Macy Matthews is a business manager with Global Medicine at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Macy is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day business operations of the Global Medicine Department. Her primary duty is managing small team of Operations Coordinators, who financially clear patients for services at CHOP. She also promotes long-lasting relationships and collaborations throughout the Hospital, with international payers and medical vendors.
Since joining the Global Medicine Department in 2013, Macy has grown and developed her skills to meet the changing needs of our department and patients. She has transitioned roles from a Financial Case Coordinator, to an Operations Coordinator, and most recently the Business Manager. With each position she has secured more knowledge and appreciation of the diverse international population we serve.
Education and Training
BS – Health Services Administration, minor in Business Administration, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
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