Tommy Inzina is the president/chief executive officer for BayCare, a leading not-for-profit health care system that includes 14 hospitals and hundreds of other convenient locations throughout Tampa Bay and West Central Florida. Services include acute care, primary care, imaging, laboratory, behavioral health, home care, urgent care and fitness centers. BayCare also is second, the largest private employer in the region with more than 27,000 team members.
In 2017, BayCare generated $3.9 billion in total revenue and provided $389 million in community benefit.
Under Inzina’s Leadership, BayCare is focused on realizing its vision of becoming an Extraordinary Team leading the way to high-quality care and personalized, customer-centered health.
Inzina has been with BayCare more than 24 years. Prior to becoming president/CEO, he served in several leadership roles including chief financial officer, chief administrative officer and chief operating officer. Before BayCare, Inzina spent 10 years at Ernst & Young.
Inzina graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Tampa. Inzina serves in leadership roles for industry and community organizations, such as the Tampa Bay Partnership, the Florida Hospital Association, the Heart Ball Cabinet for the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society’s CEO Against Cancer and the Florida Council of 100.
Posted April 2018
ED Pilot Project to Address Opioid Abuse and Suicide Prevention at Bon Secours Mercy Health
Aliya Jones, MD, Chair, Department of Behavioral Health, Bon Secours Baltimore Health System, Allan Austin, Senior Organizational Effectiveness Consultant and Allen Tien, MD, MHS, President and Chief Science Officer, mdlogix. The ED Diversion program was designed to provide comprehensive screening and improved referral processes for high utilizers of the Bon Secours Emergency Department, enabling better care and outcomes for these patients. These patients tend to be the most chronically ill with co-morbid behavioral health challenges, somatic health issues, and negative . The ED program was based on a cloud-based data platform and web tools for assessment, referral, and data visualization, including a uniquely comprehensive and validated behavioral health screen and social determinants measure, and its use by a Peer Recovery Coach in the ED. Results showed feasibility and effectiveness, and identified opportunities for further integration and organization to address the long-term and complex needs of this challenging population.
Making Primary Care Primary at Centura: CMMI’s Vision for Healthcare Innovation, Part III
Tamra Lavengood, RN, BSN, MSN, Coordinator for Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) Mercy Family Medicine and Steve Lavengood, MD, CPC+ Medical Director, Mercy Family Medicine, Centura Health Physician Group. With the advent of the Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative (CPCI) that began in October 2012, CMMI has continued incentivizing primary care practices to move away from fee for service and focus on value. Mercy Family Medicine in Durango, Colorado, has been involved since the beginning, and is currently in CPC+. With this alternative payment model, CMMI’s vision is making a difference. Mercy Primary Care is changing the care delivery model and realizing the return on investment with Complex Care Management, Care Coordination, and Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, and Tamra and Steve share their insights and lessons learned from this transition.
In the role of Senior Clinical Informaticist, Kassaundra provides on-site user support to all levels of direct patient care providers for the proper, effective and efficient use of clinical applications and devices. Mentors and develops user expertise in the use of clinical applications. Collaborates across teams to plan, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of systems and services. Provides leadership on application utilization that ensures quality patient care outcomes. Resolves customer concerns raised during installation, operation, maintenance, or product application, along with compatibility matters. Kassaundra leverages her own clinical knowledge in diagnosing problems and coordinating the appropriate additional resources to determine and deliver resolution.
Kassaundra has a BS in Biology from Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, KY and BS in Nursing from William Jewell College in Liberty, MO. Kassaundra works PRN as a floor nurse in the acute care and behavioral health areas at Truman Medical Centers. Working the floor keeps her current on workflow and processes which allows a better understanding as decisions are being made on projects and implementations. She collaborated in the planning, design, and full implementation of this project as the Senior Clinical Informaticist and uses the solution in her work as a floor nurse.
Angela Kline-Couch, MBA-HC, MSN, BSN, RN, Director of Telemetry Services, Kassaundra McKnight-Young, BSN, RN, Senior Clinical Informaticist, and Breane Lucas, ... Read More
Lisa Nichols is the Community Benefit Behavioral Health Director. In this role she works to improve the health of the community with a focus on the behavioral health needs of low-income and under-served communities. Lisa has over 22 years of experience working in non-profit health care with under-served populations from her previous role as the executive director of Midtown Community Health Center. Lisa has a master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah. Lisa has a passion for building access to healthcare for under-served individuals.
