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National Forum on Hospitals, Health Systems and Population Health
Agenda: Day II
Thursday, October 23, 2014
7:30 am Registration and Exhibit Hall Open
MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS
BREAKOUTS - ROUND I
8:00 am BREAKOUTS - ROUND I (choose one of the following sessions)
Breakout I: Data and Information Tools to Tackle Population Health Challenges in Your Community

Stacy Lindau, MD, MA
associate professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology and Medicine-Geriatrics, University of Chicago Medicine (Moderator)
    Twitter: @stacylindau

    Speaker Bio

    Stacy Tessler Lindau, MD, MA, is a tenured Associate Professor of Ob/Gyn, Medicine-Geriatrics, the Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the MacLean Center on Clinical Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago. She directs the South Side Health and Vitality Studies, a family of inter-related community-engaged research efforts to inform investments and innovations in urban health and health care, especially for lower income populations.

    Lindau is a graduate of the University of Michigan Honors College, Bryn Mawr College, Brown University School of Medicine, and of the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program.
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HelpSteps.com:
Eric Fleegler, MD, MPH
assistant in medicine, assistant professor of pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital
    Twitter: @BostonChildrens

    Speaker Bio

    Dr. Eric Fleegler is a pediatric emergency physician at Boston Children's Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. His research and work has focused on developing systems to improve families' social problems, including the development of HelpSteps.com, which is the backbone referral system for the Boston Public Health Commission and other organizations. He has also developed and evaluated web-based systems for the management of ADHD and other chronic diseases. Within the world of emergency medicine he has focused on violence and injury prevention with a particular interest in firearm injuries.
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NYC Macroscope:
Katharine H. McVeigh, PhD, MPH
director, special projects unit and lead epidemiologist for the NYC Macroscope project, Bureau of Epidemiology Services, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
    Twitter: @nycHealthy

    Speaker Bio

    Dr. McVeigh, who goes by Tina, is the Director of the Special Projects unit within the Bureau of Epidemiology Services at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Dr. McVeigh has a master's degree in Public Health and a Doctorate in measurement, evaluation and statistics, both from Columbia University, and has worked research and surveillance projects in the domains of maternal, infant and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse , mental health, early childhood development and educational outcomes, and the use of electronic health records for population health surveillance
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Dallas Community Information Exchange Portal:
Anand Shah, MD, MS
vice president, Clinical Services, Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation and executive director, Dallas IEP
    Twitter: @PCCIPieces

    Speaker Bio

    Dr. Shah leads the Dallas Information Exchange Portal project and the clinical services division of PCCI. He received his MD from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Shah completed his residency and chief residency in Emergency Medicine at Brown University. He subsequently completed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Pennsylvania where he was a VA Scholar and a Senior Fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics.
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Breakout II: Hospitals Joining Forces on Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation

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Maureen Byrnes, MPA
lead research scientist, Department of Health Policy, Milken Institute School of Public Health, The George Washington University (Moderator)
    Twitter: @MilkenInstitute

    Speaker Bio

    Maureen Byrnes has served in leadership positions in the federal government, philanthropy and the non-profit sector. She was Executive Director of Human Rights First, Director of the Health and Human Services program at The Pew Charitable Trusts, and the Staff Director of the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education and Related Agencies. Maureen also served as the Executive Director of the National Commission on AIDS. Currently, Maureen is in the Department of Health Policy, Milken Institute School of Public Health, at the George Washington University. She also serves as the Senior Policy Advisor of PolicyLab at CHOP.
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Santa Cruz County, CA Collaboration:
Mary Lou Goeke
executive director, United Way of Santa Cruz County
    Twitter: @MaryGoeke

    Speaker Bio

    Mary Lou Goeke is the Executive Director of United Way of Santa Cruz County. She founded and staffs the Community Assessment Project, the internationally recognized, second oldest community progress report in the United States.

