School of Business and Informatics Faculty

Nadeem Khan, DHA, MS, DABR, FACRO, FAHM, FHIAS, FACMPE

DEAN: School of Business and Informatics

Education
Doctor of Healthcare Administration – Virginia University of Lynchburg
MS Biomedical Sciences (Medical Physics) – University of Toledo
Honors BSc Cell and Molecular Biology – University of Toronto

Dr. Nadeem Khan is a Chief Medical Physicist for a health system based in Cincinnati, OH. In his current position in addition to clinical duties, Dr. Khan sits on his organization’s Executive Management team and leads several organization initiatives including the Lean Six Sigma team and the RO-APM Bundled payment model. Being a surveyor and Fellow of the American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO), he is very passionate about auditing and believes accreditation is the cornerstone of any radiation oncology center. This aligns well with is work in Radiation Safety.

Dr. Khan holds several business certifications and fellowships. He is a certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP), Specialist Physician Practice Management (CSPPM), and Medical Practice Executive (CMPE), to name a few. His passion lies in global healthcare, health insurance plans, strategic change management, and developing executive leadership. Dr. Khan enjoys engaging in professional development opportunities through giving talks, engaging in presentations, and facilitating workshops in areas including quality assurance implementation, transformative leadership development, and efficient change management.


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Jasmin Miller, DBA, CNMT
School of Business and Informatics Faculty

Jasmin Miller, DBA, CNMT

Education
DBA – Keiser University
MS – Keiser University

Jasmin Miller is currently the University Department Chair, Accreditation Committee Chair, and Director of Nuclear Medicine at Keiser University. She was a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for various medical facilities in Florida. Jasmin is a full professor with extensive higher education experience in developing and providing leadership to an entire division in a regionally accredited level VI educational institution. She has earned many awards and accomplishments including the Advisory Board Academic Achievement Award, the Instructor of Distinction Award, Employee of the Month Award, textbook acknowledgment contributions, and published dissertation. 


Brian Monzon, MBA, RT(R)(T)
School of Business and Informatics Faculty

Brian Monzon, MBA, RT(R)(T)

Education
MBA – Columbia Southern University
B.S. – Virginia Commonwealth University
A.S. – Virginia Commonwealth University

Brian Monzon has many years of experience managing site accreditations, performance qualify improvement for radiation oncologists and medical physicists, and professional development. Brian has co-authored several publications for the JACR, PRO, and ASRT Journals. He also has clinical experience as both a radiologic technologist and a radiation therapist.


Brent Murphy, MS, MBA, DABR
President, CEO, CFO
School of Business and Informatics Faculty

Brent Murphy, MS, MBA, DABR

Education
M.S. Medical Physics – University of Wisconsin
MBA – Hawaii Pacific University
B.S. Health Physics – Purdue University

Brent is the founder of John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences (JPU) (formerly Radiological Technologies University) and Advanced Radiotherapy Consulting (ARC), (formerly known as Global Physics Solutions (GPS)).
Brent founded JPU in 2009 and since that time, JPU’s undergraduate and graduate programs have been serving the demand for highly educated, clinically competent experts.  He has served as a Senior Medical Physicist for IU Health Goshen Hospital, a Senior Medical Physicist at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, and a Clinical Therapy Physicist at Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Brent has also contributed to the academic communities of Hampton University, Hawaii Pacific University, Advanced Radiotherapy Consulting, and JPU.


Shannon Rexrode, DHA, M.Ed., RT(T)
DEAN: School of Business and Informatics
School of Business and Informatics Faculty

Shannon Rexrode, DHA, M.Ed., RT(T)

Education
Doctor of Health Administration – Capella University
Masters in Education – Frostburg State University
Bachelors in Psychology – Frostburg State University
AS in Radiation Therapy – Community College of Baltimore County

Shannon Rexrode became a certified radiation therapist in 2009 and has both clinical and instructional experience in Radiation Therapy. Since 2011, Shannon has served as a specialist focusing on radiation oncology accreditation and quality and safety in radiation oncology as well as the development of radiation oncology practice parameters.  Shannon currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland. In her spare time, she loves to travel the world and be outdoors. She is a two-time IRONMAN and always training for the next one.


Douglas Scripture, MA, MST, LPC, CPA, NCC
School of Business and Informatics Faculty

Douglas Scripture, MA, MST, LPC, CPA, NCC

Education
MA in Counseling Psychology – Western Michigan University
MS in Taxation – Walsh College
BA in Mathematics and Psychology – Oakland University

Doug Scripture has over ten years of experience as a tax accountant both in industry and public accounting, plus over thirty years of professional recruiting experience. He was a partner and co-founder of Preferred Resources, LLC (from 1993 to 2007), a professional recruiting and placement firm.  He is the owner and founder of Scripture & Associates, a human resources professional recruiting and consulting firm. Doug is a strategic thinker in human resources management and he developed SymmetricHR™. 
He has taught various accounting, management, psychology, and math courses for Davenport University from 1981 to 2001, counseling, psychology, and mathematics courses for The University of Phoenix from 2004 to 2015, business and economics courses in graduate and undergraduate programs as an Associate Faculty for Indiana University – South Bend from 2014 to 2018. Doug is currently with Indiana Tech, he instructs psychology, statistics, and mathematics, and John Patrick University in Human Resources Management, Quantitative Methods, Management for Healthcare Organizations, and Organizational Theory. Since 2012, he has worked for The Princeton Review, where he instructs/tutors students studying for GMAT, GRE, MCAT (Critical Analysis & Reasoning), SAT, and ACT.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, he works with individuals re: career planning, psychological trauma, stress, conflict resolution, relationships, and anxiety.


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