SPEAKER BIOS:

Christian Adonizio, M.D., Medical Director, Oncology Innovation and Analytics, Cancer Services, Geisinger Health System

Dr. Adonizio is a thoracic medical oncologist who serves as the Medical Director for Oncology Innovation and Analytics at Geisinger Health System. He works developing multidisciplinary care teams and developing novel approaches to cancer care delivery with a focus on population health, health information systems, and the integration of patient reported outcome data in routine clinical care. He holds an advanced degree in medical anthropology and is a professor of medicine at the Geisinger-Commonwealth School of Medicine.

Rosalie Bakken, Ph.D., Director, Healthcare Analytics and Research, Mayo Clinic

Rosalie Bakken, MPA, PhD; serves as the Director of Healthcare Analytics and Research at Mayo Clinic Global Business Solutions. In this capacity, she leads a team of managers and staff providing business intelligence, analytics, program/outcomes evaluation, product development, and data management. Dr. Bakken has over 25 years of experience in health care and research. She joined Mayo Clinic and Global Business Solutions’ leadership team in 2010, providing oversight for population health management and health plan management analytics for Mayo Clinic Health Solutions. Prior to joining Mayo Clinic, Dr. Bakken spent seven years with Eli Lilly and Company focused on areas of health outcomes research and clinical trial initiatives. She also worked as a medical communications consultant for a private consulting firm in New York, and as a professor in adolescent health and development at the University of Nebraska. Her clinical experience includes direct patient care in a nonprofit adolescent health clinic. She has published and presented many studies and training programs in a variety of venues. In addition to her doctorate degree, Dr. Bakken holds a Master’s degree in Business and Public Administration with a Healthcare Administration emphasis, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Community Health.

Jerome Belinson, M.D., CEO, Medworks; Professor of Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine

Jerome L. Belinson, is the CEO of MEDWORKS Inc., an NGO based in Cleveland, Ohio,USA, that provides free medical, dental, and vision care to medically underserved adults and children in Northeast Ohio and then assists them in finding a “healthcare home” for their future medical care. Dr Belinson was the founder of Preventive Oncology International Inc. (POI), a research organization that blends humanitarian work with investigative science. Dr. Belinson received the 2004 distinguished graduate Citation of Merit from the University of Missouri Medical School, the Bruce Hubbard Stewart award for humanitarianism in medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, and during his years of clinical practice was consistently listed among the “Best Doctors in America”. He has dedicated his career to advancing the screening and treatment of gynecologic cancers. In 2010 he received the “Chinese Friendship Award” at the Peoples’ Congress, the highest award China gives to a foreigner for contributions to economic and social progress of China. In 2012, he received the same from Futian, Shenzhen, China, and 2017 became Shenzhen’s honored citizen. Dr. Belinson is the former Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation (1990-2000) and currently serves as Professor of Surgery with the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. He was trained in Ob/Gyn at Columbia University’s Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, and as a fellow in Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital. Dr. Belinson began the first formal gynecologic oncology service at the University of Vermont in 1977. He has previously held full professorships at the University of Vermont (tenured) and The Ohio State University. He was voted teacher of the year at the University of Vermont, and on two occasions at the Cleveland Clinic. He has authors over 250 scientific manuscripts, books and chapters. Dr. Belinson has personally worked for more than 20 years in multiple provinces throughout rural China as well as Mexico, Peru, and the Dominican Republic; in addition to multiple other international collaborations. His initial study known as SPOCCS I, The Shanxi Province Cervical Cancer Screening Study, received international acclaim and it continues to serve as a model for study design in epidemiology courses around the world. The work of Dr. Belinson and his POI colleagues have also been recognized for their careful adherence to human values and the proper conduct of studies involving human subjects in the third world. Dr. Belinson has served as an advisor to the India Institute of Cytology and Preventive Oncology (2001 and 2013), the medical advisory board for the Gates Foundation START project, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Global Initiative Against HPV and Cervical Cancer (GIAHC), and the Global Coalition against Cervical Cancer.