    In 2013 United Way and its Santa Cruz County partners received the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's inaugural Culture of Health Prize. Mary Lou is the Chair of the Board of United Ways of California and is a member of the Institute of Medicine's Roundtable on Population Health Improvement. Prior to joining United Way, she was CEO of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, a three county human service housing and community development agency.
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District of Columbia Collaboration:
Chaya Merrill
director, Child Health Data Lab, Child Health Advocacy Institute, Children's National Medical Center
    Twitter: @childrenshealth

    Speaker Bio

    I am the Director of the Child Health Data Lab within the Division of the Community Affairs and The Child Health Advocacy Institute at Children's National Health System. In that capacity, I am leading an effort to establish the data infrastructure needed to monitor, analyze, and report on community health, as well as evaluate existing and new health programs in the District of Columbia (DC). I am an epidemiologist with a strong background in data analytics. In 2013, I led the development of a citywide community health needs assessment on behalf of the DC Healthy Communities Collaborative Additionally, I co-chair the Clinical and Translational Science Institute -- Children's National (CTSI-CN) Community Advisory Board and am Assistant Director of the CTSI-CN Community-Engaged Research component. I hold a faculty appointment at The George Washington University within the School of Public Health and Health Services. Recently, I have taught graduate-level classes focused on child health advocacy and translational research.
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New York State Collaboration:
Sylvia Pirani, MPH, MS
director, Office of Public Health Practice, NYS Department of Health

    Speaker Bio

    Sylvia Pirani is the Director of the Office of Public Health Practice in the New York State Department of Health. In this capacity she oversees the department's efforts to provide technical, fiscal and administrative support to the state's 58 local health departments, oversees efforts to make public health information more useful and accessible to public health providers and consumers, leads public health workforce initiatives, and directs the Prevention Agenda 2013-17, the state's health improvement plan. Ms. Pirani also oversees an initiative to integrate performance management and quality improvement into the state's public health programs and is the state's accreditation coordinator.
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Breakout III: "The Integrator": Who Convenes the Stakeholders to Improve Health?

Debbie I. Chang, MPH
vice president, Policy and Prevention, Nemours (Moderator)
    Twitter: @Nemours

    Speaker Bio

    Debbie I. Chang, MPH is Enterprise Vice President of Policy and Prevention for Nemours, an operating foundation focusing on children's health and health care. Ms. Chang works to leverage Nemours' expertise and experience to spread what works through national policy and practice changes to improve the health and well-being of children nationwide. She co-directs Moving Health Care Upstream, a national collaborative network to test, develop, and spread innovative population health strategies. Debbie was founding Executive Director of Nemours Health & Prevention Services, a multi-sector, place-based model to improve children's health. Debbie has 27 years of government and private sector health experience.
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Akron Accountable Care Community:
Janine E. Janosky, PhD
dean, College of Education, Health, and Human Services and professor, Department of Health and Human Services, University of Michigan-Dearborn
    Twitter: @UM_Dearborn

    Speaker Bio

    Janine E. Janosky, Ph.D. serves as the Dean of the College of Education, Health, and Human Services at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and as a Professor of Health and Human Services.

    Dr. Janosky is an expert in achieving impactful health initiatives and in implementing higher education programs and initiatives.

    Previously, Dr. Janosky served as the Vice President and lead of the Center for Clinical and Community Health Improvement at Austen Bio-Innovation Institute in Akron (ABIA).

    Previously, Janine served as the Vice Provost for Research at Central Michigan University where she led the effort to facilitate research opportunities, administer intellectual property activities, direct university commercialization endeavors and technology transfer activities, and develop innovative educational programs
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Live Well San Diego:
Nick Macchione, FACHE
director, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Twitter: @SDCountyHHSA

    Speaker Bio

    With 26 years experience in the delivery, management and policy of health and human services, Nick Macchione serves as San Diego County's Director of the Health and Human Services Agency. The Agency has a $2 Billion annual budget, 6,000 employees, and 1,000 service contractors. The Agency has earned national recognition for its innovative, cost effective solutions in improving the health, safety and well-being for its one million clients. As the key founder of the county's ten-year plan, "Live Well San Diego", the County is implementing a broad-based strategy to improve health outcomes, reduce costs and improve the customer experience.
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Breakout IV: The Community Health Workforce: Taking Health to the People

Karen Minyard, PhD
executive director, Georgia Health Policy Center (Moderator)
    Twitter: @kjminyard

    Speaker Bio

    Karen Minyard has directed the Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University's Andrew Young School of Policy Studies since 2001. Minyard connects the research, policy, and programmatic work of the center across issue areas including: community and public health, long-term services and supports, child health, public and private health coverage, and the uninsured. Dr. Minyard is currently spearheading a team at Georgia State University dedicated to translating national health care reform.
Health Leads:
Sue Dalelio
senior vice president of accounts, program and expansion, Health Leads
    Twitter: @HealthLeadsNatl

