McLean, Virginia 22102 School of Nursing and Health Studies Box 571107
3700 Reservoir Road N..W.
Washington, D.C. 20057-1107
Phone Home 703-356-9033 Georgetown University 202-687-8150
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Education University of
Minnesota: Bachelor of Arts (Political Science, History, Humanities and
Social Science majors)
Master of Health Services Administration
Master of Arts (Public Administration, Latin American
Doctor of Philosophy (Health Services, Epidemiology )
Experience 2000 Professor and Chair (to 2008), Department of Health Systems Administration, Georgetown University
School of Nursing and Health Studies
1998-2000 Senior Health Advisor, Academy For Educational Development,
Subcontracted to The World Bank, and
Professor (visiting) and Chairman (Interim), Department of Health
Services Management and Policy, The George Washington University
1996-1998 Consultant: 1) International Finance Corporation, Health Sector Development Study 2)The World Bank, Romania health sector reform loan design 3) planning and implementation of the Tashkent conference on reform of medical education in the former USSR.
1996-2004 Senior Research Scientist, Center for Health Services Research, Medical Group Management Association
1993 - 1996 Vice President, International Development
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (part-time)
1993 - 1995 Associate Director
Pew Commission on the Future of the Health Professions (part-time)
1965 - 1993 President
Association of University Programs In Health Administration
1968 - 1982 Executive Secretary
Accrediting Commission on Education for Health Services Administration
1965 Acting Director, Minnesota Hospital Association
1962 Guest Scholar, The Brookings Institution
1961 - 1962 Administrative Resident and Administrative Assistant
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
1959 Administrative Fellow President's Office, University of Minnesota
December 1956 - Director
April I957 Hungarian Student Refugee Reception Center, World University Service and Institute of International Education, Camp Kilmer, New Jersey
Current Memberships and Appointments American Association for Higher Education
American College of Healthcare Executives
American Public Health Association (Fellow)
American Society of Health System Pharmacists, Commission on Goals, 2004-2008
Association of American Medical Colleges
Companion Care Association, Board of Directors and Treasurer, 2004-
The Cosmos Club, Washington D.C., 1980-
Global Health Council
Society for International Development
Citizens Advisory Center, Board of Directors, 2006-
Central American Public Administration Institute (ICAP), Costa Rica
Indian Health Service (DHSS)
National Center for Health Services Research and Technology Assessment
Government of New Zealand, Department of Health
University of Minnesota, Center for Health Services Research
The Baxter Foundation
The Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan
Tulane University Medical Center
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Vanderbilt University - Peabody College
Kettering College of Medical Arts
International Finance Corporation
The Coalition for Not-For-Profit Healthcare
University of Iowa, School of Medicine
Association of Academic Health Centers
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Pew Global Stewardship Initiative
Western Maryland Area Health Education Center
University of Central Florida, College of Health and Public Affairs
White House International Health Assessment
The World Bank
American International Health Alliance
James Madision University, College of Nursing and Health Care
Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University
Health Resources and Services Administration (DHSS)
Johnson & Johnson International
McKinsey & Company
Eli Lilly and Company
Joint Commission International
Publications “The Big Picture in International Education,” TEKE LIFE, Tau Kappa Epsilon: Kansas City. Issues of November 1958 through May 1959.
“An Outdoor Camp and Conference Center for the University of Minnesota,” Report to the Administrative Committee on a Conference Center. Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota, 1959, p. 142.
“A Comparative Study of the Utilization of Certain Hospital Services for Geriatric and Other Adult Patients Staying Thirty Days or Less in a General Acute Teaching Hospital,” Baltimore: Operations Research Division, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1961, p. 93.
“Some Aspects of Care of the Chronically III Aged: The Present and Preferred Future,” Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1963, p.160.
“The Senate Rejects Health Insurance for the Aged,” Washington: The Brookings Institution, 1963. Publication in 4003, University Microfilms lnternational, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
“Trends and Developments in Education for Hospital Administration,” with J. D. Thompson, Hospital Administration Vol. 12, No. 4, Fall 1966, pp 13-32.
“Organization of the School of Medicine and the Teaching of Preventive Medicine at the University of Chile,” Battle Creek: W. K. Kellogg Foundation, August, 1966, p. 89.
“Medical Schools and Hospitals," American Journal of Public Health Vol. 57, No. 3, March, 1967, pp 559-560. (Review)
“Program of Government Action - The Medicare Legislation,” Proceedings of the Fourth Alumni Institute in Hospital Administration, University of Minnesota, 1968.