Haley Bolton, Senior Manager, Regulatory Strategy and Value Management, Emory Healthcare

Haley Bolton is the Senior Manager of Regulatory Strategy and Value Management at Emory Healthcare. Formerly she was a Manager of Business Operations on the Emory Healthcare Patient Access team. She serves as a liaison for driving change and positive improvements to the patient and provider experience. In her role, she leverages data, predictive analytics, and process improvement methodologies to improve clinic efficiency, operational throughput, and financial performance. Haley attended the Honors College at the University of Georgia where she simultaneously earned her Bachelors of Business Administration in Economics with a focus on Public Policy and Statistics and her Masters of Public Health with a concentration in Health Policy and Management. She also earned her Green Belt certification from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Patrick Carroll, M.D. Division Vice President/Chief Medical Officer, Healthcare Clinics, Walgreens

Patrick Carroll is group vice president and chief medical officer of Walgreen Co.'s Healthcare Clinic. He oversees all matters pertaining to provision of care, clinical outcomes, patient safety, health-care information systems and strategic initiatives that enhance the care model. Before joining Walgreen's, Carroll served as chief medical officer of Integrated Care Partners, a Hartford HealthCare organization of 2,200 providers. He served as medical director for Hartford HealthCare's Medicare Shared Savings Program and its lead in population health. Previously, he worked in the Indian Health Service for six years, developing a school-based health-care network and patient-centered medical home in Shiprock, N.M. Carroll's work in mental health screening for Navajo adolescents received recognition from Columbia University. He holds a bachelor's degree from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., and an M.D. from Dartmouth Medical School. He completed his residency training at Middlesex Hospital/University of Connecticut

Uli Chettipally, M.D., CTO, CREST Network, Kaiser Permanente

Uli Chettipally, MD., MPH. is an emergency physician, researcher, and innovator at Kaiser Permanente. He is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of CREST Network, a multi-center, collaborative network in Kaiser Permanente that encourages, enables, and executes research in emergency medicine. CREST Network covers 21 hospitals with a total of 1.2 million emergency patient visits per year in Northern California.

David Claud, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Officer, Executive Leadership Team, Activate Healthcare

David Claud, MD, PhD, serves as Activate Healthcare’s Chief Medical Officer. He provides medical direction for efforts to ensure that associates of Activate clients gain the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to pursue and sustain good health. Previously, he was a National Medical Director at Optum, where he worked extensively with clients, physicians, nurses, and senior health care leaders. He is a strong advocate of evidence-based medicine, healthy behaviors, and health promotion. Dr. Claud earned a BS in Biology from Wheaton College. He earned his PhD and MD degrees from the University of Illinois before beginning his medical career in obstetrics and gynecology in Michigan.

Julie Day, M.D., Medical Director of Quality Improvement and Population Health Management, Community Physician Group, University of Utah

Dr. Julie Day has over thirty years of experience as a primary care clinician. She is currently the Medical Director for Quality Improvement and Population Health Management for the University of Utah Community Physician Group. She oversees quality reporting and CQI activities within 11 clinics across the region. She chairs the Population Health Management Coordination meeting and is responsible for formulating and implementing strategy for the success of the program.

Gregory Esper, M.D., MBA, Associate Professor, Neurology, Emory University School of Medicine; Director, New Care Models, Emory Healthcare

Gregory Esper, MD, MBA is currently Associate Professor and Vice Chairman of Clinical Affairs for the Department of Neurology at Emory University School of Medicine, and he also is Director of General Neurology and Neuromuscular Diseases. He is Emory Healthcare’s Director of New Care Models, in which he leads EHC’s drive towards clinical effectiveness through its Value Acceleration Program, and he also serves as the Medical Director of Virtual Patient Care through which Emory provides telehealth services. He earned his medical degree at Vanderbilt University, completed neurology residency at Washington University St. Louis, and finished clinical neurophysiology fellowship and a clinical research fellowship in Electrical Impedance Myography at Harvard University's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He earned his MBA from Emory’s Goizueta Business School in 2009 and is an Affiliated Associate Professor of Business Administration at Emory University. Dr. Esper currently serves the American Academy of Neurology as the Chair of the Health Services Research Subcommittee and as a member of the Payment Policy subcommittee. He also chaired the Academy’s Navigating Healthcare Reform Task Force in 2012. He publishes and lectures nationally on such topics as health care reform, value-based care, medical economics, and internationally on health care leadership and talent management.

