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Attain Recruits Former Harvard Medical School Dean for Education Division

Attain Recruits Former Harvard Medical School Dean for Education Division - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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John Deely, former Harvard Medical School Business and Finance Dean, has joined Attain as a senior manager, the company announced today.

Deely, who has more than 30 years of experience in academic medical center management, will lead delivery of services and solutions to academic medical center clients. Most recently, he served as associate dean of resource management at Howard University College of Medicine, where he was responsible for leading the financial, administrative and operational functions of the College of Medicine.

Attain recently reorganized its state and local government, education division. The new organization will now be expanded to three areas: strategic services, operational services, and IT solutions.

“We are happy to have such an invaluable resource as John join us at Attain as we further strengthen and expand our presence serving academic medical centers in the higher education community,“ said John O'Neill, who was recently named division president. “With John's expertise in AMC research and finance strategy and management, we are now aptly positioned to address even more of the complex challenges AMCs face as they navigate the evolving education, research, and healthcare landscapes.“

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