Dr. Gene Migliaccio is an Adjunct Professor of Global Public Health in the Department of Global Health. Dr. Migliaccio has served on the adjunct faculty since 1995, and has taught courses in health finance and planning; program design and implementation; health program management; leadership and decision-making, and leadership in public health practice and policy. He has also provided short courses on hospital management, supply chain, and quality improvement.
Currently, Dr. Migliaccio serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Public Health Strategies, LLC. He assists healthcare organizations with programs on global health initiatives, leadership and organizational development, wellness, occupational health, managed care, access to care, behavioral health, and strategic development.
Dr. Migliaccio retired from the federal government after serving 35 years in various health care capacities to include being appointed as a member of the Senior Executive Service (SES); and as a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS), and the U.S. Air Force (AF) Medical Service Corps. Within the SES, he served as Executive Director for Community Care Delivery Operations with the Veterans Health Administration where he built a nationwide provider network and oversaw an annual $11 billion budget for Veteran community healthcare; he also served as the Director of Federal Occupational Health Service within the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) where he provided leadership of occupational health services reaching 1.8 million Federal employees.
As a PHS Commissioned Corps Officer, Dr. Migliaccio managed an integrated health care delivery system as the Director of Immigration Health Services for the U.S. Government for more than 12 years. During this time, he also served as the Chief of Staff (Acting) for the U.S. Surgeon General where he worked on transformation of the organization and on health priorities for the nation (prevention, preparedness, and health disparities). Dr. Migliaccio’s assignments in the AF have included positions in hospital administration, managed care, information technology, and health care research. He also has health care legislative experience at both the federal and state levels.
Dr. Migliaccio has served on a number of public/private sector boards; for six years he served on the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Officer Foundation for the Advancement of Public Health as a Trustee, Vice President, and President. He has provided overseas consultations in Singapore, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Guatemala, Bangladesh, Kenya, and Nigeria. He is Board Certified in Health Care Management, and a Fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE).
Dr. Migliaccio is a highly decorated career officer who has received numerous PHS, military, and private sector awards. Additionally, he received recognition for attaining meritorious national distinction in the field of public health by Delta Omega, the public health society. He also received a Proclamation from the Mayor of Houston for assistance with coordinating the federal health care response to over 200,000 Katrina evacuees in Houston, Texas.