Current Administrative Fellows
Evan D. Bailey, MBA - Henry Ford Medical Group Fellow
Evan Bailey grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Business of Administration from Florida A&M University, School of Business and Industry. During graduate school, Evan completed his internship with America’s Essential Hospitals in Washington, D.C. where he focused on health policy for safety net hospitals and academic medical centers. After graduation, Evan worked as a project coordinator for Henry Ford Health System where he teamed with providers to redesign Bariatric Surgical Care and manage other projects related to system growth, access, and patient experience. Evan is a product of the Bluford Healthcare Leadership Institute, which inspired him to pursue a career in healthcare. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, cooking new recipes and playing sports.
Chavie S.M. Cramer, MHA – Henry Ford Cancer Institute Fellow
Chavie Cramer grew up in Brooklyn, New York and Seattle, Washington. Starting as a manager in the corporate sector, she pursued higher education to make a positive social difference. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington in English, with a focus in critical literacy and multicultural education. Having engaged in interdisciplinary research as a Mary Gates Scholar, she joined Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in patient education and employee training. Chavie returned to the University of Washington to earn her Master of Health Administration, working with organizations such as Kaiser Permanente Washington, EvergreenHealth, and Washington State Hospital Association. She completed an administrative internship with Seattle based UW Medicine, focusing on ambulatory access and technology/digital initiatives enterprise-wide. In her free time, she enjoys connecting with friends and family, speculative science fiction, and explorations that inspire the heart and mind.
Russel Hill, MBA – Henry Ford Health System Office of the CEO Fellow
Russel Hill grew up in Southern Idaho. He received his Bachelor of Science from Idaho State University in Healthcare Administration, with a focus in Business Administration and Spanish. He also completed an internship for the Portneuf Health Trust, Inc. where he designed the employee handbook and attended city council and foundation board meetings. During his undergraduate career, he played Quarterback for the university, leading the team in passing yards and touchdowns from 2007-2010. Russel continued his athletic career by playing arena football for the Knoxville Nighthawks and Alabama Hammers. He helped lead the Hammers to its first championship in 2013. Russel then returned to Idaho State University and completed his Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. In his free time Russel enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as participating in sports and watching movies.
Abigail Tan, MHA - Henry Ford Medical Group Fellow
Abigail Tan was born in Chicago and raised in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, but has lived most of her life in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She received a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience from the University of Michigan. After gaining insight in biopsychology research and community health, and full-time work experience related to health policy and patient-experience initiatives, Abigail pursued a Master of Health Administration from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. While there, she completed an 18-month administrative residency at UPMC Department of Medicine where she was put on various projects, including systematizing the process of physician contracting, finding opportunities to increase department revenue through contract database management, and standardizing physician full time equivalents (FTEs) across the department’s nine divisions. Outside of work, Abigail enjoys trying new restaurants, baking, traveling, and golfing.