the Department of Surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Calvin Richardson, MHAProgram Director, Population Health ManagementYale School of Public Health 2011 - 2013 Fellowship Class. It was just as important to learn what I didn't like to do as it was to determine what work environments and activities I do enjoy. Interventional Radiology rotations will include training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, the West Roxbury Veterans Administration Hospital and the Brigham and Women’s Vascular and Vein Care Centers in Newton Corner, Foxboro and Weymouth. At Yale, Doug volunteered at the student-run HAVEN Free Clinic and was President of the American College of Health Care Executives Yale chapter. During the fellowship, each rotation offered me an exclusive perspective from which to view the health care delivery system of a large academic medical center. Fellows serve as the primary cardiologists on new hospital-wide cardiology consultations and admissions to the cardiac step-down unit. Explore fellowships, residencies, internships and other educational opportunities. First year fellows develop proficiency in the performance of diagnostic ultrasound, understanding of basic principles and competence in study interpretation. Over time, Riley realized that her father's administrative role as Chief of Staff was equally important to ensuring safe and quality patient care, and often had a larger upstream impact. Fellows are involved in management of complex cases and play a primary leadership role on the team. BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER . The field of interventional radiology is currently at a crossroads. She found Healthcare Administration to be a perfect combination of everything she enjoys—leadership, healthcare, economics, finance and law. 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