NEW YORK, NY, June 12, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Marquis Who's Who, the world's premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to present Jeffrey A. Brown, MD, JD, MPH, LFAPA (Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association), LFAOPA (Life Fellow, The American Orthopsychiatric Association), with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. An accomplished listee in many fields who previously has been included in several editions of Who's Who in American Law, Who's Who in the East, and Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America, we now celebrate Dr. Brown's many years of experience in his healthcare management, medical, and legal networks. Over the past forty years, he has been recognized internationally for his multiple multidisciplinary achievements, leadership and entrepreneurial qualities, and the many credentials and awards he has accrued in all three of his areas of expertise.
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After first earning his undergraduate degree in psychology with High Distinction as well as being elected to Phi Beta Kappa and having the highest premed GPA at the University of Rochester in 1967, Dr. Brown then was selected to enter Stanford Medical School that year as a Russell Sage Fellow in Medicine and Behavioral Sciences. While in medical school, he was invited to get a Masters of Public Health in Health Administration and Planning at the University of California at Berkeley in 1971, where he also was awarded the Bennett Prize in Political Science and selected to be a member of the Chancellor's Committee on Medical Education.
He then returned to Stanford to assume significant clinical responsibilities in cardiac surgery, pediatrics, and internal medicine and then simultaneously pursued a Juris Doctor degree at Yale Law School (which was awarded in 1976) while at the same time completing his residency in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Yale Medical School in 1977.
While at Stanford, Dr. Brown had had the distinction of being awarded both the Dean Alway Award and the Stanford Medical Alumni Association Award for his excellence in character, academic performance, and leadership. He also had been elected President of the third-year class and President of the Stanford Medical Students Association.
While at Yale, he also had earned the Seymour Lustman award for best research by a first-year resident and had been elected Vice President of the Yale Psychiatric Residents Association.
After completing his joint training in law and medicine at Yale, Dr. Brown continued to be professionally recognized in many leadership as well as public and community service positions. These have included his being Chief Psychiatric Consultant both for the State of Connecticut's Department of Children and Youth Services as well as for the federal government's Child Abuse Research and Demonstration project; Consultation-Liaison Coordinator between the Departments of Psychiatry and Primary Care at Norwalk Hospital; and Chief Consultant to Child Study Teams in Connecticut which led to his being recognized by being given the Distinguished Service Award by the Darien Education Association.
His other leadership and public service activities had included his having been chosen to be a New York City Health Department Fellow and subsequently an American Association of Medical Colleges International Public Health Fellow; chosen to be Vice President and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Millburn, New Jersey's Unity Group battered women's protection and advocacy group; elected to the Board of Trustees of the New Jersey Diabetes Association North Central Regional Council; chosen to be appointed to be an Executive Board Member of the New Jersey Psychiatric Association; and for a decade had been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Community Health Law Project of East Orange, New Jersey, a multidisciplinary advocacy group for the rights of the disabled and the elderly.
His executive and entrepreneurial activities have included his have been Director of Group Medical Services of the Prudential Insurance Company of Parsippany, New Jersey; Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Hospital Planning and Rescue Company of Short Hills, New Jersey; Co-Founder of a pharmaceutical company designed to help terminally ill patients, Cross Over Care, LLC of Radnor, Pennsylvania; Chair of the International Health Network Society of New York, New York; Co-Chair of programs centering on rescuing troubled hospitals and healthcare facility management presented by the Strategic Research Institute of New York, New York; Vice President and Director or Strategic Planning of MedSonics, Inc. of New York, NY; Chair of the Mass Torts Made Perfect conference of Las Vegas, Nevada; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Quality Health International, Inc. of Santa Monica, California; Co-Founder and President of the Professional Recovery Network of Santa Monica, California; Co-Founder of MedAppeal, Inc. of Santa Monica, California; and Co-Founder and Medical Director of Cogent Clinical Compliance Systems, Inc. of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
After four decades of clinical practice and a twenty-five-year career on the faculty of UMDNJ/Rutgers Medical School where he taught first and second year medical students as well as law students about clinical interviewing, interdisciplinary work amongst different medical specialties as well as between lawyers and physicians, he retired this year at the rank of Clinical Professor of Psychiatry.
Although he has now retired from the active practice of law in Connecticut, New Jersey and Florida, he still maintains an active legal license in New York.
Dr. Brown presently is also actively licensed to practice medicine in the States of New York, Florida, and California. He now devotes his time primarily to healthcare management consulting and consulting with attorneys identifying issues in cases and assisting with clinical, organizational, legal and financial assumptions analysis.
The author of over two hundred articles/professional presentations and/or books, including being co-author of both Emotional Injuries: Law and Practice and Litigating Brain Injuries published by Thomson Reuters West, Dr. Brown has gained extensive expertise in virtually every aspect of the healthcare system from the clinical, legal, and administrative perspectives.
Jeff and his wife Nancy now divide their time between Manhattan, New York and Aventura, Florida. Of Jeff's three sons, two are "hybrids" like him. His middle son, Jordan, married just this year, after completing a JD-MBA program now works for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York doing national and international compliance. His oldest son, Ross, a graduate of the London School of Economics and Cornell's MBA program, now lives in Texas and is completing his JD after having been a Peace Corps volunteer and consultant for the State Department and multinational management firms in the former Soviet Union. His youngest son, Jeremy, also is living in New Jersey and engaged in entrepreneurial activities in both New Jersey and York.
The best number to reach Jeff is on his cell at 973-219-7776 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the professions of healthcare management, medicine and law, Jeffrey A. Brown, MD, JD, MPH, LFAPA, LFAOPA has been featured on the Alert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement website. Please visit www.Ltachievers.com for more information about this honor.
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