Year of fellowship: 2017-2018
Background: Tetiana received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics with minor in Math from Southern Connecticut State University. Upon graduation, she worked at Yale New Haven Health system in Patient Access and Internal Consulting. After a year of working in healthcare, Tetiana attained a Change Acceleration Process certificate as well as a Certified Revenue Cycle Specialist certificate through AAHAM. Upon gaining healthcare experience, Tetiana returned to school and obtained her Master in Healthcare Administration degree from Columbia University, graduating in 2017.
Focus during fellowship: During her fellowship, Tetiana supported the work of the organization's senior administrative and clinical leadership through direct engagement and collaboration on organizational projects. Tetiana rotated in a number of business and clinical departments, including Patient Business Services, Baylor Improvement Group, Ambulatory Operations, Department of Orthopedics, Department of Urology, Development Office, and Research. Some of the key projects that Tetiana worked on include physician compensation plan redesign, organizational process framework design, clinics relocation facilitation and management, as well as analysis and recommendation for clinical operational process improvement.
Current status: Tetiana serves as the Senior Manager in Business Operations over two surgical departments at Baylor Medicine: Orthopedic Surgery and Urology. Her wide range of experience and expertise that span across all business areas in the entire continuum of patient care, equipped Tetiana to perform exceptionally in her current role, which involves planning, coordinating, and directing broad and complex operations and financial functions. Her key job responsibilities include financial management, budgeting, as well as business operations management across Clinical, Education, and Research missions of the organization. Tetiana’s advanced analytical, strategy, and finance skills are some of her key strengths, and her dedication to the mission, positive leadership operating within diverse teams, and love for people is what makes her experience at Baylor Medicine truly fulfilling.