Dr. Barcie is an accomplished C-level physician executive with over twenty-five years of US and International healthcare experience, extensive operational, strategic, and M& experience in multi-site healthcare facilities, and a successful track record of new market sector growth and development and is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Currently, he works at the prestigious University of Chicago, Medicine creating opportunities for like-minded prominent academic medical centers in Latin America to collaborate and work together.
He previously served as Corporate Senior Vice President of International Operations for Christus Health. In this position, he led day-to-day operations for Christus Health’s international division, which includes the healthcare system in Mexico, a prestigious academic medical center in Chile, and an integrated health system in Colombia.
Prior to this he worked at Baptist Health International in Miami and served as Corporate President of Operations for International Hospital Corporation, a Dallas-based company that owned and operated acute care hospitals in Brazil, Mexico, and Costa Rica.
Dr. Barcie is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, has a black belt in Six Sigma, served on several Boards, multiple committees, and several advisory boards and he is well published, a public speaker, and served as adjunct faculty at Dartmouth Medical School.
He earned his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Florida Atlantic University, a master’s degree in business administration in healthcare from The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine, and his Doctor of Medicine from the UACJ School of Medicine in Mexico, followed by Internal Medicine training at White Plains Medical Center-Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and Corporate Finance at Cornell University SC Johnson College of Business.