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Amy Bilyea

Controller

Otsego Memorial Hospital

Direct Phone: (989) ***-****       

Email: a***@***.org

Otsego Memorial Hospital

825 N. Center Ave.

Gaylord, Michigan 49735

United States

Company Description

Otsego Memorial Hospital is developing a new tool designed to match talented employees with the largest employer in Otsego County. A video production, which will be available in the form of a CD, is in the final stages of production. The CD will give H... more

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Employment History

Board
Healthcare Financial Management Association

Director of Accounting
Mercy Hospital Cadillac

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Officers / Board Members

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Amy Bilyea, Director, Northern Michigan

Controller Otsego Memorial Hospital 825 N Center Street Gaylord, MI 49735-1592


The Great Lakes Chapter of HFMA provides newsletter and education to address industry hot topics. We serve 32,000 members employed by hospitals & other healthcare organizations.

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Amy A. Bilyea, Chapter President Great Lakes HFMA 825 N. Center Ave. Gaylord, MI 49735 989-731-2210 abilyea@myomh.org


The Great Lakes Chapter of HFMA provides newsletter and education to address industry hot topics. We serve 32,000 members employed by hospitals & other healthcare organizations.

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Amy A. Bilyea, Chapter President Great Lakes HFMA 825 N. Center Ave. Gaylord, MI 49735 989-731-2210 abilyea@myomh.org


Munson Healthcare

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Amy Bilyea, Director of Budget and Accounting at Mercy Hospital Cadillac, recently returned from Africa doing exactly this.

Amy traveled with two other people who were also employed by Trinity Health, Mercy Hospital's parent company.This adventure was conceived through Trinity Health International, a subsidiary of Trinity Health committed to enabling, teaching and assisting health personnel in developing and developed countries improve their services.Its goal is to contribute to quality, compassionate health care for the suffering and needy of the world.
Amy left on July 31 for the state of Lagos in the country of Nigeria, Africa.There, she and her two counterparts, one a strategic business planner from Maryland and the other a nurse manager from California, toured a variety of hospitals and clinics in order to learn about hospital systems in Nigeria.
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The hospital has 600 beds, 54 employees and only sees one patient a day, according to Amy.She and her co-workers were able to assess needs, offer suggestions, and in turn, they wrote a report for Chief Akindele with their recommendations.
"One of my recommendations was for them to develop a financial ratio analysis, which will aid in decision making and profitability.One of the most interesting things was that their entire payment system is cash.It's not like how we have it here," says Amy.
Amy did a lot of research for potential donors to this hospital as well.She learned that there are many worldwide companies with locations in Nigeria that build their own health clinics on site due to the lack of proper health care in the country.
"They said that if there were better hospitals in Nigeria, they'd use them," states Amy.Through these conversations, she determined that there were some promising resources for philanthropy that Chief Akindele could tap into to help realize his dream of creating a state-of-the-art health facility in Nigeria.
Beyond the business of her trip, Amy was touched by the Nigerian culture.
"While the rich are very rich and the poor are very poor, there is a great desire to help one another.This was one of the most encouraging things about my trip.It's their tradition to help people through health care or other means and they want to make this hospital happen.They want to be able to provide premier health care.This giving attitude is truly their way of life," says Amy.
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Cutline: While in Africa, Amy visited local dignitaries to gain knowledge of their expectations of health care needs in Nigeria.Here, Amy is pictured with Governor Senator Rasheed Ladoja of Oyo State, Nigeria.


Munson Healthcare

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Amy Bilyea, Director of Budget and Accounting at Mercy Hospital Cadillac, recently returned from Africa doing exactly this.

Amy traveled with two other people who were also employed by Trinity Health, Mercy Hospital?s parent company.This adventure was conceived through Trinity Health International, a subsidiary of Trinity Health committed to enabling, teaching and assisting health personnel in developing and developed countries improve their services.Its goal is to contribute to quality, compassionate health care for the suffering and needy of the world.
Amy left on July 31 for the state of Lagos in the country of Nigeria, Africa.There, she and her two counterparts, one a strategic business planner from Maryland and the other a nurse manager from California, toured a variety of hospitals and clinics in order to learn about hospital systems in Nigeria.
...
The hospital has 600 beds, 54 employees and only sees one patient a day, according to Amy.She and her co-workers were able to assess needs, offer suggestions, and in turn, they wrote a report for Chief Akindele with their recommendations.
?One of my recommendations was for them to develop a financial ratio analysis, which will aid in decision making and profitability.One of the most interesting things was that their entire payment system is cash.It?s not like how we have it here,? says Amy.
Amy did a lot of research for potential donors to this hospital as well.She learned that there are many worldwide companies with locations in Nigeria that build their own health clinics on site due to the lack of proper health care in the country.
?They said that if there were better hospitals in Nigeria, they?d use them,? states Amy.Through these conversations, she determined that there were some promising resources for philanthropy that Chief Akindele could tap into to help realize his dream of creating a state-of-the-art health facility in Nigeria.
Beyond the business of her trip, Amy was touched by the Nigerian culture.
?While the rich are very rich and the poor are very poor, there is a great desire to help one another.This was one of the most encouraging things about my trip.It?s their tradition to help people through health care or other means and they want to make this hospital happen.They want to be able to provide premier health care.This giving attitude is truly their way of life,? says Amy.
...
Cutline: While in Africa, Amy visited local dignitaries to gain knowledge of their expectations of health care needs in Nigeria.Here, Amy is pictured with Governor Senator Rasheed Ladoja of Oyo State, Nigeria.

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