David Campbell has more than 35 years in the leadership and management of hospitals and health systems. He has extensive consulting operational experience and expertise in multiple health care settings that includes an established record of leading teaching institutions experiencing severe financial stress through significant organizational changes and integration. His leadership also includes the development and implementation of programs to create a service-oriented, proactive culture in financially challenged institutions with a history of difficult labor relations. He has done extensive consulting in strategic and operational assessment, mergers and acquisitions, physician and academic alignment, and operational improvement. Campbell has served as a President and Chief Executive Officer of Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers of New York, the Detroit Medical Center in Detroit, and Allegheny Health Services in Pittsburgh. He has also served in senior leadership positions at Henry Ford Health System, Oakwood Healthcare, Inc., and The University of Michigan Hospitals. Campbell has a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in Hospital Administration from the University of Michigan. Campbell has a number of professional affiliations including serving as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
- David Campbell LLC – Managing Partner
- Oakwood Healthcare Inc. EVP Operations , System Strategy and Growth
- TRG Healthcare – Partner
- Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers of New York – President and CEO
- Detroit Medical Center – President and CEO
- Allegheny Health Services Interim President and CEO / Chief Operating Officer
- Henry Ford Hospital -Administrator Provider Services
- Metropolitan Hospital and Health Centers- Administrative Director
- University of Michigan Hospitals – Associate Director
Key Career Accomplishments
- Established Integrated Delivery systems through the consolidation and merger of previously independent hospitals in major urban settings – Detroit and New York City
- Restructured governance, management and Medical staff structures in several systems
- Developed strategic plans and led market repositioning of newly formed systems as well as established hospitals and health systems
- Participated in the development of one of the largest managed care plans in Michigan (Health Alliance Plan)
- Managed successful relationships and contracts between Academic Medical Centers and their affiliated Medical Schools particularly in the alignment of academic and clinical programs
- Led the acquisition and integration of hospitals in 3 different systems
- Evaluated outsourcing opportunities and negotiated contracts in a number of areas including IT, environmental services , dietary , among others
- Led a number of financial turnarounds which involved staff reductions , renegotiating labor contracts , program and service reconfirgurations and consolidations, revising medical staff arrangements, restructuring balance sheets debt and credit instruments
- Helped achieve a Baldrige Award site visit – certified as a Baldrige Award examiner
- Developed and implemented a number of initiates to help grow organization top lines both on acute as well as post-acute services
- Provided staff and oversight on a number of interim management assignments including organizations undergoing restructuring and financial turnarounds
- Served as a director on a number of publically traded companies Education
- Master Hospital Administration , University of Michigan
- BS Divisional Social Services Michigan State University Certifications and Affiliations (partial list)
- Fellow and former Regent American College of Health Care Executives
- Michigan Health and Hospital Association – past Board member and Chair
- New York Hospital Association- past Board member and Vice Chair
- Greater New York Hospital Association – past Board member and Vice Chair
- First of America Bank – past Board member
- Meadowbrook Insurance Company – past Board member
- American University of the Caribbean – Director and Vice Chair
- Scottsdale Institute – Board member
- Premier Board – past Board member
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan – past Board member
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George S. Conklin is Senior Vice President for Information Management at CHRISTUS Health, one of the nation’s largest Catholic healthcare delivery sys-tem. He is responsible for all aspects of the delivery of information management and communications systems services, supporting CHRISTUS Health’s delivery network across four states, in two countries and in more than 300 locations. Ad-ditionally, as a member of CHRISTUS Health’s senior leadership team, he parti-cipates in setting short and long term strategic and tactical directions for the sys-tem at large. In particular, he has served as a member of the organization’s Fu-tures Task Force, an effort that has set long term system directions based on as-sessments of future social, technical, environmental, economic and political fac-tors.
In 2006 all Clinical Engineering services were brought under Mr. Conklin given CHRISTUS’ belief that technology must be managed as a core strategic re-source; the convergence of traditional IT and biomedical technologies onto IT platforms; and the growing need to insure that data collected by biomedical sys-tems be integrated into the electronic patient record as quickly as possible.
Mr. Conklin was also awarded the Smithsonian Institution Face of Innovation award in 1997 that recognized applications of computers to medical decision support at Integris Health in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. These achievements have been included in the permanent research collection of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History. Additionally, CHRISTUS Health was awarded one of HHN’s Most Wireless” Awards in 2002.