    Speaker Bio

    Sue has over 20 years' experience building and developing teams, fundraising, managing programs, cultivating and stewarding comprehensive partnerships, and creating organization-wide tools and systems. At Health Leads Sue works closely with leadership to develop strategy, tools, and systems to enhance and implement national program delivery and build institutional partnerships. Sue's cross functional position also focuses on strategic thinking for desk expansion as well as external relationship management. A native of Boston, Sue ventured to University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where she earned a B.A. in art history and economics.
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Healthy Homes, Healthy Families:
Helen M. DuPlessis, MD, MPH
chief medical officer, St. John's Well Child and Family Center
    Twitter: @Wellchildorg

    Speaker Bio

    Helen DuPlessis is a general pediatrician with longstanding experience working to improve the health and healthcare system for children, youth and families in California and across the US.

    She is currently the Chief Medical Officer at St. John's Well Child and Family Center, a network of federally qualified health centers serving low income, residents of Central and South Los Angeles, where she is utilizing her expertise to positively influence the outcomes of children and families in South Los Angeles, the community in which she was raised. She recently completed 9 years as Senior Advisor at the UCLA Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities.
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Health Resilience Specialists:
Laurie Lockert
manager, Health Resilience Program, Care Oregon
    Twitter: @CareOregon

    Speaker Bio

    Laurie Lockert received her M.S. in Psychology at Portland State University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her work at CareOregon with the Health Resilience Program™, whose focus is serving the highest risk/high cost population within Primary Care, has provided the opportunity to raise awareness of the trauma-informed model of care thereby increasing patient and provider satisfaction.

    Since starting the HRP 3 years ago, she has collaborated with 18 Clinics to embed Health Resilience Specialists and develop new workflows to incorporate this unique workforce. She has 35 years' experience as a counselor, manager and consultant in the mental health field. She speaks on 'Trauma Informed Care' both nationally and locally.
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9:15 am Transition Break

BREAKOUTS - ROUND II
9:30 am BREAKOUTS - ROUND II (choose one of the following sessions)
Breakout V: Data and Information Tools to Tackle Population Health Challenges in Your Community (Repeat of Breakout I)
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Fleegler Presentation Material (Acrobat)
McVeigh Presentation Material (Acrobat)
Shah Presentation Material (Acrobat)
Breakout VI: Hospitals Joining Forces on Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation (Repeat of Breakout II)

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Breakout VII: Schools, Jobs, Housing and More: Tackling the Social Determinants

Marcia Wilson, PhD, MBA
assistant director for Regional Support, Aligning Forces for Quality, The George Washington University (Moderator)

    Speaker Bio

    Dr. Wilson's primary work focuses on large-scale change efforts and quality improvement initiatives. She currently serves as associate director for Aligning Forces for Quality, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded initiative in which 16 communities across the U.S. are working to improve overall health care. Dr. Wilson has nearly 20 years of experience in health care working primarily with medical groups and clinics. Her experience in the financing of health care services includes third-party reimbursement, integrated networks and payment reform.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital:
Andrew F. Beck, MD, MPH
attending physician, Division of Hospital Medicine and assistant professor, University of Cincinnati Department of Pediatrics
    Twitter: @CincyChildrens

    Speaker Bio

    Dr. Beck is an Assistant Professor in the Divisions of General and Community Pediatrics and Hospital Medicine at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Beck's research aims to improve child health outcomes by identifying and mitigating key social determinants of health. Specifically, he pursues quantitative and quality improvement studies that focus on population-level health disparities and academic-community collaborations. He formed partnerships with the Cincinnati Health Department to link asthma patients with environmental risks to code enforcement visits and with a large local foodbank to provide hungry infants with formula. He works, clinically, as a primary care and hospitalist pediatrician.
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Durham County, NC:
Kimberly Monroe, MPA
program manager, Community Relations, Duke University Health System

    Speaker Bio

    Ms. Monroe is the Program Manager for Community Engagement for Duke University Health System. She helps plan and implement initiatives designed to address concerns identified by the community. Her "global citizen" background and focus on community collaboration has provided opportunities to serve the community through various leadership roles such as co-chair of the Partnership for a Healthy Durham.

