Marty Fattig has been involved in healthcare for over 30 years. He began his career as a bench medical technologist. He expanded his technical skills to include radiology and electrocardiology. Later on he entered the field of healthcare administration and has served in various capacities including laboratory manager, director of ancillary services and hospital CEO. He has also served as a laboratory consultant and computer systems manager for a regional reference laboratory. He is currently the CEO of Nemaha County Hospital in Auburn, Nebraska.
Marty is a Past President of the Nebraska Rural Health Association, Chairman of the Nebraska Hospital Association Issue Strategy Group on Workforce Shortages, Past President of the Southeast Nebraska AHEC, a member of the UNMC College of Public Health External Advisory Council, Vice President of the Region 2 Trauma Board, serves on the executive board of the Mid-America Hospital Alliance and is a member of the Rural Health Advisory Commission, the Critical Access Hospital Advisory Council, the Nebraska Hospital Association Services board, the NHA Research and Education Foundation board, and the Critical Access Hospital Advisory Board on Quality. He was recently appointed to the HIT Policy Committee Meaningful Use Workgroup by the Office of the National Coordinator.
He has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology and a Masters degree in Healthcare Administration.
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- Quality and Patient Safety
- Rural Health Care
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