Jill Feldstein, Chief Operating Officer, Penn Center for Community Health Workers, University of Pennsylvania Health System

Jill Feldstein is Chief Operating Officer of the Penn Center for Community Health Workers, which works to improve health in high-risk populations through the effective use of Community Health Workers (CHWs). The Center’s evidence-based IMPaCT CHW program has been featured in the New York Times and the New England Journal of Health and nearly 800 organizations across the country have accessed PCCHW’s open-source toolkit. Under Jill’s leadership, the Center more than quadrupled its reach, growing to serve more than 2,000 high-risk patients each year and expanding to new sites. As Chief Operating Officer, Jill works with other healthcare community organizations to build effective, sustainable CHW programs.

Eric Glazer, CEO, Shared Purpose Connect, Host of Population Health Executive Roundtable

Eric Glazer is the founder and CEO of Shared Purpose Connect, the company that hosts and produces the Population Health Executive Roundtable series along with the Population Health Learning Institute (PHLI) and Health Innovation Podcast. Eric has two decades experience producing leading educational programming and events in healthcare, in addition to launching a telehealth service and various digital products to support physician engagement. Eric holds a BS and MBA in Health Care from Union College in Schenectady, New York, and sits on the Board of Advisors at the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Peter Goldbach, M.D., CMO, Health Dialog

Dr. Goldbach brings over 30 years of medical experience to Health Dialog’s management team, including 15 years in medical administration and 17 years maintaining a primary care and pulmonary disease practice. Prior to joining Health Dialog, Dr. Goldbach served as President and CEO of Med-Vantage Inc., and earlier in his career, he served as Medical Director for BCBS of Massachusetts and held CEO, trustee, and medical staff president positions with two Boston-area community hospitals.

Ran Goshen, M.D., Ph.D., CMO, Medial EarlySign

Ran is a board certified gynecologic oncologsist committed to changing patient care and making precision medicine a reality. Ran held numerous leadership roles in health IT and medical device companies both as an executive and investor. In addition, Ran published 40 papers in peer-reviewed medical journals.

Matthew Hackenberg, RN, Director, Innovation Implementation, Center for Clinical Innovation, Geisinger Health System

Matthew Hackenberg is a Registered Nurse and presently the Director of Innovation Implementation for Geisinger Health System in Central Pennsylvania. With over ten years of experience at Geisinger, Matt has been responsible for deployment of innovation and best practices including technology and operational solutions in both primary care and specialty service lines. Matt has implemented technology to support eVisits, patient-reported data collection, advanced note documentation and other solutions to support operational needs and primary care innovation. He has also collaborated with the Chief Health Information Officer on the development of Geisinger clinical information systems. Matt has completed a fellowship in Biomedical Informatics with the National Library of Medicine and earned his certificate in Nursing Informatics through Eastern University.

Michelle Huang, Actuary, Finance, Activate Healthcare

Michelle Huang serves as the actuary for Activate Healthcare, primarily responsible for the financial analytics of Activate’s clinics and clients. Prior to joining Activate, Michelle worked in healthcare consulting and insurance, gaining an extensive background in both the employer and payer sectors. Michelle earned a B.A. in economics and mathematics from Northwestern University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.

Joe Kimura, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, Atrius Health

Joe Kimura, MD MPH is Chief Medical Officer of Atrius Health and an internist at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, a medical practice of Atrius Health. He has broad experience leading ambulatory care delivery system improvements with specialty expertise in clinical informatics and healthcare data analytics. He is dual board certified in both internal medicine and clinical informatics.

Dov Marocco, MPH, CSSBB, Chief Innovation and Improvement Officer, Director, Center of Population Health Improvement, Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System

Dov Marocco, MPH, CSSBB, is the Chief Innovation and Improvement Officer for Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System. In addition to this role, Mr. Marocco also serves as the Director of the County's first Center for Population Health Improvement.

Maria X. Martinez, Director, Whole Person Care, San Francisco Department of Public Health

Maria has thirty years of management consulting experience; specializing in problem-solving, organizational change, information and service delivery systems development, and service improvement programs. Results are measured in terms of increased margin, improved service quality, and increased ability to recruit and retain a quality workforce. Approach is customer-, community-, team-, and results-oriented. As Senior Staff to the Director at SF Department of Public Health she represents the Director of Health in initiatives that cross public/private partnerships, Mayor’s Office, City departments, and Health Department initiatives. She designs prototypical data systems, research, evaluations and tools for special populations who cross single systems of care and single IT systems. In addition, she has held various leadership positions in the Department of Public Health, first as Deputy Director of Community Programs and then Senior Staff to the Director of Health. Both positions reported directly to Barbara A. Garcia, MPA, current Director of Health. Primary role was to problem-solve issues for high risk populations and build initiatives through new collaborations and system design/development. Upon evaluation, these projects were moved into existing programmatic areas.