    Ms. Monroe received a BBA in Finance from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas and a MPA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Spokane, WA:
Lyndia Wilson
division director, Spokane Regional Health District

    Speaker Bio

    Lyndia started her public health career in 1988 with the Nevada State Health Department in Maternal and Child Health and then in 1991 joined the Spokane Regional Health District. As the Disease Prevention and Response director for the past 13 years, Lyndia oversees the Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response; Community Health Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation; Communicable Disease Epidemiology; Immunization Outreach; and HIV/AIDS/STDs programs. She works with diverse community agencies and individuals to facilitate community health assessment processes, currently participating on a steering committee to reduce the dropout rate in Spokane. She was a 2011 graduate from the National Public Health Leadership Institute.
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Breakout VIII: Making a Collective Impact: Engaging Actors across Different Sectors

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Reneé S. Frazier, MHSA, FACHE
chief executive officer, Common Table Health Alliance (Moderator)
    Twitter: @CommonTableHA

    Speaker Bio

    Reneé Frazier is an experienced leader in the health care management arena with expertise in hospital operations, managed care, multi-stakeholder coalition building, health promotion, strategic planning, and organizational excellence. She is known for her advocacy towards greater transparency of health care quality indicators and patient experience report cards. She is a strong leader in the Memphis Shelby County community addressing issues of health policy, environmental barriers, health equity and community engagement which will lead the region to better population health. Frazier currently serves on local and national committees which address quality improvement, health equity, public reporting, and consumer engagement.
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Franklin County Community that Cares Coalition, MA:
Kat Allen
co-chair, Communities That Care Coalition and co-coordinator, Partnership for Youth, Franklin Regional Council of Governments

    Speaker Bio

    Kat Allen has had served as co-Chair of the Communities That Care Coalition of Franklin County and the North Quabbin in rural Western Massachusetts for the last 10 years. During this time thCHAYAe coalition has realized substantial reductions in youth substance use, has been recognized nationally for these outcomes, has presented at the White House, and has been written up in the Stanford Social Innovation Review as a successful example of a Collective Impact initiative. Kat holds a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University and has spent the past eighteen years working in public health. She is a firm believer in the power of collective impact to improve complex social problems.
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WNC Healthy Impact:
Heather Gates
executive director, WNC Health Network

    Speaker Bio

    Ms. Gates is the Executive Director of WNC Health Network, Inc., an alliance of hospitals across a 16-county region, working together and with partners on health and healthcare improvement in western North Carolina. In this role, she also serves as the regional coordinator for WNC Healthy Impact (www.WNCHealthyImpact.com).

    Ms. Gates has been in western North Carolina for the past seven years, initially working as an independent public health project consultant. She has worked in various roles focused on collaborative health improvement since 2005 when she received her Masters in Public Health (MPH) in Health Behavior and Health Education from UNC Chapel Hill.
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Live Well Omaha:
Sarah Sjolie, MPA
director, Healthier Communities and Community Benefit, Alegent Creighton Health

    Speaker Bio

    Sarah Sjolie has served in various health care management, communication and public health capacities over the past 10 years at CHI Health, the largest non-profit health care system in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa. In her current role Sarah supports 10 hospitals in their collaborative assessment, public partnership and implementation efforts to improve documented community health issues. She also manages CHI Health's investments in key, system-wide strategies such as childhood obesity, active transportation, violence prevention and access to care. Sarah has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a co-major in Biology from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska and a Master in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
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Breakout IX: Case Studies in Capturing Health Care Savings through Population Health

Karen Murphy, PhD, RN
director, State Innovation Models, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, HHS (Moderator)
    Twitter: @CMSinnovates

    Speaker Bio

    Karen Murphy is currently the Director of the State Innovation Models Initiative at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. Dr. Murphy has an extensive career in healthcare administration and consulting. She was the former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Moses Taylor Health Care System. Prior to becoming CEO of Moses Taylor Health Care System, Dr. Murphy served in various roles in health care administration. As founder and Chief Executive Officer of Physicians Health Alliance, Inc. (PHA), Dr. Murphy also led an integrated medical group practice within Moses Taylor Health Care System. Dr. Murphy currently serves as a Clinical Faculty Member in the Medicine Department at The Commonwealth Medical College. Dr. Murphy earned her Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration from Temple University's Fox School of Business, a Master of Business Administration from Marywood University, a Bachelor of Science from the University of Scranton, and a diploma as a registered nurse from the Scranton State Hospital School of Nursing.
UPMC for You:
John Lovelace
president, UPMC for You and president, Government Programs and Individual Advantage
    Twitter: @UPMCHealthPlan

