David Chin, MD, MBA
Director of Executive Education
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
David C. Chin is a Distinguished Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Before joining Hopkins he was a senior national partner in the US Healthcare Industries Advisory Practice of PwC and former leader of PwC’s Global Healthcare Research Institute. Dr. Chin is also a member of the Board of Directors for the National Committee for Quality Assurance in Washington, DC. During his career at PwC, Chin led major strategic planning and operations improvement engagements for academic medical centers and payers around the world.
Before joining PwC, Chin was the President of the Novalis Corporation, a privately held company that franchised HMOs on a turnkey basis, and also served on the Board of Directors of Baxter International, Inc. Prior to those positions, he was the President and Medical Director of the Health Centers Division of the Harvard Community Health Plan, a staff model HMO providing health care to residents in Eastern Massachusetts. Chin holds a BA from Harvard College, an MD from Harvard Medical School, and an MBA from Stanford Business School, as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar.
Mark J. Bittle, DrPH, MBA, FACHE
Program Director, Masters in Health Administration Program
Associate Scientist, Department of Health Policy and Management
Executive Scholar, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Associate Faculty, Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Quality and Patient Safety
Mark Bittle is an experienced health care executive and a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. His healthcare management experience spans ambulatory services and physician practice development, physician integration, care delivery model innovation and service line management, and using evidence-based management to lead organizations through complex change to improve organizational performance. His background also includes developing managed care infrastructure and management of health care under global capitation. Bittle earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Emergency Health Services Administration from the University of Maryland, his MBA from the University of Baltimore, and his Doctorate in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.
Bittle teaches Health Care Financing, Leadership and Management, and Healthcare Strategy for Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. He served as a member of the Bloomberg School of Public Health reaccreditation committee and is a member of the University of Maryland University College’s Master of Science in Healthcare Administration Advisory Board. Areas of teaching/research interest include change and change management in large health care systems, physician alignment and engagement strategies to improve system performance, patient safety related to the proliferation of electronic health care systems in physician office settings, and development of systems of care (care coordination) within integrated delivery systems.
On a personal note, Bittle has been married to Theresa for 31 years and they are proud parents of 2 children, Greg and Lauren. Bittle is an avid aviator and holds a Commercial pilot certificate with multi-engine and instrument ratings and is a certified flight instructor. When they are not flying, Bittle and his wife also enjoy boating, cooking, and spending spare time together.
Toni (Antoinette Sapet) Ungaretti, PhD
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Education
Toni Ungaretti is an assistant professor in the Johns Hopkins School of Education where she has implemented the Master of Education for the Health Professions program. She also co-teaches the clinical teaching seminar for Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Fellows in the School of Medicine. She helped develop and deliver the course Principles and Practices in Medical Education for CME in the SOM.
Previously, Ungaretti served as the assistant dean for the Office of Learning at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, as associate dean and co-director of the Division of Business and Undergraduate Studies in the School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, and as chair of the Department of Teacher Development and Leadership. She developed the Master of Science in Math Science Education, designed the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, and established some of the first professional development schools in the nation. Her interests include education of professionals in business and medicine, interdisciplinary education, international education, and corporate-university partnerships. Ungaretti earned her PhD in Human Development from the University of Maryland, her Master of Science degree from the University of Delaware, and her Bachelor of Science degree from Carnegie-Mellon University.