Adjunct Professor of Health Administration
Alexander Fein, MPH, EMT-P, FAHA teaches foundational courses on the US health care system and on healthcare administration. He graduated from the University of Florida with a B.A. in Political Science and from Columbia University with an MPH in Healthcare Management. He also holds a certificate in Disaster Medicine and Management from Philadelphia University and a Paramedic Certificate from Santa Fe College. Beginning his career working and teaching as a paramedic, he taught at the University of Florida as the Associate Coordinator of the Emergency Medical Training Center as well as at the University of Pennsylvania, where he served as the Chief Instructor and Life Support Program Administrator at the Penn Medicine Clinical Simulation Center. He currently is the Manager of Clinical Research, Development and Performance Improvement at Executive Health Resources, a healthcare compliance consulting firm.
An elected Fellow of the American Heart Association, Mr. Fein serves on the American Heart Association National Committee on Emergency Cardiovascular Care, helping to develop the latest guidelines for resuscitation used worldwide. He is also a reviewer for the journals of Critical Care Medicine and Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, with numerous publications to his name. A certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Mr. Fein is focused on improving the quality of healthcare to provide better and more cost-effective healthcare to all.
Fein, A.B. (2012). “Leadership and Resuscitation: Attention Must Be Paid! with apologies to Arthur Miller.” Critical Care Medicine, 2012 Sep; 40(9):2719-20.