Howard Weeks, MD., graduated from the "Triple Board" Program here at the University of Utah. He is trained in child & adolescent psychiatry, adult psychiatry and pediatrics as well as clinical informatics. He is the Associate Chief Medical Information Officer for the University of Utah Health. Dr. Weeks has a strong interest in educating medical students, residents and physician attendings about personal finances and the impact that has on their career choices. He actively lectures to a variety of groups on these topics.
David E. Anisman, MD, is a board-certified Family Physician. He is the Medical Director of Farmington Health Center and the Associate Medical Director, Community Physicians Group. He graduated with honors from the Uniformed Services University of Utah Health in 1988 and completed his residency training at Travis Air Force Base in 1991. His 20-year Air Force career focused on the practice of Family Medicine and medical education.
Jim graduated from the Tulane Law School in 1987. Following law school, Jim spent several years in private practice where he focused on commercial litigation, commercial transactions, natural resources and real estate law. Jim began working for the University of Utah Office of General Counsel in 1995. As Deputy General Counsel, Jim’s practice focuses primarily on healthcare transactions, including provider affiliations, managed care contracting, hospital and physician services agreements, and regulatory compliance. Jim also advises on real estate and other general business transactions. Jim is married to Barbara Bean, MD, a pediatrician and has two adult children. Together they enjoy exploring the mountains and canyons of Utah.
Julie Fresne, MA., BS., Director of Student Financial Services for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). In her position at the AAMC, Ms. Fresne works closely with the medical school community, most notably financial aid officers and graduate medical education staff, on issues surrounding education debt management for both medical students and residents. She routinely speaks on debt management and loan repayment at medical schools and teaching hospitals across the country.