Harry Hutchison, vice president and chief financial officer for St. Bernards Healthcare, has been honored by the Arkansas Chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association as a recipient of the HFMA Founders Medal of Honor.
Hutchison has served as the chief financial officer at St. Bernards since 2005. He has worked in the field of healthcare finance for more than 30 years and holds fellow status in HFMA. He currently is an Adjunct Professor in the ASU College of Business teaching an introductory class in Healthcare Finance.
The Founders Medal of Honor recognizes members who have contributed to the chapter’s growth and success over an extended period of time. Hutchison has earned the requisite awards for service and served as the Chapter’s President in 1999.
“I have been very blessed to have worked with some very fine people over the years who have helped me along the way, and I am so fortunate to work for an organization like St. Bernards. St. Bernards is dedicated to providing Christ-like Healing to the patients we serve. It is such a blessing to work with others toward this mission, “Hutchison said.
“There are also many dedicated members in the Arkansas Chapter of HFMA who have helped and meant so much to me over the years. I am indeed thankful to receive this award, but also I realize there are many deserving of it.”
Hutchison stresses he would not be able to do anything without the support of his family.