    Speaker Bio

    John Lovelace is president of UPMC for You, a managed care organization that serves Medical Assistance and Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plan recipients in 40 counties in Pennsylvania. He is also president of Government Programs and Individual Advantage for the UPMC Insurance Services Division. In this role, he is responsible for UPMC Individual Advantage, UPMC for Life Advantage, UPMC for Life Special Needs Plans, UPMC for Kids, and operations for individual products on and off the Healthcare Exchange. In addition, Mr. Lovelace is chief program officer at Community Care Behavioral Health Organization, a behavioral health managed care organization that is part of the UPMC Insurance Services Division. Mr. Lovelace holds graduate degrees in rehabilitation counseling from the State University of New York at Buffalo, as well as in information services from the University of Pittsburgh.
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Boston Children's Hospital Community Asthma Initiative:
Shari Nethersole, MD
executive director, Community Health, Boston Children's Hospital
    Twitter: @BostonChildrens

    Speaker Bio

    Shari Nethersole is the medical director for community health at Boston Children's Hospital and a pediatrician in the Hospital's Primary Care Center. Dr. Nethersole oversees the hospital's community health mission, which addresses asthma, mental health, obesity, and child development. She works with community organizations, community health centers, schools and city and state agencies to address health disparities and improve the health of children and families in Boston. She established the Community Asthma Initiative and the Fitness in the City Program to address childhood obesity. Dr. Nethersole is an advocate at city and state levels for child health priorities.
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10:45 am Transition Break

BREAKOUTS - ROUND III
11:00 am BREAKOUTS - ROUND III (choose one of the following sessions)
Breakout X. "The Integrator": Who Convenes the Stakeholders to Improve Health? (Repeat of Breakout III)
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Breakout XI. The Community Health Workforce: Taking Health to the People (Repeat of Breakout IV)
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DuPlessis Presentation Material (Acrobat)
Lockert Presentation Material (Acrobat)
Breakout XII. Making a Collective Impact: Engaging Actors across Different Sectors (Repeat of Breakout VIII)
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Breakout XIII. Schools, Jobs, Housing and More: Tackling the Social Determinants (Repeat of Breakout VII)
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Breakout XIV. Case Studies in Capturing Health Care Savings through Population Health (Repeat of Breakout IX)
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12:15 pm Networking Luncheon

AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION
1:15 pm

Keynote Address: Population Health: Lessons from the Policy Trenches

Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH
senior vice president and chief operating officer for clinical operations, Kaiser Permanente Southern California
    Twitter: @KPSCALnews

    Speaker Bio

    Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH, is the senior vice president and chief operating officer for clinical operations for Kaiser Permanente's Southern California region. He oversees health plan and hospital quality, service, accreditation, regulatory compliance, and licensure, as well as nursing, the continuum of care, and the effective use of technology, data, and analytics to produce better patient health outcomes. He also serves as a key liaison with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group for medical education, graduate medical education, and research.

    Dr. Shah has been an RWJ Clinical Scholar at UCLA, attending physician at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, associate investigator at Geisinger Health in central Pennsylvania, and on the faculty of NYU Medical Center in the section of value and comparative effectiveness. Most recently, he served as commissioner of the New York State Department of Health.
1:45 pm

Keynote Address: Building a Culture of Health through Community Benefit and Population Health

Sister Carol Keehan, DC, RN, MS
president and chief executive officer, Catholic Health Association of the United States
    Twitter: @TheCHAUSA

    Speaker Bio

    Sister Carol Keehan, DC, is the ninth president and chief executive officer of the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA). She assumed her duties as of October 2005. She is responsible for all association operations and leads CHA's staff at offices in Washington, DC, where she is based, and in St. Louis. Sister Carol has worked in administrative and governance positions at hospitals sponsored by the Daughters of Charity for more than 35 years. Most recently, she was the board chair of Ascension Health's Sacred Heart Health System, Pensacola, FL. Previously, she served for 15 years as president and chief executive officer of Providence Hospital, which includes Carroll Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, in Washington, DC.
2:00 pm

Health Systems Pursuing Population Health: Three Case Studies

Donald Schwarz, MD, MPH
director, Catalyzing Demand for Healthy Places and Practices, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Moderator)

    Speaker Bio

    Donald Schwarz oversees the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's effort to identify, support, and spread the word about individual and community actions that promote lifelong health for all Americans. He joined the Foundation in July 2014 after a long career of health care service in Philadelphia, PA.

