Lcdo. Enrique Baquero

Vice President of the Puerto Rico Hospital Association

Lcdo Enrique Baquero

Presently, Mr. Baquero is the Vice President of the Puerto Rico Hospital Association in charge of Development & Education. From 1989 through 2010, he was President & Founder of Cyber Tech, Inc. where he was responsible for all business development activities and overall management of different projects related to health administration, Medicare reimbursement, systems development and integration, billing and collection outsourcing services, and consulting services to the healthcare industry in Puerto Rico. Prior to that, Mr. Baquero was CFO, Administrator, and CEO of various Hospitals in Puerto Rico. He is a former Director of the Graduate Program in Health Services Administration of the School of Public Health at the University of Puerto Rico.


In 1992, Mr. Baquero founded the Puerto Rico Institute for Management and Health Policy and obtained a cooperative agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct a study entitled, “Coordinating Health Care Reform with the U.S. Territories and Possessions: The Case of Puerto Rico.” Mr. Baquero was also a consultant to various Fortune 500 companies in Puerto Rico.


He is a Fellow of ACHE and Past Regent for Puerto Rico. He is a Past President of the Puerto Rico College of Health Services Administrators, member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, and Past President and Founder of the HFMA Puerto Rico Chapter.


Mr. Baquero has a BBA in Finance from the University of Puerto Rico and a Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Puerto Rico. He also has post-graduate studies in Public Administration from the School of Public Administration at the University of Puerto Rico.


Mr. Baquero has been invited to speak at international health conferences in several Latin American countries and Spain and at the World Congress of the International Federation of Hospitals. Through the years, he has received many awards for his contributions to the healthcare industry in Puerto Rico.