PEMBA Alumnus Gerald "Jerry" Maccioli
Auburn Physicians Executive MBA alumnus Gerald Maccioli, Class of 2016, was recently recognized as one of the nation's top 50 experts leading the field of patient safety according, according to Becker’s Hospital Review.
Dr. Maccioli is chief quality officer and medical director of Envision Healthcare Center for Quality and Patient Safety in Nashville. As chief quality officer, he has bolstered the physician-led organization's quality improvement reporting initiatives by creating a dedicated quality organization of more than 200 individuals. Maccioli has served as the chair of the American Medical Association Committee of Innovators and director of quality for American Anesthesiology of North Carolina.
“I am honored to be included among such a distinguished of leaders working to promote patient safety and contribute to the advancement of patient care,“ Maccioli said.
The 50 professionals chosen are prominent advocates for patient safety. Individuals featured here are clinicians, advocacy group leaders, professors, researchers, administrators and healthcare providers. Many honorees have received industry awards, published articles and led initiatives to facilitate the reduction of patient harm in the healthcare setting.
Becker's Hospital Review is a monthly publication geared to hospital leaders that provides business and legal news as well as analysis relating to hospitals. The publication’s editorial team selected patient safety leaders for inclusion on the list based on nominations, current leadership positions and an examination of patient awards, publications and various achievements in the field of patient safety. Nominations were considered during the selection process.
About the Auburn MBA
Housed in the Harbert College of Business, Auburn MBA programs serve more than 580 students and an alumni network of more than 5,000. Auburn offers the MBA degree across multiple delivery models, allowing students to choose the program that best accommodates their professional and personal demands. The Online MBA ranks 11th and the Full-Time MBA ranks 73rd in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. The Executive MBA ranks 20th in the Mid-Atlantic/South region by Ivy Exec and the Physicians Executive MBA ranks 15th by Modern Healthcare.
For more information, visit harbert.auburn.edu.
Interested in earning your executive MBA? Contact MBA Admissions Advisor Joe Collazo at (877) AUB-EMBA or email@example.com.