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Join HLNY for our 5th annual Mini-Congress as we focus this year on keeping you connected and offering three exciting panel discussions and a keynote address in a one-day.
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. Note: In order to attain the full 4.5 Face-to-Face credits, you must attend in-person for the full day of events. Attendance will be taken before and after each panel discussion.
HLNY is excited to share our Keynote speaker this year: Ezekiel Emanuel, MD
Ezekiel J. Emanuel is the Vice Provost for Global Initiatives, the Diane v.S. Levy and Robert M. Levy University Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Special Advisor to the Director General of the WHO.
He is one of the leading practitioners shaping the future of healthcare, with a long record of experience at the top levels of policy. He is an engaging, incisive, forthright, and witty speaker on healthcare reform and the transformation of American medicine. Trained both as an oncologist (MD, Harvard Medical School) and a political scientist, Zeke offers a uniquely thoughtful perspective on the most difficult issues in medicine today.
From January 2009 to January 2011, Zeke was a special advisor for health policy to the White House Office of Management and Budget. As one of the most prominent voices advising the White House about healthcare, he had a significant impact on federal healthcare budgets and the Affordable Care Act.
Dr. Emanuel is a founding chair at the Clinical Center of the National Institutes of Health. He currently serves as Chair of the meta-council on The Future of Health Committee for the World Economic Forum. Until 1997, he was an associate professor at the Harvard Medical School.
He has also authored or edited 15 books including two new books recently published in 2020. Dr. Emanuel (with Abbe Gluck) co-authored a new book titled The Trillion Dollar Experiment (March 2020). Zeke’s Which Country Has the Best Health Care in the World? (June 2020), is an examination of ten health care systems across the globe, in search of the best. His most recent book, Prescription for the Future, identifies standout medical organizations that have achieved higher-quality, more patient focused, and lower-cost care, and from their examples distills twelve transformational practices that could transform the entire healthcare sector.
Dr. Emanuel served on President Clinton’s Health Care Task Force, the National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC), and the bioethics panel of the Pan-American Healthcare Organization. He developed The Medical Directive, a comprehensive living will that has been endorsed by Consumer Reports on Health, Harvard Health Letter, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and many other publications. He has published over 300 peer reviewed articles on the ethics of clinical research, health care reform, international research ethics, end of life care issues, euthanasia, the ethics of managed care, and the physician patient relationship. He is also a contributor to Fox News offering healthcare and policy analysis.
Dr. Emanuel also serves as a Venture Partner at Oak HC/FT in addition to serving as contributor for the New York Times and CNN. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine, Association of American Physicians, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Royal College of Medicine. He is a 2018 recipient of the Dan David Prize in the category of Bioethics, an honor recognizing innovative and interdisciplinary research that cuts across traditional boundaries and paradigms.
8:00 AM – Registration and Breakfast
8:45 AM – Opening Remarks
9:00 AM – Panel Discussion: Technology Innovation Changing the Face of Care Delivery
10:30 AM – Break/Networking
10:45 AM – Panel Discussion: Preparing for the Unknown – Ensuring Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness
12:15 PM – Lunch
1:30 PM – KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Ezekiel Emanuel, MD
2:30 PM – Panel Discussion: The Biden Administration’s Impact on Healthcare Delivery
4:00 PM – Closing remarks and wrap up
Technology Innovation Changing the Face of Care Delivery
With the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, there is a necessity to take stock of where the medical community stands on change and innovation, specifically regarding the use of technology. The demand for higher quality healthcare at a lower cost creates an imminent need for change and innovation in healthcare delivery. Healthcare has already seen innovations in the tools used to deliver care, including pharmacy products, medical devices, information technology, and biotechnology products. This innovation has changed and continues to change the way healthcare is delivered. This panel will discuss how health systems are using innovation in technology to improve the value of the healthcare they deliver. Examples may include using technology to improve connectivity, patient flow, provider efficiency, and/or quality measurement.
Leonard Achan RN, MA, ANP
Innovation Institute at Hospital for Special Surgery
Leonard Achan is an healthcare executive, entrepreneur, investor and contemporary artist. In his professional life, he has most recently been appointed President of the Innovation Institute at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in NYC, where he served in a prior role as Chief Innovation Officer since 2016.
Mr. Achan has over 20 years of executive and academic healthcare leadership experience in a variety of leadership roles spanning clinical, operational, digital, international business, strategy, marketing and communications, branding, venture investing, commercialization and innovation and business development. Prior to joining HSS, he served in several executive c-suite roles including Chief Communications Officer and Chief of Access Services of the Mount Sinai Health System while concurrently serving as the Senior Associate Dean for Global Communications, Branding and Reputation at the Icahn School of Medicine.
Mr. Achan is also co-founder and Chairman of Quality Reviews, Inc. http://q-reviews.com/ and serves on boards of private and nonprofit organizations, including appointments to the Board of Trustees of Adelphi University, Federation of Organizations, The Hagedorn Little Village School and is Chairman of InalienableRights.org
Leonard Achan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Adelphi University, received his Master’s Degree and his Nurse Practitioner from New York University, Post Master’s in Administration from Villanova University, and he is also an alumni and Fellow of The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Achan shares his wealth of knowledge locally and abroad as a lecturer and has taught at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, Adelphi University School of Business, Columbia Business School as well as internationally as adjunct faculty at the City University of Hong Kong, the University of Macau, University of San Carlos and is an Honorary Senior Naval Professor in the Philippines.
He has won awards for clinical excellence and leadership as well as Civil Service including the William Barfoot Award, the Highest Honor given by the NY State troopers and has just been awarded the 2020 Award of Distinction, the Highest Honor awarded by the Healthcare Leaders of NY of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
In his private life, he is a contemporary and street artist, is married with two children and now resides in Nassau County, NY.