Mr. Conklin writes and lectures frequently in the areas of health care informatics
Kenneth J. Fawcett, Jr, MD, VP Spectrum Health Healthier Communities. Spectrum Health’s Healthier Communities offers community outreach to vulnerable populations to improve health and reduce health disparities. Infant mortality and adverse birth outcomes have been reduced by 50%; enhanced educational outcomes are supported through virtual health delivery augmenting onsite behavioral health, medical and dental services; and wellness and chronic disease programming has improved health outcomes and patient engagement while reducing the total cost of care. Dr. Fawcett discusses the use of a social impact bond structure to create a sustainable funding structure for community health programs. He also discusses the importance of outcomes, and not simply outputs, as success markers and collaboration of community partnerships, along with a novel (and scalable) solution to address food insecurity and its impact on health.
Waldo A. Mikels-Carrasco, Director of Population Health Research & Development, Michiana Health Information Exchange. Waldo discusses the development of an HIE-driven solution that uses clinical and psychosocial data integration to extend beyond current operational models for avoiding readmissions of Medicare Shared Savings Plan Accountable Care Organizations (MSSP ACO) and Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BCPI) patients. Triggering off an initial alert to the hospital that a dually eligible (Medicaid/Medicare) member has entered their system, care coordination staff screen patients for social needs that could potentially present post-discharge barriers, resulting in community-based case management to provide coordination of service referrals and reduce patient readmissions within 30 or 90 days.
Brian E. Dixon, PhD, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health and Regenstrief Institute.Through a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, researchers at Indiana University and the Regenstrief Institute in partnership with the Marion County Public Health Department have embarked on a journey to integrate clinical data from electronic health records (EHRs) with community-level social determinant data to explore, spatially, the incidence and management of chronic, as well as infectious diseases. The effort led to the creation of several datasets and maps that allowed epidemiologists to better understand both disparities as well as disease burden within the community. Yet EHRs are not perfect, so the presentation also describes the bias and limitations of using EHRs to examine population health.
Asra Ali, MS, CHC, CHPC, Senior Compliance/Privacy Specialist Corporate Compliance Department, Advocate Health Care. Social media is at the forefront of our lives. Each workplace is strongly involved with social media from a marketing perspective, and each individual is strongly engaged from a personal perspective. The current culture is such that any and all matters are encouraged to be shared across various social media platforms. The question is, are we engaging our workforce appropriately? Are we training our workforce so that patient information and work related information is not inadvertently disclosed? This teleconference reviews real-life examples of such cases from different healthcare organizations and how management can help train to mitigate privacy related risks.
Penny Gilbert, MSN, MBA, BSM, RN, CPHQ, Director, ACC, Case Management, Social Services and Transport Team, Baptist Health. The rising cost of healthcare along with pay-for-performance and bundled-payment initiatives have affirmed the importance of case management in today’s healthcare market. Case managers have historically functioned as gatekeepers regarding patient length of stay (LOS) and cost per case. Case managers at Baptist Health-Lexington recognized the need to move beyond the traditional case management roles and activities related to discharge planning, utilization review, and LOS management. Effective transition from hospital to home or supportive agency is a major component of this case management model. A decision support analyst developed a) the database using internal software, b) the reports required to extract the needed data elements for the calculations, and c) the report retrieved daily by case management, which will also be discussed.
John Halamka, MD, CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Halamka discusses how Beth Israel Deaconess has expanded meaningful use to using social and mobile media, analytics and the cloud to enhance patient care and engage patients outside of traditional care settings. He also addresses the concerns involved when utilizing this technology in connecting with patients, and looks ahead to what to expect in the future.
Ruben Amarasingham, MD, MBA, President and CEO, Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation, and Ferdinand Velasco, MD, Chief Health Information Officer, Texas Health Resources. With the increasing adoption of electronic health records, it is now possible to leverage vast clinical, social, and demographic data in ways that could transform healthcare delivery. This presentation showcases the collaboration between different healthcare systems in North Texas and a new non-profit center for innovation that have successfully realized this potential in predicting and reducing hospital readmissions.
Jared Rhoads, Senior Research Specialist, and Clive Flashman, Global Healthcare Specialist, CSC. New technologies, services, and design concepts are enabling patients to become more engaged in their health and care. Social media, mobile devices, and monitoring devices have broken down geographic barriers and brought people together. Meanwhile gamification, glanceability, and location awareness make technologies more enjoyable and more rewarding to use. In this session, Jared and Clive discuss the role of these developments.