Dr. Victor Tabbush
Business Infrastructure, Healthcare Economics and Marketing
His doctorate is in Economics from UCLA. Dr. Tabbush is currently on recall by the UCLA Anderson School to teach a course in Health Economics and to oversee four MBA student health-related projects for the UCLA Geffen School of Medicine and for the UCLA School of Nursing. He has been director of the Office of Executive Education Programs and has served as Senior Associate Dean and Director of the School’s Fully Employed MBA and Executive MBA programs. He was the founder and program director of the UCLA Management Development Institute that builds management and leadership capacity of health systems in Sub Saharan Africa from 2006 – 2013. He continues to direct the Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive program that serves U.S. community health centers and AIDS service organizations. He is a core faculty member in both the Blue Shield of California Foundation Clinic Leadership Institute Program and the California Health Care Foundation Leadership Program that are offered through the University of California, San Francisco. He has been a consultant to Johnson & Johnson for the past twelve years. Much of his current consulting activity is with The SCAN Foundation on care coordination models and on capacity building for community-based-organizations delivering long-term supportive services to elderly and disabled populations. He has published in several medical journals including the Archives of Internal Medicine, the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the Journal of Neurosurgery. Professor Tabbush has a full history of public service, having been appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley to chair the Official Salaries Authority of the City of Los Angeles on two occasions. He has been a Civil Service Commissioner for the City of Los Angeles. He was appointed by the Governor of California to serve as Commissioner for the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Commission. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of the UCLA Geffen School of Medicine Center for World Health and the International Advisory Board for the Center for Newborn and Maternal Health at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (UK). Until recently he served on the African Corporate Contributions Committee for Johnson & Johnson.