“Teaching Preventive Medicine in Chile,” The Journal of Medical Education, Vol. 44, No. 4, Fall 1969, pp 55-67.
“Ensenanza de Administracion de Hospitales en la Escuela de Salud Publica de la Universidad de Buenos Aires,” Washington: Oficina Sanitara Panamericana, 1971, p. 36.
“Toward a Re-examination of Education for Health Administration,” In: Executive Development for Graduates of Master’s Degree Programs in Hospital and Health Care Administration, Stimson and Taylor (eds), Berkeley: University of California, 1973, pp 65-69.
“A Non-Traditional Controversial and Badly Needed Approach to Undergraduate Credentials in Health Administration," Radcliffe Institute Bulletin Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1976, pp 1-6.
“Traditional Accreditation May be Obsolete for Today,” Accreditation, Vol. 3, No. 2, November 1977, p. 5.
“What Can We Learn From the International Health Experience?” Hospital and Health ServicesAdministration, Vol. 22, No. 4, Fall 1977, pp 6-23.
“Education for Health Services Administration,” with S. Loebs, In: Review of Allied Health Education: 2 Hamburg (ed), Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1977, pp 169-185.
“Health Care Systems in World Perspective,” and “Health Care: An international Study,” Program Notes, No. 77, November 1977, pp 38-41. (Review)
“Health Administration in the Context of Financing Higher Education,” In: A Future Agenda, Ann Arbor, Health Administration Press, 1977, pp 142-158.
“The Management of Health Services,” In: The International Encyclopedia of Higher Education. A.S. Knowles (ed), San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1977.
“Educators Revise Training Plan for Administrators in Health Care,” Federation of American Hospitals, Review, Vol. 11, No. 1, February 1978, pp 224-226. (Interview)
"Achieving Quality Education for Health Services Administration,” In: Unmet Needs Education for Health Services Administration in Canada, John Gross, (ed), Ottawa: Canadian College of Health Services Executives, 1978, pp 87-105.
“An Interview with Gary Filerman,” Health Care Management Review Vol. 4, No. 2, Spring 1979, pp 75-82.
“Undermanagement in Health Care: A Growing Threat?” Hospital Management Quarterly, Summer 1980.
“Gary L. Filerman: A First-Person Profile,” Lewis E. Weeks (ed), The Oral History Project of the Hospital Research & Educational Trust and W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Chicago, 1981.
“Success in the Year 2000,” The Alabama Journal of MedicalSciences, Vol. 18, No. 1, January 198 1, pp 11-13.
"Varieties of Health Administration Education,” In: The Challenge of Administering Health Services, Bellin and Weeks (eds), Washington, D.C. and Ann Arbor, AUPHA Press, 1981, pp 1-12.
“120 Careers in the Health Care Field,” Medical Care, Vol. XIX, No. 7, July 1981, p. 783. (Review)
"Materials and Facilities Management,” with W. DeGeyndt, Self-Assessment Module for Developing Country Health Systems. USAID Contract TA-C-1480, 'Health Management Appraisal Methods,' Washington, D.C., 1981, p. 106.
“The Need for Creative Managerial Epidemiology,” In: The New Epidemiology, A. Crichton and D. Neuhauser (eds), Washington and Ann Arbor AUPHA Press, 1982, pp 3-13.
“Norms, Standards, and Goals: Defining the Quality of Medical Care,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Medicine, Mexico, D.F.: National Academy of Medicine, 1983. ( in Spanish)
“Policy to Develop Faculty Capacity," Proceedings of the National Academy of Medicine, Mexico, D.F.: National Academy of Medicine, 1983.(in Spanish)
“Developing the Infrastructure of Education for a Changing Environment,” The Journal of Health Administration Education, Vol. 1, No. 3, Summer 1983, pp 317-326.
“The North American Perspective on Education and Practice,” In: The World of Health Services Administration Education, Lisbon: Escola Nacional de Saude Publica de Portugal, 1983,
“The Influence of Policy Objectives on the Pattern of Professional Education and Accreditation: The Case of Hospital Administration,” Journal of Health Administration Education, Vol. 2, No. 4, Fall 1984, pp 431-457.
“Socioeconomic Trends and Strategic Planning for Health Services Education,” Educational Record, Fall 1984, pp 4-8.
“Professional Maturity and the University of Chicago,” Journal of Health AdministrationEducation, Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring 1984, pp 117-19.
