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Mary Ann Keogh Hoss is an experienced health services administrator. Her experience and skills as a leader help transform knowledge into actual working realities. Mary Ann has worked in support services, clinical services and administration in government hospitals as well as not-for-profit hospitals.
A Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and Fellow Distinguished in Recreational Therapy, Mary Ann is a nationally-certified recreational therapist. After 30 years in health services, Mary Ann has experience as a support services worker, therapist, manager, chief operating officer, and chief executive officer.
Lynn Anidi, PhD. is an Instructor, Manager, Author, and Speaker. Dr. Anidi is an Instructor that teaches a diverse selection of courses in Healthcare, Business and Research. Dr. Anidi is currently the Program Manager working with HBCU Rising. HBCU Rising is a mentoring organization created by Susan L. Taylor of Essence Magazine that is designed to increase the reading comprehension, STEM competencies and critical thinking skills of middle school students.
As an Executive, she worked for over 25 years with large multi-site and specialty healthcare organizations, helping these organizations automate, streamline, and lead their healthcare labor management with the objective to provide analytical-based recommendations centered around healthcare finance, productivity initiatives, and ultimately helping cut cost and increase revenue.
As a Business and Healthcare Consultant she provides knowledge in multiple functional revenue cycle areas which include: Patient access, Registration/ Patient financial services, Physician and Clinical Decision support, Vendor relations, Analytics Managed care contracting and On-boarding.
Dr. Anidi received her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. She holds an M.B.A degree in Healthcare Management and a Doctorate Degree from A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine – Health Sciences with a specialty in Global Health.
Dr. Anidi has presented at American Public Health Associations Annual Conference and Exposition, on the “effect of Performing Warm-up and Cool-down exercises and its significance when working out”. She is currently on the Board of Directors of Atlanta Cares Mentoring and The Fulton County Landmarks Commission of Georgia.