Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare Staff Announcement

Media Contact: 
Caitlin McCann
Communications Specialist
(315) 624-5433
cmccann@mvnhealth.com
Release Date: 
Jun 3, 2012

Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare is pleased to make the following staff announcement.

Mini Malhotra, MBA, MHA, OTR, has been named vice president of Strategic Integration at Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH). In this position, Malhotra administratively oversees and provides leadership, strategic direction, business development, growth and vision for Rehabilitation Services, St. Luke’s Home, Adult Day Health Care and Home Care Services including Visiting Nurse Association, Senior Network Health and Mohawk Valley Home Care.

Malhotra’s previous position with FSLH was as program director/administrator for Rehabilitation Services. She has also been actively involved in FSLH’s $31.3 million grant from New York State and the Federal-State Reform Partnership. The funding is provided through Phase 20 of the Health Care Efficiency and Affordability Law of New York State to improve long-term care services and develop community-based alternatives to traditional nursing home care for seniors living in Oneida County.

Prior to joining FSLH, Malhotra was director of Occupational Therapy services at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pennsylvania and has extensive management, leadership and clinical background in comprehensive integrated inpatient rehabilitation services, skilled nursing facilities, subacute, medical/surgical rehabilitation, acute care, outpatient and home care occupational therapy services. Her leadership experience centers on defining strategy, planning, business process innovation, redesign of work processes, business partnerships and strategic alliances.

As an adjunct faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Allied Sciences in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she was responsible for workshops on reimbursement, healthcare managed care, negotiation practices and the role of technology in the delivery of healthcare services.

Malhotra received her Master of Business Administration from Katz Graduate School of Business and her Master of Health Administration from the Graduate School of Health Administration, both at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a registered occupational therapist and a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Malhotra is a certified International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001: 2008 internal auditor and a certified Development Dimensions International, Inc. facilitator.