“Administracion de Sistemas de Salud,” Journal of Health AdministrationEducation, Vol. 2,
“Management Capacity and Management Change,” In: Proceedings of the 1984 Administrative Forum, Danville, Pennsylvania: Geisinger Medical Center, 1984, pp 21-28.
“Nurse Managers: Preparing for the Future,” (Editorial), Nursing and Health Care, Vol. 6, No. 2, February 1985, p. 61.
“The Development and Current Status of Programs in Health Administration," Journal of Health Administration Education, Vol. 3, No. 2, Part 11, Spring 1985, pp 83-92.
“University Organization and National Strategy for International Health,” D. Shires, L. Mensah and D. O'Brien (eds), In: Canadian Universities Role in International Health, Halifax, Nova Scotia: Lester Pearson Institute for International Development, 1986, pp 47-59. Reprinted and retitled “Canadian Universities and International Health,” Health Management. Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1986, pp 4-16.
“Achieving and Maintaining External Confidence in Education: A Call to Action," Journal of Health Administration Education, Vol. 5, No. 2, Spring 1987, pp 197-203.
"Cost Containment Education Efforts and Organizational Change,” In: Medical Education: Making the Grade in Cost Containment, R. Cunningham, C. P. Friedman and W. Weaver (eds), Battle Creek: W. K. Kellogg Foundation, 1986, pp 49-51.
“International Health Education Networking: Success and Failure,” Proceedings of the XI Pan American Conference on Medical Education, Mexico City, PAFAM, 1986.
“First and Foremost in Community Health Centres: The Centre in Sault Ste. Marie and the CHA Alternative,” by Jonathan Lomas, in: The American Review of Canadian Studies, Vol. XVII,
No. 3., Autumn 1987, pp 355-356. (Review)
Health Administration Employment: A Survey of Early Career Opportunities. Heurman, J.N., G. L. Filerman, M.S. Lane. Korn/Ferry International-AUPHA. New York, Korn/Ferry International, 1987.
“A Future of Consequence: The Manager’s Role in Health Services” (editor), Washington, D.C.: AUPHA Press, 1989, p. 350; and “Toward a Future of Consequence: The Education of a Health Service Administrator,” pp 3-28.
“A Guide to the Birds of Costa Rica,” by Skutch and Stiles, in: Audubon Naturalist News (Naturalist Review), Vol. 15, No. 10, November 1990, p. 9. (Review)
“International Perspectives on Healthcare,” Healthcare Executive, Vol. 5, No. 4,
July/August 1990, pp. 31-32.
“Problems of Small and Middle Size United States Hospitals,” Hospital, Tokyo, February 1990, Vol. 49, No.2, (in Japanese), pp 142-143.
“La Responsabilidad de la Educacion en la Generacion de Salud," Revista Administracion en Salud. (Santiago, Chile), No. 12, 1990, pp 29-37.
Gelmon, S.B., and G.L. Filerman. “Education of Future Health Care Executives for Quality Improvement: A University Perspective on Shaping a Hospital-University Partnership." Proceedings of the University of Minnesota Symposium, Managing Quality Improvement Processes for the Malcolm Baldridge Award, Minneapolis, 1991
“Health Care Administration: Our Future,” Proceedings of the Geisinger Administrative Forum, Danville, Pennsylvania, 1991, pp 54-57.
“In Due Time,” Health Management Quarterly, vol. XIV, Fourth quarter, 1992, pp.7-1 1.
"Insulate Congress on Health Reform,” The New York Times, February 21, 1993, Section 3, p. 15.
“Health: The Emerging Context of Management”, The AUPHA Manual of Health Services Management, Taylor and Taylor (eds)., Aspen Publishers, 1994, pp. 3-18.
“Health Care and Education Reform: The Time to Manage For Change is Yesterday”, Educational Record, vol. 75, No. 1, Winter 1994, pp. 47-51.
“Policy and Funding Implications of Programs Providing Education in Long-term Institutions,” in Mitty, E.L. (ed.) Mechanisms of Quality in Long-Term Care: Education, New York, National League for Nursing Press, 1994, pp.
Ramirez, Bemardo and Filerman, G.L., “Is Health Services Administration Unique?” Rodrigues, R.J. and Malik, A.M. (eds), Preparing Health Care Managers For a Changing World, Santiago, Chile, Insora, 1994. pp. 107-110
“The Administration of Health Services in the Twenty-First Century” Kovner, Anthony R. and Neuhauser, Duncan (eds.), Health Services Management: Readings and Commentary, Health Administration Press, 1994. Pp..93-108.