John Mattison, M.D., Asst Medical Director, CMIO, CHIO, National and Regional Leadership, Kaiser Permanente

John Mattison is founder of the XML work leading to the CDA, CCD, and CCDA standards, co-chairs the eHealth workgroup of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH), led the largest integrated healthcare implementation of an EHR in the US, and keynotes conferences nationally and internationally on various health, health policy, and emerging technologies. He is involved in multiple national and global initiatives to drive better health outcomes in all communities.

Craig Monsen, M.D., Medical Director, Analytics and Reporting, Atrius Health

Craig Monsen is a board-certified internist and clinical informatician. He serves as the Medical Director of Analytics and Reporting at Atrius Health and is a fellow at the University of Washington's Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education. His current work includes operationalizing advanced analytics to enable the transformation to value-based care and helping clinicians make sense of the deluge of patient data they face today.

Roy Rosin, MBA, Chief Innovation Officer, Center for Health Care Innovation, University of Pennsylvania

Roy Rosin is the chief innovation officer at Penn Medicine, where he works with thought leaders across the health system to turn ideas into measurable impact in the areas of health outcomes, patient experience and new revenue streams. Previously, Roy served as the first vice president of innovation for Intuit, a leading software company best known for Quicken, QuickBooks and TurboTax. In this role, he led changes in how Intuit manages new business creation, allowing small teams pursuing new opportunities to get to market and experiment rapidly. Roy also built innovation programs that dramatically increased entrepreneurial activity, with annual new releases increasing from 5 per year to 30, while time to market decreased from one year to a few months. After five years of Intuit's new approach to growth, the company had delivered shareholder returns of 3 times Google and 33 times the S&P 500. Roy received his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and graduated with honors from Harvard College. Outside of work he serves as a board member and angel investor for venture funded startups, an advisor to Fortune 100 companies and a coach to his son's little league baseball teams.

Harry Saag M.D., Medical Director, Greater New York City Practice Transformation Network, NYU Langone Medical Center

Dr. Harry Saag was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. He received an Economics Degree from The University of Georgia and subsequently returned to his native Alabama where he received his medical degree from The University of Alabama – Birmingham. Harry then matched at New York University (NYU) School of Medicine for Internal Medicine Residency training which he completed in June 2015 before serving as a Chief Resident in 2016. Harry is particularly interested in health care delivery systems and helping physicians adapt to the changing landscape of reimbursement and quality reporting. He now serves as the Medical Director for the Greater New York Practice Transformation Network at NYU Langone Medical Center working to transform outpatient care to improve quality, reduce costs, and increase patient and staff satisfaction. He also serves as a Clinical Quality and Effectiveness Advisor to NYULMC’s Faculty Group. Clinically, he sees patients as a hospitalist at NYU Langone Medical Center.

Tabassum Salam, M.D., Senior Physician Advisor, Population Health, Christiana Care Health System

Dr. Tabassum Salam, MD, FACP, CHCQM serves as Senior Physician Advisor for Population Health at Christiana Care Health System. In this role, she leads and orchestrates population health management projects for the health system. She also serves as the Medical Director of Carelink CareNow services, leading a care coordination team of nurses, pharmacists and social workers who care for large populations in Delaware and neighboring regions. Her Carelink CareNow team received the prestigious 2017 John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Award, for Local Level Innovation in Patient Safety and Quality, jointly presented by The Joint Commission and the National Quality Forum. She is also the recipient of the 2017 Diplomate Achievement Award from the American Board of Quality Assurance & Utilization Review Physicians.

Jen Schlegel, MSN, RN, Senior Clinical Business Intelligence Analyst, Enterprise Analytics, Lehigh Valley Health Network

Jennifer is a Senior Business Analyst for the Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Enterprise Analytics division. She has served as a clinical quality specialist for the network’s large multi-specialty group before transitioning full time to the Epic Transformation Project in the role of a process coordinator. Jen is a masters-prepared nurse currently working on her Doctoral degree.

