Victor Tabbush


Healthcare Economics, Business Case Development, Cross-Sector Partnerships, Capacity Building

“Today’s complex healthcare challenges call for innovative solutions that can only come when the health and social sectors work together. This is why I’m committed to helping organizations build the capacities they’ll need to develop sustainable partnership strategies.”

Victor helps health and social organizations master the kind of “outside-in” thinking necessary to develop cross-sector solutions for meeting the needs of high-need, high-cost populations.  Our clients value his deep expertise in business and economics, his proven methods for enabling healthcare organizations and their community partners to create mutually beneficial financial arrangements to fund the delivery of services, and his firm commitment to leadership and management capacity building.

His work over the past six years has focused on the integration of the social determinants of health into the medical system, and on the planning, negotiation, implementation and measurement of productive partnerships that transform healthcare delivery. In this work, he has provided our clients with instrumental capacity building assistance, financial and strategic guidance and practical tools for execution. His work has also been supported by National and State Foundations and Associations who are interested in creating a more coordinated and integrated approach to health and healthcare delivery.

Victor earned his doctorate in Economics from UCLA and is Adjunct Professor Emeritus at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He is the founding director of the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Management Development Institute, which builds management and leadership capacity of health systems in sub-Saharan Africa and the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive program serving U.S. community clinics and AIDs service organizations.

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