Brand,M. and Filerman, G.L., “The Future of Allied Health, Perspectives from the Field.” Report of U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions. BHP electronic library, 1995
“Professor Bugbee: A Road Well Traveled” The Journal of Health Administration Education Vol. 14, No. 3, Summer 1996. pp 389-395.
“Respiratory Care and Managed Care: Mandate for Change” AARC TIMES, Vol. 21, No.2, February, 1997. pp 22-24.
“Andrew Pattullo and ‘A Strategy for Building A Profession’” Journal Of Health Administration Education, Vol. 16, No.1 Winter, 1998. pp 99-104.
“Restructuring The Health Workforce of the NIS Countries”, Journal of Health and Population in Developing Countries, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1998. Pp.40-43
“NIS/US Health Workforce Planning 2000” Book (ed). Washington American International Health Alliance and Association of Academic Health Centers, 1999. Pp.107. (also in Russian).
“Perspectives on the Health Workforce in the NIS”, in Filerman (ed.), op.cit. pp.1-26.
“Conclusions of the Tashkent Conference”, in Filerman (ed.) op. cit. pp. 93-96.
“Sources of Support for International Health Activities of Academic Health Centers” Washington, D.C., Association of Academic Health Centers, 1999. Pp. 22
Ratzen, Scott C., Filerman, Gary L., and Lesar, John W, “Attaining Global Health: Challenges and Opportunities” Population Bulletin, Vol. 55, No.1, March 2000. 48pp.
Filerman, Gary and Pearson, Clarence, “The Mandate: Transformational Leadership” Koop, C. E., Pearson, C. E. and Schwarz, M .R. (eds.), Critical Issues in Global Health, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2001. Pp .446-453.
Allegrante, John P., Filerman, Gary L., LeSar, Jack W., Norris, Laurie, Pearson, Clarence E., Schwarz, M.Roy, and Koop, C. .Everett. “ A Call for a New Approach to Global Health Leadership Development: The Report of the Salzburg Seminar Special Session on Critical Issues in Global Health” Salzburg, Austria, The Salzburg Seminar, 2000.
“US Healthcare Diagnosis: Continuing Turbulence” Skandinavien Direkt, Stockholm, 7,Oktober,2000 pp 22-25 ( in Swedish)
“The Search for the Evidence Gives Cohesion to Learning”, in W. White (ed) Empowered by Evidence: John D. Thompson, Nurse and Health Services Researcher, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2003.
Filerman, G and Persaud, D. “Advocacy Defines the Health Care System” in Leatt ,P and Mapa, J. (eds) Government Relations In Health Care: A Leadership Essential”,Toronto, Quorum/Greenwood Publishing. 2003
“Closing the Management Competence Gap” (invited commentary), World Health Organization Human Resources For Health 2003 1:7 on-line http://www.human-resources.com/content/1/1/7 Innovations in Health Services Delivery: The Corporatization of Public Hospitals. Review. Inquiry, 41, No.2. Summer 2004. pp. 234-236.
Filerman, Gary and Komaridis, Kathryn “ A Gap in the Pharmacy”, Modern Healthcare (Commentary) July 24, 2006 p.24.
Jones, Sonya Rochelle and Filerman, Gary L.” An Analysis of The Impact of The David A. Winston Health Policy Fellowship” The Journal of Health Administration Education, Vol. 24, No. 1, Winter 2007. Pp. 33-41
Greene, Barry K. and Filerman, Gary L. “Reinventing CME: The Role of the Care Pilot in the Medical Group Practice” Journal of Ambulatory Care Management Vol. 30, No. 4, 2007. pp. 238-290.
Filerman, Gary L. and Komaridis, Kathryn L. “The Pharmacy Leadership Competency Gap: Diagnosis and Prescription” The Journal of Health Administration Education Vol. 24 No. 2, Spring 2007. pp. 117-134.
Filerman, Gary L. “The Future of Health Care Boards” Nash, D.B., Oetgen, W.J. and Pracilio, V.P.(eds.) Governance for Health Care Providers: The Call to Leadership, Productivity Press. 2008. pp 307-321.
Filerman, G.L. et. al. The State of Healthcare Labor Relations. A round table discussion. Modern Healthcare, November 17, 2008 pp.26-32.
Filerman, Gary, “The Future of Boards: White Water Ahead”, Prescriptions for Excellence in Health Care, Jefferson School of Population Health, Issue 5, Summer 2009. pp.12-14.