David Shein, M.D., Medical Director, The Mount Auburn Cambridge Independent Practice Association (MACIPA)

Dr. Shein is Medical Director at Mount Auburn Cambridge IPA (MACIPA) in Boston, on the active medical staff at the Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He practices primary care at Reservoir Medical Associates in Cambridge, MA. His focus as IPA Medical Director includes engaging member physicians in initiatives around health care quality, patient experience and access. He serves as a member of the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) Physician Council. Dr. Shein is a Co-director of the Harvard Medical School Continuing Medical Education course Primary Care Internal Medicine held annually in Cambridge, MA where he teaches about e-health. He teaches locally and internationally with the New England College of Optometry in Boston and with the Graduate Institute of Optometry in South Africa, participating in an initiative to preserve vision and prevent complications of diabetes and other non-communicable diseases in southern Africa. Dr. Shein previously worked as Internal Medicine Physician, Urgent Care Medical Director and Physician Coordinator for Clinical Information Systems at the MIT Medical Department where he was awarded an Infinite Mile award for helping transition MIT to paperless patient care. Dr. Shein graduated from Boston University School of Medicine and completed his internship and primary care residency at Harvard Medical School’s Deaconess Hospital in Boston.

Michael Sheinberg, M.D., Medical Director, Medical Informatics, Lehigh Valley Health Network

Dr. Sheinberg is the Medical Director of Informatics for the network and helped lead the recent multi-year implementation of a single, integrated EHR. He has also served as Associate Medical Director for Quality and Patient Safety for the physician group. He’s a board certified obstetrician/gynecologist and continues to practice part time.

Pamela Stoddard, Ph.D., Director of Research, Public Health, Center for Population Health Improvement, Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System

Pam Stoddard is the Director of Research at the Center for Population Health Improvement and the Santa Clara County Public Health Department in the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System. In this role, she directs research focused on improving health and social support services for vulnerable populations. Previously, she was the Senior Epidemiologist at the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, where she was responsible for surveillance and community health assessment. She has a Ph.D. in Public Health from the University of California, Los Angeles and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies in the School of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.

Madeleine Swart, MPH, Health Care Program Manager, Center for Population Health Improvement, Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System

Madeleine Swart is a Health Care Program Manager with the Santa Clara County Health and Hospital System’s Center for Population Health Improvement in San Jose, California. In her role with the Center for Population Health Improvement, Madeleine has worked with multiple agencies within the County to combine and analyze data in order to identify the highest need populations and identify gaps and disparities to improve health services and health programs. Some of the County programs Madeleine has worked closely with include mental health programing in the County jail, care management for high utilizers of the County safety net hospital, and improving coordination between evidence-based public health nursing programs and the County hospital.

Kevin Volpp, M.D., Ph.D., Janet and John Haas President’s Distinguished Professor; Director, Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Volpp is the Janet and John Haas President’s Distinguished Professor of Medicine and Medical Ethics and Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine and Health Care Management at the Wharton School. He is also the founding Director of the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics (CHIBE), Vice Chairman for Health Policy for the Department of Medical Ethics and Policy, and Director (with Karen Glanz) of the Penn CDC Prevention Research Center. He is a core faculty member of the Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP) and a board certified practicing physician at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center.

Dr. Volpp’s work focuses on developing and testing innovative ways of applying insights from behavioral economics in improving patient health behavior and affecting provider performance. He has done work with a variety of employers, insurers, health systems, and consumer companies in testing the effectiveness of different behavioral economic strategies in addressing tobacco dependence, obesity, and medication non-adherence. He has competitively been awarded more than $60 million to lead or co-lead studies funded by the NIH; the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation; the CDC; VA Health Services Research and Development; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; the Hewlett Foundation; the Commonwealth Foundation; the Aetna Foundation; Mckinsey; CVS Caremark; Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield; Hawaii Medical Services Association; Merck; Humana; Aramark; Weight Watchers; and Discovery (South Africa).

Ricardo Young, M.D., Regional Medical Officer, CareMore Health/Anthem

I am currently the Regional Medical Officer for Caremore in Stanislaus County. I've been with Caremore for five years and prior to that I worked at Kaiser Permanente in primary care and as part of its Hypertension and Diabetes Population Health Programs. At Caremore we constantly use data and innovative ways of delivering care to our senior members in order to optimize their health. I believe that we have the tools to improve care, we simply need better methods of implementing care in a more systematic and cost effective way.