Advisory Board for 2018
Senior Advisor for Health Information Technology
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Dr. Brennan Spiegel
Director of Health Services Research
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SVP & CIO
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Director, Global Health Informatics, BIDMC
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Director & Senior Healthcare Consultant
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Lecturer & Capstone Lead Faculty, Applied Analytics
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Prof. Fuad Abujarad, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
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Professor Kalyan Pasupathy
Associate Professor, Health Care Systems Engineering, Scientific Director, Clinical Engineering Learning Labs
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Global Health Marketing Association Director & H&PS NA Marketing Business Partner
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Kristine Martin Anderson
Executive Vice President
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Director for Information Technology Services at Mt San Rafael Hospital + Fujitsu Ambassador
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Dr. Christopher Boone
Vice President, Head of Real World Data & Analytics Center of Excellence, Patient & Health Impact
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Director, Surgical Specialties
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Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences Strategy
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Principal Consultant, MoenMD Consulting
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Professor Laurie Buis
Assistant Professor in Family Medicine and Assistant Professor of Information at the School of Information
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Chief Strategy Officer
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Dr. Bettina Experton
President & CEO
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John Kenagy, MD
Clinical Professor of Surgery, U. of Washington, Director
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President & Principal Analyst
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Founder and CEO
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Healthcare Executive Coach & Physician Engagement Advisor, More Good Days Healthcare Consulting
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President and CMO
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Executive Director of Performance Improvement and Outpatient Services
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OD Vice President of Business Development
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Director, External Affairs
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Freelance Tech Writer
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Assistant Clinical Professor, Internal Medicine and Psychiatry
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Operations Mng - External Manufacturing Latin America Head
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Director - Corporate Partnerships
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Vice President and Chief Information Officer
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Social Media Strategist
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Kristine Martin Anderson is an Executive Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton. Based in Rockville, Maryland, she is recognized as a thought leader for her expertise in quality measurement and using health information technology to improve patient care.
Ms. Martin Anderson leads Booz Allen’s work in Civil Health supporting the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Social Security Administration. Prior to joining Booz Allen, she was the Vice President for Operations and Strategy at CareScience, a software solutions company that she helped to launch in 1992 and take public in 2000. CareScience created the nation’s first Web-based clinical performance improvement system for hospitals and the nation’s first health information exchange.
Ms. Martin Anderson currently serves on the Quality and Safety Committee of the Board of Directors for the Mercy Health System in St. Louis, MO, the Board of Directors for the eHealth Initiative, the HIMSS Quality and Patient Safety Leadership Committee and the National Quality Forum’s Standing Committee on Cost and Resource Use. She is the chairperson for the Technical Expert Panels (TEPs) for the Medicaid Managed Care and CHIP Quality Rating System and the Marketplace Quality Rating System. She has been a contributor on multiple advisory panels. In recent years she was Co-Chair, National Quality Forum Episode Grouper Evaluation Criteria Expert Panel, 2013-2014; Member, Unique Device Identification (UDI) Implementation Work Group, Engelberg Center for Health Reform, Brookings Institute, 2012-2014; Co-Chair, National Quality Forum, Measure Harmonization Task Force, 2010; Expert Panel Member, National Quality Forum Task Force on Evidence, 2010; Member, Health Information Technology Evaluation Collaborative (HITEC) expert panel formed as part of an AHRQ grant for “Developing, Evaluating and Employing Quality Metrics for Health Information Technology and Health Information Exchange in the Ambulatory Setting.” 2008.
Kristine holds a M.B.A from The Wharton School of Business and a B.A. from the University in Pennsylvania.
Adjunct Professor, Health Informatics
University of Cincinnati
There are several words to describe Dr. Christopher Boone: health futurist, patient advocate, executive, professor, social scientist, and self-proclaimed “data hippie.” Boone is recognized as being a dynamic, innovative thought leader and a public voice on the power of health data and its ability to radically change the U.S. health care delivery system.
Boone currently serves as the Vice President and Global Head of the Real World Data & Analytics Center of Excellence at Pfizer, an adjunct professor in the health informatics program at the University of Cincinnati, an active board member of several influential organizations, and a co-founder of a few start-up companies. Most recently, he was honored as a 2017 40 Under 40 Leader in Minority Health Award by the National Minority Quality Forum and Congressional Black Caucus.
