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Alumni Hall of Fame
Bert Brodsky '64

Bert Brodsky is an entrepreneur and investor who has founded and chaired several successful companies in the healthcare industry. In 1970 Brodsky founded his first company, Medical Arts Office Services, Inc., which provided hospitals and other healthcare companies with innovative automated billing services and electronic claims submissions. He followed that up by founding Sandata Technologies, a company that has made vast improvements in the healthcare industry by introducing novel software and telecomm into its administrative processes.

Brodsky is also an active philanthropist, having founded the Alzheimer’s Association of America and served as its Chairman for 10 years.

Brodsky graduated from CCNY in 1964 with a degree in Finance and Economics after graduating from Bronx Science in 1960.

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