Faculty Profile

Mark Herzog

Mark Herzog, MHSA

  • Executive in Residence and Lecturer, Health Management and Policy

Mr. Herzog is the retired President and CEO of Holy Family Memorial Manitowoc, WI where he served from 2001 to 2018. HFM is an integrated healthcare delivery system regularly topping national hospital rankings including AHA Most Wired, Top Heart Attack Receiving Hospitals, Becker's 150 Best Places to Work and Top 100 Community Hospitals. HFM is a 2018 Medicare Five Star hospital and winner of the 2014 Insight Innovation award. He formed the Herzog Advisory Group in 2018 to assist small to mid-sized organizations and leaders accelerate change, fulfill their potential and concentrate his teaching and thought leadership activities.

Mr. Herzog has been regularly featured in national media including Health Leaders, Becker's and Hospitals and Health Networks, and he participates in the national HealthLeaders CEO Exchange thought leadership event. Additional faculty roles include the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Center for Exceptional Leadership at St. Norbert's College Donald J. Schneider School of Business and Economics, De Pere WI. He has served on the boards of the American Hospital Association Regional Policy Board, the Wisconsin Hospital Association and the New North and Progress Lakeshore economic development organizations. Becker's named Mr. Herzog a "Top 188 CEOs" in the nation in 2017, when he was also appointed to the American Hospital Association's National Healthcare Reform Advisory Group. In this role he was one of 25 national leaders advising the AHA board and senior leadership while the future of the Affordable Care Act was being debated.

He completed a Master's in Health Services Administration degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Lawrence University, Canton NY.

  • MHSA, University of Michigan, 1982
  • BA, History, Biology, St. Lawrence University, 1980

Redesigning health systems to improve the health of communities and mentoring and growing leaders.

Transitions of Care in an Era of Healthcare Transformation - Practitioner Application in the Journal of Healthcare Management Volume 61, Number 3 May/June 2016

Email: markherz@umich.edu

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