Meagan Mañé is a Senior Lecturer of Health Administration at NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. She is an accomplished entrepreneur and healthcare finance professional who has 25+ year experience leading businesses through operational and technology changes, helping them achieve financial success along the care continuum.
Meagan began her career as a file clerk at a small accounting firm in St. Louis, MO; she later became co-founder and CFO of 3 private medical practices and held leadership positions with several healthcare organizations.
Meagan is trained in both accounting and information technology; she focuses on improving financial performance for clients (which have included medical practices, hospices, home health organizations, long term care organizations, hospitals, and health systems) by combining operational business process optimization with implementation of technology tools. Her current professional interests include the role and impact of blockchain in the healthcare industry and healthcare reimbursement models along the carecontinuum. She speaks on leadership, entrepreneurship, business process, accounting, and technology.
Meagan received her undergraduate degree in Accounting and her graduate degree in Accounting Information Systems from the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy in the Muma College of Business at the University of South Florida (where she was later hired to teach accounting). She is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Florida and formerly served as an Auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers. She served as Treasurer and Trustee on the Board of an International Baccalaureate college preparatory school. Meagan was born and raised in Iowa and now resides in Florida.