Mark J. Hingtgen has been named vice president for Johns Hopkins Medicine and chief financial officer for the School of Medicine, effective Sept. 15.
Hingtgen, currently assistant vice president for finance at the University of Iowa Health Care, will have responsibility for setting the strategic financial direction of the School of Medicine and developing and executing a sustainable financial model that anticipates and responds to the opportunities and challenges inherent in the academic environment.
With more than 28 years of operational and financial experience within academic medical centers, Hingtgen has been a key member of the senior financial team at the University of Iowa Health Care, with oversight of strategic financial planning, accounting, budgeting and capital investment planning.
At Johns Hopkins, he will report to Landon S. King, executive vice dean of the School of Medicine; Ronald J. Werthman, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine; and Daniel G. Ennis, senior vice president for finance and administration at Johns Hopkins University.
Hingtgen earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Iowa and a master's degree in public policy administration from the University of Missouri–St. Louis.
He joined the University of Iowa Health Care in 1994. Prior to his current position, he served as a financial manager in the Department of Internal Medicine, assistant director in the Department of Radiology, and assistant dean and chief financial officer in the Carver College of Medicine and the University of Iowa Physician Group.
He previously was senior departmental accountant and manager of administrative services in the Department of Neurology at the Washington University School of Medicine.
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