    Previously, Schwarz served as Deputy Mayor for Health and Opportunity and Health Commissioner or the City of Philadelphia. As Deputy Mayor, he oversaw the Departments of Human Services, Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services, and the Office of Supportive Housing. As Health Commissioner, he initiated successful anti-obesity and smoking cessation programs, introduced electronic health records to the city's eight federally-qualified health centers, and establish a public-private partnership to construct a new health center, recreation center, and library complex.
Randy Oostra, DM, FACHE
president and chief executive officer, ProMedica
    Twitter: @ProMedicaHealth

    Speaker Bio

    Randy Oostra, DM, FACHE (59), is the President and Chief Executive Officer of ProMedica, a non-profit, mission based health system in Toledo. Prior to joining ProMedica, Randy served in myriad roles in health care leadership, including Executive Vice President, Saint Anthony's Health System, Alton, Illinois; and Vice President, Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    Involved in myriad professional activities, Randy is a member of American Hospital Association, Ohio and Michigan Hospital Associations, and Bread for the World Development Committee, a fellow with American College of Healthcare Executives, and a Board Member of the Regional Growth Partnership, Toledo Symphony, Toledo Art Museum, Northwestern College, and AHA Association Regional Policy Board.
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Samuel L. Ross, MD, MS
chief executive officer, Bon Secours Baltimore Health System
    Twitter: @bonsecoursbalt

    Speaker Bio

    Samuel Ross, M.D., M.S., is the CEO of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System. Along with managing an 88 bed acute care hospital, he is also responsible for a network of community outreach divisions that focus on housing, education, job skills, behavioral health, substance abuse and rehabilitation.

    Under his leadership, Bon Secours and sixteen (16) partners were awarded one of five Health Enterprise Zone designations by the state of Maryland.

    Prior to his arrival to Baltimore, Dr. Ross served at Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas, Texas.
Kimberlydawn Wisdom, MD, MS
senior vice president of Community Health & Equity and chief wellness officer, Henry Ford Health System
    Twitter: @DoctorWisdomMD

    Speaker Bio

    Kimberlydawn Wisdom, MD, MS is the Senior Vice President of Community Health & Equity and Chief Wellness & Diversity Officer at Henry Ford Health System. She is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician and the Chair of the Gail and Lois Warden Endowment on Multicultural Health and Michigan's and the nation's First State-level Surgeon General. In 2012 she was appointed by President Obama to serve on the Advisory Group on Prevention, Health Promotion and Integrative and Public Health. She focuses on health disparities/health care equity, diversity, infant mortality/maternal & child health, chronic disease, unintended pregnancy, physical inactivity, and healthy eating behaviors.
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3:15 pm

Keynote Address: Health Plan Innovations to Improve Community Health

Karen Ignagni
president and chief executive officer, America's Health Insurance Plans
    Twitter: @AHIPCoverage

    Speaker Bio

    As President and Chief Executive Officer of America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), Karen Ignagni is the voice of health insurance plans, representing members that provide health care, long-term care, dental and disability benefits to more than 200 million Americans. AHIP was formed in late 2003 as a result of a merger between the American Association of Health Plans (AAHP) and Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA).

    Ms. Ignagni led AAHP and, since joining the organization in 1993, she has won many accolades for her leadership. Washingtonian named her one of the Top Three "Top Guns" of all trade association heads. Modern Healthcare magazine routinely ranks her among the 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare. The New York Times wrote, "In a city teaming with health care lobbyists, Ms. Ignagni is widely considered one of the most effective. She blends a detailed knowledge of health policy with an intuitive feel for politics." Fortune described the political program Ms. Ignagni spearheaded at AAHP as "worthy of a presidential election bid."
3:30 pm Break
4:00 pm

Keynote Address: Capturing the Savings in Health Care to Pay the Bill for Health

Mark B. McClellan, MD, PhD
senior fellow and director, Health Care Innovation and Value Initiative, Brookings Institution
    Twitter: @BrookingsInst

