Dalton Tong

Dalton Tong, MBA, CPA, CGMA, FACHE, FHFMA

Senior Lecturer
Discipline
Accounting
Management & Organization
Areas of Interest
Accounting

Dalton Tong, CPA, has been a Senior Lecturer at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School since 2014.  He previously worked as the Vice President, Executive Vice President and President and Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Southeast Healthcare System, Vice President of Finance at the Harbor Hospital Center.

Honors and distinctions

  • Faculty of the Year (Johns Hopkins University) Business of Medicine (2006 and 2008)
  • Maryland Smart CPA Award by Smart CEO Magazine (2005)
  • American College of Healthcare Executives, Regent’s Award for Excellence in Healthcare Management (1993)
  • Tribute to Excellence Award, Greater Southeast Healthcare System (1993)
  • Vice Chairman of Community Health Charities of Maryland
  • Chairman of Finance Committee of Maryland

Selected publications

  • “Robotic Telepresence: Profit Analysis in Reducing Length of Stay after Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass”, American College of Surgeons, 2007
  • “Beyond Prevention:  Healing the Sociomas.” Health Care Forum Journal, May 1996
  • “From CFO to CEO:  What Does it Take to Make the Leap.” 1996 HEM Resource Guide, 1995
  • “There’s No Fat Left to Cut in Medicare or Medicaid.”  Modern Healthcare, 1995
  • “Building a Community of Memory, A Healthier Community,” Vision Statement for Greater Southeast Healthcare System, 1995
  • “A Code for Hard Choices and the Hard Choices We Face, A Reconciliation of Values and Outcomes.”  Healthcare Community Direct, 1995