Bruce Feig is a veteran health care and financial administrator with over 40 years of experience in the public and private sectors.
Mr. Feig served twice as the Executive Deputy Commissioner of the New York State Office of Mental Health.
Under his leadership most recently the New York State mental health system began the transition to integrated behavioral and health services.
During his earlier tenure from 1985 to 1995 the New York State mental health system transitioned from state institutional care to community based services.
Mr. Feig staffed the Governor’s Spending and Government Efficiency Commission, analyzing the organization of health and disability services.
Mr. Feig was the Chief Financial Officer for the New York City Department of Education. Under his financial leadership, the Department reorganized school financing from 32 district budgets to more than 1400 centrally allocated school budgets administered by local principals.
As the New York State First Deputy Comptroller, Mr. Feig was responsible for overseeing the New York State Pension Fund and operating the State’s payroll and retirement systems.
While Deputy Commissioner for Administration of the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, Mr. Feig led the administrative and financial changes required to support developmentally disabled consumers in the community.
Mr. Feig also has extensive private sector health care experience: he has served as Chief Financial Officer for a Federally Qualified Health Center, Director of Finance for a mid-size HMO and as Vice President of a specialty corporation providing primary care and pharmacy services to large corporations.
Mr. Feig received his B.A. and M.A. from SUNY Stony Brook and an M.P.A. from SUNY Albany.