    Speaker Bio

    Mark B. McClellan is director of the Health Care Innovation and Value Initiative and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. His work at Brookings focuses on promoting quality and value in patient centered health care. A doctor and economist by training, McClellan also has a highly distinguished record in public service and in academic research. He is a former administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and former commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), where he developed and implemented major reforms in health policy. These include the Medicare prescription drug benefit, the FDA's Critical Path Initiative, and public-private initiatives to develop better information on the quality and cost of care. Dr. McClellan chairs the FDA's Reagan-Udall Foundation, is co-chair of the Quality Alliance Steering Committee, sits on the National Quality Forum's Board of Directors, is a member of the Institute of Medicine, and is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He previously served as a member of the President's Council of Economic Advisers and senior director for health care policy at the White House. He was also an associate professor of economics and medicine at Stanford University. McClellan holds an MD and an MPA from Harvard University and a PhD in economics from MIT.
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4:15 pm

Roundtable on Capturing the Savings in Health Care to Pay the Bill for Health

David B. Nash, MD, MBA
dean and Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon professor of Health Policy, Jefferson School of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University (Moderator)
    Twitter: @nashpophealth

    Speaker Bio

    David B. Nash, MD, MBA is the Founding Dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health where he is the Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor of Health Policy. He is a board certified internist and is internationally recognized for his work in outcomes management, medical staff development and quality-of-care improvement. He has authored more than 100 articles in major journals, edited 22 books, and is editor-in-chief of four major national journals.
Deborah De Santis
president and chief executive officer, Corporation for Supportive Housing
    Twitter: @CSHInfo

    Speaker Bio

    As President and Chief Executive Officer, Ms. De Santis is responsible for the overall leadership of CSH, including oversight of fund development, public policy and advocacy work, financial and administrative systems, program development and implementation, and strategic planning. Under her leadership, CSH advances solutions that use housing as a platform for services to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people, maximize public resources and build healthy communities. Since Ms. De Santis was appointed in 2007, she has led CSH in realizing a 10-year goal of creating 150,000 supportive housing units. She also spearheaded the re-organization of CSH to focus on innovation and thought leadership in areas that highlight the strong interrelationships between housing stability and health outcomes. She has championed groundbreaking programs that have positioned CSH as a pioneer in the integration of housing and healthcare, reducing the costs associated with high-utilizers of emergency healthcare. Prior to her current role, Ms. De Santis served CSH for nearly four years as the director of the New Jersey program, where she tripled CSH's lending portfolio and successfully advocated for the creation of New Jersey's $200 million Special Needs Housing Trust Fund. Previously, Ms. De Santis was the executive director and COO of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, where she oversaw the execution of its first strategic plan, which included developing new special needs housing programs, increasing investments in NJ's urban areas, streamlining loan servicing, and growing the agency's multi-family portfolio. Ms. De Santis was also the Deputy Chief of Staff for the Governor of New Jersey, where she oversaw the day-to-day operations of the Governor's office, and served as liaison to the Cabinet. Deb earned a Bachelor's Degree from Babson College where she is on the Board of Trustees.
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Irene Krokos, MD
senior regional medical director, Molina Healthcare
    Twitter: @molinahealth

    Speaker Bio

    Dr. Irene Krokos is currently Senior Regional Medical Director for Molina Healthcare, Inc. and previously served as Chief Medical Officer for Molina Healthcare of New Mexico where a Community Health Worker intervention was implemented state-wide and later expanded nationally. With more than eight years of experience in quality improvement and utilization management Dr. Krokos' current interests include payment reform and leveraging new technologies to transform and bring value to population health management.
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Joshua M. Sharfstein, MD
secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene, state of Maryland
    Twitter: @drJoshS

    Speaker Bio

    Joshua M. Sharfstein, M.D., is the Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Previously he served as principal deputy commissioner of the U.S Food and Drug Administration 2009-2011 and as the Commissioner of Health in Baltimore, Maryland from December 2005 to March 2009. From July 2001 to December 2005, Dr. Sharfstein served on the Minority Staff of the Committee on Government Reform of the U.S. House of Representatives, working for Congressman Henry A. Waxman. He serves on Health Information Technology Policy Committee for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice of the Institute of Medicine, and the editorial board of the Journal of the American Medical Association. He is a 1991 graduate of Harvard College, a 1996 graduate of Harvard Medical School, a 1999 graduate of the combined residency program in pediatrics at Boston Medical Center and Boston Children's Hospital, and a 2001 graduate of the fellowship program in general pediatrics at the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Sharfstein lives with his family in Baltimore, Maryland.
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