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William Eric Epstein

William Eric Epstein, American health care executive.


Epstein, William Eric was born on November 10, 1949 in New York City. Son of Felix Epstein and Betty Elizabeth Moses.


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, Northeastern University, 1972. Master of Business Administration, New York University, 1975.


Systems engineer Peter B. Brigham Hospital, Boston, 1969-1972. Senior management consultant New York City Heath Hospital, 1972-1976. Assistant to vice president planning Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, 1976-1980, assistant director, 1980-1982, administrator, 1982-1987, associate director, 1987-1991.

Assistant vice president Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, 1991-1993, vice president management, regional vice president corporation services Allegheny HERF (Health Education Reserve Foundation), 1994-1995. Principal Fineman & Associate, Bronxville, New York, 1996-1998. Senior manager Computer Associates, Islandia, 1998-1999.

Chief Financial Officer Research Foundation, Brooklyn, 1999-2001. Senior AED Harlem Hospital, New York City, since 2001. Preceptor Baruch College City University of New York, New York City, 1984-1991.

Adjunct lecturer Mount Sinai School Medicine, New York City, 1987-1991. Advisor, panel member healthcare administration program New School for Social Research Graduate School Management, New York City, 1988. Lecturer Seton Hall University.

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President Harmon Cove Condominium Association, Secaucus, New Jersey, 1986-1991. Member campaign committee Young Leadership National Board-State of Israel, since 1991. Fellow American College Health Care Executive (examiner, regents advisory council Research Board).

Member Health Care Infosystems Society (certified, senior member), Hospital Materials Management Society (senior member), Health Care Management and Information Systems Society, American Hospital Association, New York University Alumni Association Stern Graduate School Business.


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    Avocations: photography, flute, tennis, golf.