Lorrie Warner

Lorrie Warner

Managing Director, Co-Head Health Care Advisory Practice for Citigroup

Ms. Warner is a health care professional with over 35 years of broad based experience in strategy and finance. Starting her career in direct patient care as a licensed physical therapist and progressing into management roles, Lorrie worked in community hospital, academic medical center, specialty children’s, governmental hospitals, vertically integrated managed care and homecare settings. For the past 20 years on Wall Street in investment banking, she has worked exclusively with the executive leadership and Boards of leading not-for-profit health care companies throughout the United States spanning health insurance and provider businesses as they consider strategic alternatives and major capital decisions.  She has negotiated acquisitions and divestitures of health care companies and advised on the structure of affiliations, mergers, and joint operating agreements with transaction values of over $150 billion.  She has also raised capital for health care companies totaling over $100 billion; specializing in the development and structuring of health care system financing to facilitate overall system strategy.  Selected clients include some of the largest integrated not for profit health care organizations and managed care companies.

Lorrie is frequently a featured speaker on strategic healthcare trends at national forums and at board retreats on topics including “Transformation in an Era of Reform”,  “Growth and Capital Strategies for Health Systems”, “Valuation Trends”, “Consumer Driven Health Care”, “Bankruptcy and Distressed Workouts” and “Strategic Landscape of Managed Care”.

Lorrie also held numerous positions in clinical care,  management and finance and worked  in settings ranging from academic medical centers (NYU Medical Center in NY) to community hospitals (Sutter Health) and managed care (Harvard Pilgrim Health Plan, Boston).

 

Posted April 2018
      Subra Sripada

      Subra Sripada

      Subra Sripada is executive vice president, chief transformation officer and chief information officer at Beaumont Health, Michigan’s largest health care system, based on inpatient admissions and net patient revenue.

      Sripada came to Beaumont Health from Beaumont Health System, where he served as executive vice president, chief administrative officer and chief information officer. He joined Beaumont in 2008 as associate chief information officer, later advancing to vice president and chief information officer and then senior vice president and chief information officer.

      Prior to joining Beaumont Health System, Sripada served in a leadership role at PricewaterhouseCoopers, a global management consulting firm, where he consulted on health information technology and business strategy in the U.S. and internationally. He has also held leadership positions at CapGemini Ernst & Young, Ernst & Young and Henry Ford Health System.

      Sripada is a member of the College of Health Information Management Executives. He currently serves on the Governor’s Cyber Security Council, the State CIO Cabinet, and GE’s Analytics Advisory Board. He was named a “Hospital and Health System CIO to Know” by Becker’s Hospital Review in 2017.

       

      Posted April 2018
          James Skogsbergh

          James Skogsbergh

          Jim Skogsbergh is president and chief executive officer of Advocate Health Care, the largest health care system in Illinois and one of the largest in the Midwest. Affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the United Church of Christ, Advocate is recognized as one of the nation’s Top 5 large health systems based on quality by Truven Health Analytics.

          With 35,000 associates, including nearly 10,000 nurses, and 6,300 affiliated physicians, Advocate has more than 250 sites of care including 12 hospitals and the state’s largest integrated children’s network. Additionally, Advocate includes Illinois’ largest employed medical group, one of the state’s largest home health companies and the nation’s largest ACO with more than 609,000 covered lives.

          Jim is the former National Chairman and member of the American Hospital Association Board of Trustees and Executive Committee; he has also served as chair of the AHA’s Coalition to Protect America’s Health Care and of the AHA Section for Health Care Systems Governing Council, in addition to his membership on the AHA’s SmartMarket board and Regional Policy Board 5.

          Jim is a member of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s World Business Chicago Board of Directors and is a past chair of Chicago United. He is chair of the American Cancer Society’s CEOs Against Cancer, as well as a member of the World Presidents Organization. He is a fellow with the American College of Health Care Executives, past chair of the Illinois Hospital Association’s Board of Trustees and past Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council board member. Skogsbergh is the recipient of B’nai B’rith’s 2013 National Healthcare Award

          Before joining Advocate as chief operating officer in January 2001, Jim served as executive vice president of the Iowa Health System in Des Moines, as well as the president and chief executive officer of Iowa Methodist, Iowa Lutheran and Blank Children’s hospitals. He began his more than 30 years of health care experience in 1982 as an administrative resident with Memorial Health System, South Bend, Indiana.

          He earned his Master of Arts degree in health administration from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State University in Ames.

           

          Posted April 2018
              Jennifer Singer, MD

              Jennifer Singer, MD

              Physician Informaticist, Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Urology, Peter Starrett Chair in Medical Education, UCLA Department of Urology

              Jennifer Singer, MD, specializes in Pediatric Urology. She received her medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. She completed her residency in Urology at UCLA and then completed fellowships in Urology-Renal Transplantation at UCLA and Pediatric Urology from Baylor University.

              A board-certified urologist, Dr. Singer is a clinical professor of urology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, where she serves as Director of Education in the Department of Urology. She has also served as a Physician Informaticist in Medical Informatics for UCLA’s Information Services and Solutions since 2011.