Boone also served as the CEO & Executive Director for the Health Data Consortium, a public-private partnership under the Obama Administration focused on advancing open health data and promoting innovation using health data in the U.S. and globally. Moreover, he launched the Real World Informatics and Digital Strategies advisory services practice at Avalere Health and ushered the American Heart Association into the digital age of research as the national lead for health informatics.
Boone holds, or has held, appointments to some of the most influential national committees focused on health data and patient centricity, including the Board of Directors for the Stewards of Change Institute, the Executive Board of Directors for the Patient Advocate Foundation, the Executive Board of Directors for the National Patient Advocate Foundation, the Board of Directors for SHARE for Cures, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) Initiative, the Interoperability Committee for the National Quality Forum, the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS) Working Group on HHS Data Access and Use, the Health IT Policy Committee (federal advisory committee), and the advisory group for the American Society of Clinical Oncologists’ (ASCO) CancerLinQ initiative.
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Dr. Boone earned a B.S. from the University of Tulsa, a M.S. from the University of Texas at Arlington, a PhD from the University of Texas at Dallas, and two executive certificates from the Harvard Kennedy School. In addition, he is a certified healthcare executive and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Moreover, Boone has been a featured keynote speaker on digital innovation and real world data hosted by many prominent public and private organizations: President’s Cancer Panel, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Health Datapalooza, Columbia Business School, World Congress, BioData Congress, The Atlantic, HIMSS, eyeforpharma, MedCity, and many others.
Director, Surgical Specialties
Dr. Ali Tinazli is leading the corporate-wide, global strategy for Healthcare and Life Sciences for HP Inc. in the CTO Office. He currently sits on the Advisory Board of a bioinformatics/computer processor company, and serves as a Board Member at various start-up companies in the biomedical/digital health space. Dr. Ali Tinazli has a deep background in the science and business of biomedicine and healthcare. Ali has done extensive work in the field of molecular biology of aging and nanobiotechnology and has authored about 20 publications.
He received his PhD in BioChemistry from J.W. Goethe University in Germany, and also studied business at UC, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and MIT’s Sloan School of Management. After receiving his Ph.D., Ali was in Corporate Development at Applied Biosystems (now: Thermo Fisher) where he conducted technology scouting and in-licensing. From 2008-2015, Dr. Tinazli, built the biomedical consumables business at Sony DADC (part of SONY Corporation).
As a member of the management team at Sony DADC BioSciences, he has headed as VP & Head of Business Development the Americas business based out of Cambridge, MA. In addition to his bioscience and industry domain experience, Ali brings strong entrepreneurial experience and hands-on knowledge of the biosciences start-up community.
Dr. Moen has spent his career providing thought leadership to teams achieving nationally-recognized and market-changing Triple Aim results for high risk patients in hospital, clinic, and community settings. He is Principal at MoenMD
Consulting and has served as a strategic advisor to health system, physician network, health plan, venture capital, andFortune 500 clients. He worked with United Health Group’s Venture (UHGV) Capital Group to attain funding to startTeamMD, a company which provides integrated primary care, nursing, and social services to vulnerable adults. He wasnamed Board Chairman in September, 2015. After a successful launch in Des Moines, IA, United Health Care purchasedTeamMD (www.TeamMD.com) with plans to deploy nationwide. In addition to that role he serves as Chief PhysicianAdvisor to United Health Group Ventures, Executive Chairman of Orthology (www.orthology.com), Chief Medical Officerand Co-founder of Occtegrity (www.occtegrity.com), and Physician Advisor to Healthy Interactions based in Chicago, IL(www.healthyinteractions.com).
Dr. Moen worked within the Fairview Health System in Minneapolis for 25 years as an emergency physician andphysician executive. During his last 5 years at Fairview he served as Medical Director of Innovation and President andCEO of the Fairview Health Network (FHN). In both roles he engaged clinicians in creating better care models andworked to align payment incentives among key partners to achieve the Triple Aim.
His team led development of thePatient-Centered Medical Home in over 50 primary care clinics and designed and implemented population healthinfrastructure to support Fairview’s employed and partnering independent physicians in new risk-based contracts. In2011, FHN was named a Pioneer ACO by Medicare. His teams’ accomplishments during his tenure at Fairview alsoinclude 3 health plan innovation awards for improving outcomes and lowering cost for high risk patient populations.
