Peter D. Lucash, MBA, MPH
CEO, Digital CPE, LLC “The Art of Business”
Division: Graduate Studies, Undergraduate Studies
Program: Jewish Nonprofit Management
Peter Lucash is the founder and CEO of Digital CPE, LLC, a consulting and training firm working to improve the business management of small businesses, professional practices and nonprofit organizations.
Peter has worked as a manager and consultant in a variety of growth oriented and startup situations. He has worked as the chief administrative officer of a specialty medical practice, operations assistant administrator and vice president of planning and marketing for large urban teaching hospitals and interim chief financial officer of a home care agency. As a consultant, he has worked for hospitals ranging in size from 38 to over 1,200 beds, medical practices, nonprofit hospitals and social service agencies and other situations.
Peter has developed and taught hundreds of live seminars that have been presented around the country for seminar companies and professional and trade organizations, including McGraw-Hill,CPE, Inc., American Marketing Association, the Blackbaud International Conferences on Philanthropy, the Small Business Resource Center and the Medical Group Management Association. In addition to his teaching at Gratz, Peter is a faculty member of the University of Phoenix and New York Institute of Technology, where he teaches business courses online, and has developed courses for Red Vector.com, the online education portal for licensed construction professionals.
He holds an MBA and MPH from Columbia University. He is the author of two books, both originally published by McGraw-Hill and now published by Digital CPE Press. He writes the Physician Business Blog for All Business.com, the leading online website for small and mid-sized businesses (www.allbusiness.com/blogs/physicianbusiness/11417).
“To me, business is an art. We apply our experience and judgment in our decisions as we develop and grow our organization. The successful business person is curious about many things, looking for ways to apply the treasures that are found to the job at hand. Business is very personal.”