               

              Jennifer Singer, MD

              Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Urology

              Peter Starrett Chair in Medical Education

              UCLA Department of Urology

              Physician Informaticist | ISS | CareConnect

              310-206-7502 (office)

               

              Posted April 2018
                  Rich Roth

                  Rich Roth

                  Chief Strategic Innovation Officer, CommonSpirit Health

                  Mr. Roth leads CommonSpirit Health’s innovation efforts, which seek to create and test novel services, programs, partnerships, and/or technologies – from within and outside of healthcarethat challenge the status quo and have the potential to reduce the cost of care, improve quality, and/or increase access to services.

                  Working in concert with CommonSpirit Health employees and physicians, Mr. Roth works to anticipate emerging trends and technologies with the goal of incubating, studying, and scaling efforts to improve care.

                  Mr. Roth holds a Masters degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelors degree in Public Health from West Chester University.

                  Mr. Roth regularly advises venture capital organizations and co-manages CommonSpirit Health’s Strategic Investment Fund.

                  In 2020, Mr. Roth was named one of the 25 Most Innovative Individuals in the health industry by Modern Healthcare.

                  Bio updated July 2021
                      Ellen Pollack, RN-BC, MSN

                      Ellen Pollack, RN-BC, MSN

                      Ellen has worked at UCLA Health for over 20 years and developed the Nursing Informatics program over 18 years ago. She has significant experience implementing and optimizing clinical systems. Ellen served as the Deployment Director for UCLA’s EHR program, which was implemented in March of 2013. Her current areas of responsibility include Nursing Informatics, Informatics Training, mobile application development, and the EHR help desk. She is also responsible for the clinical optimization program and our patient engagement initiatives.

                      Ellen is the chair of UCLA’s Patient Focused Technology Council which helps to ensure we get patient input into our technology initiatives. Ellen currently serves as the President of the Southern California chapter of the American Nursing Informatics Association.

                       

                      Posted April 2018
                          Rick Peters, MD

                          Rick Peters, MD

                          Rick Peters, MD is the Technology Innovation Lead and Assistant Professor of Population Health at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas, Austin. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the San Diego Museum of Man, and is on the U.S. Board of Directors for the international maternal/child health and developmental economics NGO, SurfAid.

                          Dr. Peters came to Dell Medical School from high technology entrepreneurial world of Silicon Valley. His clinical practice was as an Emergency Physician with Southern California Kaiser-Permanente and he lectures in evidence-based medicine at the University of California San Diego, Skaggs School of Pharmacy. He was founder and President/CEO of Oceania, one of the first enterprise electronic health records (EHR), acquired by Cerner; founder and President/CEO of iTrust, one of the first Internet n-tier EHRs, acquired by GE Healthcare, where he spent two years as General Manager, Clinical Technology for GE Healthcare; founder and President of ScratchTrack, a digital rights management (DRM) company funded by Verisign; founder and President/CEO of PTRx, a data-driven pharmacy benefit management (PBM) company, acquired by SXC; and served on the Board of Directors for Medical Present Value, a leading health care revenue cycle management company, acquired by Experion.

                          Dr. Peters received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University, his M.D. from the University of California San Diego, was a Cinematography Fellow at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles and has an MFA in Creative Writing from New York University. His research interests are in pulmonary physiology, having been a member of the American Medical Research Expedition to Everest, evidence-based and value-based care, therapeutic drug effectiveness, physician decision-support, population health, health care informatics, data modeling, UI/UX, analytics and developmental economics. He lectures in Literature & Film in the Humanities program at Dell Medical School.

                           

                          Posted April 2018
                              Robert Murphy, MD

                              Robert Murphy, MD

                              Robert Murphy, MD, joined the full-time faculty of the School of Biomedical Informatics in 2015 after serving as adjunct faculty since 2005 when he was named Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System in Houston.

                              At Memorial Hermann, Dr. Murphy provided system-wide leadership on clinical information system projects, including computerized physician order entry, clinical decision support, and quality informatics. He has published and lectured widely on physician adoption and change management, development of evidence-based content for electronic health records and using information technology to improve patient safety and quality. Dr. Murphy was named by Modern Healthcare magazine in 2010, 2011 and 2012 as one of the nation’s Top 25 Clinical Informaticists.
                              In his role as Associated Dean for Applied Informatics in the School of Biomedical Informatics, he works with physicians in the UTHealth McGovern Medical School in developing clinical decision support applications that run in cloud-based environments for the interoperable sharing of healthcare data between physician offices and hospitals.

                              Dr. Murphy was board certified in Emergency Medicine through 2013, and completed his residency in emergency medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. He graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine after finishing his undergraduate work with a B.A. in History at Rice University in Houston.

                               

                              Posted April 2018
                                  Mark Laney, MD

                                  Mark Laney, MD

                                  Mark Laney, MD, CEO, joined Mosaic Life Care in 2009. Prior to this, he served for 20 years at Cook Children’s Health Care System, eight of those years as president of the Cook Children’s Physician Network. Dr. Laney earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, received a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and completed a Pediatric Neurology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. In 2000, he received a Master of Science in medical management at the University of Texas at Dallas and the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. Dr. Laney is the former president of the Mayo Clinic Alumni Association and one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s 30 Best Physician Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems.

                                   

                                  Posted April 2018
                                      Tommy Inzina, CPA, MBA, FHFMA

                                      Tommy Inzina, CPA, MBA, FHFMA

                                      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