Posted April 2019
John J. Campbell, MD
John J Campbell, MD, FANPA is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer and Medical Director of Community Services at Acadia Hospital. Prior to coming to Acadia Hospital, Dr. Campbell served as the Interim Chief of Psychiatry at Maine Medical Center and Interim Senior VP of Medical Affairs at Maine Behavioral Healthcare. In addition, he was the Medical Director of Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital, part of the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, MI. Dr. Campbell is a graduate of Brown University and attended the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He completed his residency training in psychiatry at Brown University and while there also completed a fellowship in neuropsychiatry.
Dr. Campbell has been a champion of affordable, high quality healthcare for many years. He is an advocate for patient-centered care and, in particular, has emphasized the design of behavioral health delivery systems capable of achieving the Quadruple Aim: Measurable improvements in community health, Delighting the customer, Making care affordable, and Keeping providers engaged. His clinical background is in providing psychiatric care to medically complex populations and he has been a leader in the psychiatric care for patients with dementia-related psychiatric complications for almost 20 years. Dr. Campbell currently serves as the President of the American Neuropsychiatric Association.
Updated December 2018
Culinary Medicine at Spectrum Health
Leanne Mauriello, PhD, Director, Behavioral Science & Lifestyle Management, Spectrum Health, and Tim Harlan, MD, Associate Dean for Clinical Services at Tulane University School of Medicine. Spectrum Health partnered with Tulane University’s Health Meets Food to teach culinary medicine to medical residents, clinicians, and patients. Dr. Harlan discusses the Health Meets Food curriculum and approach and how culinary medicine programs have been implemented in 50 healthcare organizations across the country. And Dr. Mauriello shares how Spectrum Health is positioning culinary medicine as a pillar of their evolving lifestyle medicine program to drive positive clinical results. Learn how culinary medicine can engage, educate, and positively impact healthcare professionals and patients while sparking positive organizational changes and expectations around health and wellness.
Kamal Jethwani, MD, MPH
Senior Director, Partners Connected Health Innovation
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
As the Senior Director of Connected Health Innovation (CHI), Kamal Jethwani leads a multidisciplinary team in creating and validating innovative, technology-enabled solutions to re-imagine the healthcare experience. His team is engaged in needs assessments across the system, product development and evaluations, and rigorous research to prove the value and outcomes of using connected health solutions. Their innovations are routinely scaled and made part of the usual care provided to Partners’ patients. Kamal is also actively engaged in working with industry partners to scale innovations outside of Partners through strategic partnerships and licensing opportunities.
Kamal focuses on enabling better care delivery by improving patient engagement, patient-provider communication, and patient satisfaction with care using technology-enabled solutions. His work so far has shown that programs that are personalized to each patient’s unique psychology and needs forge higher engagement, and in turn, better outcomes. Kamal continues to develop analytic and programmatic modalities to improve the personalization of connected health. He has worked extensively with sensor technology, wearables, and mobile as well as social media to deliver care to patients. The ability to personalize care and understand behavioral motivations that dictate health choices remains central to all his work at Partners CHI.
The Scottsdale Institute convened eight information technology executives in Chicago for the 2018 SI CIO Summit on June 6-7, 2018. Leaders ... Read More
Leanne Mauriello, PhD
Director, Behavioral Science & Lifestyle Management at Spectrum Health
Leanne is a health psychologist and behavioral scientist with expertise in patient engagement, health behavior change, and lifestyle management. Leanne has led the development, testing, and implementation of health behavior change programs for varied populations and settings, including digital health modalities. Her work has resulted in several peer-reviewed funded grants and publications. She is an expert on utilizing the stages of change and behavior change theory to engage patients in sustained behavior modifications. Currently, Leanne leads program development for lifestyle management, digital health engagement, and culinary medicine for Spectrum Health.
Ms. Gosnell is a Population Health Project Manager for Triad HealthCare Network (“THN”) of the Cone Health System. Her responsibilities include assisting with the development,
implementation, and operation of programs designed to promote population health for THN, an Accountable Care Organization (“ACO”) in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina.
She is currently responsible for a Home-Based Palliative Initiative, a Virtual Behavioral
Health initiative, and several initiatives to support patient engagement and health behavior
Previously, Ms. Gosnell has spent several years in public health and health education developing policy and built environment changes. Additionally Ms. Gosnell also served several years as a Program Manager for one of the Community Care of North Carolina networks. She was responsible for continued development and embedment of the model of Medicaid medical home in a four county region, while managing a model of care for uninsured in a 7 county region in Western North Carolina.
Education, Awards and Professional Affiliations
Ms. Gosnell holds a Master of Healthcare Administration degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Promotion from Appalachian State University.
Ms. Gosnell was a poster presenter at the 37th Annual Congress of the National Association of Orthopedic Nurse on a pre-joint surgery patient education project.