Mr. Eichorn currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer for University Health System (UHS), a newly incorporated, $600 million dollar, not-for-profit entity formed via a public/private partnership with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals. UHS consists of Louisiana State University (LSU) Health Sciences Center Shreveport campus, and the EA Conway campus, a 247-bed hospital located in Monroe, Louisiana. Both hospitals serve as the safety net providers for the indigent populations in their communities.
In prior work, he served as the CFO/VP of Finance for a 650+ multi-specialty physician group in Pennsylvania. In this role, Mr. Eichorn created financial reporting tools to monitor physician productivity, provided benchmark comparisons, generated monthly budget variance reports and created/implemented corrective performance improvement plans.
Mr. Eichorn has worked at various clients and provided operating performance assessments, productivity benchmarking, strategic advisory services for a proposed merger, and designing efficient staffing models for hospitals. He also assisted a state-run hospital system with the development of Transition Service Agreements (TSAs) to support its acquisition of a 300-bed community hospital.
Before joining A&M, Mr. Eichorn worked as a Financial Analyst for the Emory Healthcare System and Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia with a specific focus on the Department of Anesthesiology. His responsibilities included departmental budgeting and variance analysis, monthly P&L reporting, and operational integration of independent physician groups into the Emory network.
Mr. Eichorn earned a bachelor's degree in Finance from Touro College in New York, where he graduated summa cum laude. He received his MBA from Georgia State University in August 2008 with a concentration in both healthcare administration and finance and graduated summa cum laude. In 2017, he earned his Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP) designation.
Mr. Eichorn is active on local community boards and has served as a guest lecturer for the LSU Doctoral Program in Leadership Studies.