3rd Annual HLNY Mini-Congress

  • September 25, 2018
  • 8:00am-4:15pm
  • New York Academy of Medicine- 1216 5th Ave New York, NY 10029

Join HLNY for our 3rd annual Mini-Congress as we focus this year on keeping you connected and offering three exciting panel discussions in one-day:

  • Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare Delivery
  • Technology Changing the Face of Healthcare Delivery
  • Value in Innovative Connections to Diverse Patient Populations

This event enlists esteemed panelists to drive innovative conversations around industry trends and beyond, as well as offer you the opportunity to network with those and others making it happen. We are excited to offer a full-day learning and networking opportunity to our membership and guests closer to home. There will be 4.5 hours of ACHE face-to-face credit awarded. In addition, HLNY will be announcing our second annual diversity award winner.

NoteIn order to attain the full 4.5 Face-to-Face credits, you must be in attendance for the full day of events. Attendance will be taken before and after each panel discussion. 

This event is generously sponsored by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Complimentary registration is available to employees of our Platinum Sponsors and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Contact us for registration details.



8:00 AM – Registration and Breakfast

8:55 AM – Opening Remarks

9:00 AM – Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare Delivery

10:30 AM – Break/Networking

11:00 AM – Technology Changing the Face of Healthcare Delivery

12:30 PM – Lunch

1:15 PM – ACHE Update by Michael Fosina, ACHE Governor

1:45 PM – Break/Networking

2:15 PM – Diversity Award Presentation

2:30 PM – Value in Innovative Connections to Diverse Patient Populations

4:00 PM – Closing remarks and wrap up

Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare Delivery – Join us as we focus on how new markets, products or value networks are disrupting an existing market and value network, displacing established market-leading firms, products, and alliances and changing the way we think about them.


Howard Gold
Executive Vice President & Chief Managed Care Business Officer, Northwell


Chet Robson DO, MHCDS, FAAFP
Medical Director, Clinical Programs & Quality, Walgreens


Lee Erickson, MD
Deputy Physician-in-Chief for Clinical Operations, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center


Technology Innovation Changing the Face of Healthcare Delivery – Join us we discuss how health systems are using innovation in technology to improve the value of the healthcare they deliver. Examples may include using technology such as predictive analytics, AI, Machine Learning, and centralized Command Centers to improve connectivity, patient flow, provider efficiency, and/or quality measurement.


Jeff Terry, MBA, FACHE

Jeff Terry, MBA, FACHE
CEO, Healthcare Command Centers, GE Healthcare


Leo Bodden, MBA, CCIE
Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, New York-Presbyterian


Dr. Purna Prasad, Ph.D.
VP & Chief Technology Officer, Northwell Health


Lucy Xenophon, MD, MPH, CMQ
Chief Transformation Officer, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s

Value in Innovative Connections to Diverse Patient Populations – Join us as we focus on discussing the importance and impact of providing innovative cultural competency programs while we dive into the value of CLAS standards and the business case for Equity of Care.


C. Godfrey Jacobs
Senior Program Manager, Health Determinants & Disparities Practice, CSRA Inc.


Erica Rubinstein, LCSW, CPXP
Vice President, Patient Experience, Mount Sinai Health System


Jennifer H. Mieres, FACC, FAHA, MASNC
SVP, Office of Community and Public Health, Wellness, Women’s Health and Diversity & Inclusion


Mauvareen Beverley, MD
Former Assistant Vice President, Physician Advisor Corporate Finance, NYC Health and Hospitals



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