Dr. Anthony Stanowski is the President and CEO for the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education, known as CAHME. In this role, he is responsible for all aspects of strategic and operational leadership of CAHME.
Prior to joining CAHME, Anthony held executive/management roles at Fortune 200 companies (Aramark, Thomson Reuters Healthcare Division now DBA as IBM Watson Healthcare), small innovative entrepreneurial organizations (Applied Medical Software), and Philadelphia area providers Jefferson Health System, Main Line Health, and Graduate Health. Anthony is a frequent conference presenter and author. In 2015, Anthony co-authored the book, We Have A Match: My Journey through America’s Transplant System, which details the challenges of providing a positive patient experience in the transplant system.
Anthony serves on the advisory board of Medi+Sign, an innovative technology company dedicated to improving patient safety and care coordination. He is also the principal healthcare advisor to Towne Park, a leading hospitality and healthcare services company. He was the chair of the board Quality Committee at Bon Secours Baltimore Health System. He served on the American Hospital’s Association Committee on Governance, as a President of the Healthcare Planning and Marketing Society of New Jersey, and is the inaugural president of the Widener University Healthcare Management Alumni Association.
Anthony received his doctorate degree from the Medical University of South Carolina, where his doctoral thesis focused on the relationship between patient experience and costs. He holds graduate degrees from Drexel (Marketing) and Widener (Health Care Administration) Universities, and a bachelor’s from the University of Pennsylvania (Communications and Psychology). He is Board Certified in healthcare management as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.