He has provided interim management services on multiple A&M healthcare engagements, serving as the CFO for healthcare clients. He focuses on designing efficient operating models and developing executable strategic plans.
Mr. Eichorn currently serves as the CFO for an academic medical center with a focus on implementing analytical tools through Decision Support to enhance net revenue, improve accounts receivable recovery, and ensure rate reimbursement accuracy & appropriateness of reserves for contractual allowances and bad debt. He also leads performance improvement initiatives which identified nearly $10M of bottom line improvement.
Additionally, Mr. Eichorn recently served as the CFO for University Health System (UHS), a newly incorporated, $600M, not-for-profit entity formed via a public/private partnership with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals. UHS consists of LSU Health Sciences Center – Shreveport campus, a 457-bed academic medical center & Level-1 trauma center, affiliated with the LSU School Medicine, and the EA Conway campus a 247-bed hospital. Both hospitals serve as the safety net providers for the indigent populations in their communities.
Prior to this, he was Interim VP of Finance/CFO for a 650+ multi-specialty physician group where he created financial reporting tools to monitor productivity, provide benchmark comparisons, monthly budget variances and creation/implementation of corrective performance improvement plans.
In other assignments, Mr. Eichorn assessed clients on operating performance, provided labor/physician productivity benchmarking, provided strategic advisory services including the development Transition Services Agreements (TSA) for a proposed merger, and developed plans for an international hospital system to create a new free standing pediatric hospital, and specialist/sub-specialist pediatric physician network. Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Eichorn worked as a Financial Analyst for the Emory Healthcare System and Grady Memorial Hospital with a specific focus on the Anesthesiology Department. His responsibilities included departmental budgeting & variance analysis, monthly P&L reporting, and operational integration of independent physician groups into the Emory network.
Mr. Eichorn earned a bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, in finance from Touro College in New York. He earned a master’s degree, summa cum laude, in business administration from Georgia State University with concentrations in healthcare administration and finance. He is active on local community Boards and has served as a guest lecturer for the LSU Doctoral Program in Leadership Studies.