Dr. Moen helps his clients understand current market trends, relevant stakeholder capabilities, and how to moreeffectively and creatively work across typical boundaries to close today’s care delivery and market gaps with alignedpartners.
Helen is an experienced and passionate healthcare innovator and futurist. She has expertise in partnering with c-suite executives and peers, team development, execution of strategic planning and global governance programs, building international collaborations, client loyalty programs and helping to formulate global best practice solution portfolios.
She has served in three Fortune companies and non-for profit organizations such as Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS). Additionally, she has supported, consulted and guided several start-up health IT companies to successful next steps such as LumiraDx, HealthBox, Haven Health and Carefully, Inc among others. Helen has achieved HIMSS fellow status and secured HIMSS healthcare IT certification.
Helen has served on several national committees and Boards such as HIMSS, CHIME, The Sullivan Institute for Healthcare Innovation, WEDI, State University of New York’s Global Institute for Health and Human Rights and State University of New York’s School of Public Health. Helen serves in several senior advisory roles such as for the Albany College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences President’s Council, the National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved, Inc. based in Washington, D.C., New York State’s HIMSS National Liaison and is Chair, Health 2.0 Boston.
Helen has secured service and career awards, published and lectured extensively in healthcare and regularly presents and authors on healthcare technology. She holds academic appointments at University of Maryland, the Sage Colleges, New York and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Science, Boston. She holds a Baccalaureate in Science, a Doctorate of Pharmacy, an MBA in healthcare administration, completed a drug information research fellowship, is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and Six Sigma Lean Sensei.
Helen has been recognized by Health 2.0 as a “Ten Year Industry Leader”. For three consecutive years, 2016, 2017 and 2018, Helen has been named “Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT” by Health Data Management. She was named in 2018 on Becker’s prestigious “Women to Know in Healthcare IT” listing. Helen is a career coach, mentor and passionate about supporting the environment. She volunteers her time and raises money for several philanthropic organizations including the Alzheimer’s Association.
In her spare time, Helen mentors for organizations interested in positioning product development and go to market strategies in healthcare such as Carefully, Inc. where she serves as one of the original founders and as Chief Communications and Public Relations Officer. Helen is Chief Strategy Officer for MedicaSoft based in Arlington, Va.
Sanjeev serves as the President and Chief Marketing Officer for LeanTaaS’s iQueue Division. Sanjeev was Google’s first Head of Product Marketing. Since then, he has led three successful startups - CEO at Aloqa (acquired by Motorola), VP Products & Marketing at TellMe Networks (acquired by Microsoft) and Founder & CEO at Collegefeed (acquired by AfterCollege).
Sanjeev graduated Phi Beta Kappa with an EECS degree from MIT and also spent time at McKinsey & Company and Cisco Systems. Sanjeev is a Forbes contributor and also writes on his personal blog at http://medium.com/@saagrawa. He is an avid squash player and has been named by Becker's Hospital Review as one of the top entrepreneurs innovating in Healthcare.
Christopher Govero has over 15 years of Lean/Six Sigma process improvement experience in a wide range of industries, including Healthcare, Manufacturing Government, Department of Defense, Education and other service industries. He has also spent time consulting both domestically and abroad.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Missouri Southern State University and a Master of Business Administration from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri. In addition, he also holds an ASQ Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification.
Chris currently works as the Executive Director of Performance Improvement and Outpatient Services at HSHS St. Elizabeth’s in Belleville, IL. His key responsibilities include leading hospital wide Lean Six Sigma efforts as well as operations in Outpatient and Revenue Cycle departments.
Dr. Levine initially started out his physician leadership career as the CEO of PsychCare Alliance and Topaz Health, where grew this to become the largest behavioral health medical group in the United States doing full risk and collaborative behavioral health care.
Dr. Levine is an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at the University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine since 1992 as well as resident expert on Population Health. Dr Levine was also recently appointed Assistant Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and has been active in their teaching programs around population health and future of medicine since 2014. He has published three dozen articles, book chapters and other abstracts in a variety of referred journals in addition to multiple national presentations and other works. This has included a wide array of subjects including population health, palliative care, the future of medicine, risk stratification and collaborative care in behavioral health as a principal investigator of IMPACT depression care.
Prior to his career in medicine, he has served as an administrator at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center and the University of Chicago Medical Center.