Graham Gardner, MD, MBA is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kyruus, a leader in patient access and care navigation technology that helps more than 70 health systems and 100 health plan brands connect consumers with the right care. Prior to Kyruus, Graham was a Venture Executive at Highland Capital Partners where he co-founded Generation Health and served as its Chief Medical Officer through its acquisition by CVS Caremark. Graham completed his clinical training in internal medicine and cardiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, where he also served as Chief Medical Resident.
Jean–Luc (“JL”) Neptune, MD MBA
CEO and Co-Founder
Suntra Modern Recovery
Jean–Luc (“JL”) Neptune, MD MBA is the CEO and co-founder of Suntra Modern Recovery (www.hellosuntra.com), an addiction recovery management service that helps families and individuals achieve long-term recovery from substance use disorders. Prior to founding Suntra, Dr. Neptune was General Manager at Blueprint Health where he continues as a partner in the Blueprint investment funds. Prior to Blueprint Health, Dr. Neptune was Senior Vice President at Health 2.0 and Director of the Health 2.0 Catalyst program. Dr. Neptune also served as Entrepreneur-In-Residence at the Hospital For Special Surgery (“HSS”), the #1 rated orthopedic hospital in the United States. Dr. Neptune earned a BA from Columbia College at Columbia University, an MD from the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, and an MBA at the Wharton School. Dr. Neptune completed a residency in internal medicine at New York Presbyterian Hospital and is licensed to practice medicine in the state of New York.
President, Quartet health
Neel Shah, MD, MPP, FACOG
CMO, Maven Clinic
Dr. Neel Shah, MD, MPP, FACOG, is Chief Medical Officer of Maven Clinic, the largest virtual clinic for women’s and family health, and Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School. He is a globally recognized expert in designing solutions that improve health care, and is listed among the “40 smartest people in health care” by the Becker’s Hospital Review. His work to build equitable, trustworthy systems of care has been profiled by the New York Times, Good Morning America, and other outlets, and is featured in a forthcoming documentary produced by Oprah Winfrey and Yance Ford.
Dr. Shah has written more than 50 peer-reviewed academic papers and contributed to four books, including as senior author of Understanding Value-Based Healthcare (McGraw-Hill), which Don Berwick has called “an instant classic” and Atul Gawande called “a masterful primer for all clinicians.”Prior to joining the Harvard faculty, Dr. Shah founded Costs of Care, a nonprofit that curates insights from clinicians and patients to help delivery systems provide better care. In 2017, he co-founded the March for Moms Association, a coalition of more than 20 leading organizations, to increase public and private investment in the wellbeing of mothers. Dr. Shah serves on the advisory board of the National Institutes of Health, Office of Women’s Health Research.
VP and GM, Connected Health Group at Zimmer Biomet
Rob is the Vice President/General Manager of the Connected Health Group for Zimmer Biomet and resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Connected Health team is focused on using digital health technology and services to help improve the patient experience and outcomes in musculoskeletal health, while making care delivery more efficient and convenient for clinicians. Rob believes that the data collected from these tools will unlock insights not previously seen before and improve the quality of care for patients around the world. Rob has spent his entire career in healthcare. He spent the first 10 years as a clinician, running pediatric critical care units, and the last 20 years in various leadership roles in medical technology.
Preparing for the Unknown – Ensuring Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness
Healthcare organizations operate in a complex environment. This can be exacerbated when a community faces a local or national emergency, either natural, human-caused, or technological, that thrusts the healthcare system to the forefront of response and makes it the focus of recovery efforts. It is critical that the local healthcare community be actively engaged in the development of comprehensive emergency preparedness plans, training, and exercises to ensure that local organizations communicate and coordinate their mutual support in service to the community.
Dr. Marshall is a physician-attorney and currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer at NYC H&H/Lincoln. Dr. Marshall has worked in emergency medicine for over 30 years. Dr. Marshall is Clinical Assistant Professor at the NYU School of Medicine. He lectures locally and nationally on issues of patient safety, pre-hospital care and public policy.
Dr. Marshall has worked in emergency medicine and the EMS system at the local, state and national levels. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the NYC Emergency Medical Services Council. He serves on the NY State Emergency Medical Advisory Committee and is the Chairman of the Medical Standards Subcommittee. The Medical Standards Committee is responsible for evaluation and development of statewide standards, and review and approval of regional protocols. He serves on the NYCDOHMH Physician Advisory Committee for the Primary Care Information Project.
Greg Ciottone, MD, FACEP, FFSEM
World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine (WADEM)
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Dr. Ciottone is an emergency physician and the President of the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine. He is the Founding Director of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Fellowship in Disaster Medicine, as well as an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and an Instructor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH). Dr. Ciottone is also the Director of Medical Preparedness for the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative, a joint program of the HSPH and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and has been serving as a consultant to the White House Medical Unit for over 10 years.
Dr. Ciottone’s clinical and field experience includes 25 years as a practicing emergency physician and over 500 missions as a flight physician on an aeromedical helicopter service. He has conducted educational programs in more than 30 countries around the world and has served as a disaster response fellowship director for the International Atomic Energy Agency. Dr. Ciottone has written over 150 scholarly works, including the first and second editions of his textbook Ciottone’s Disaster Medicine, and is the 2018 recipient of the American College of Emergency Physicians Disaster Medical Services Award, and the 2020 recipient of the American Academy of Disaster Medicine Distinguished Service Award.
Lorraine Giordano, MD
American Academy of Disaster Medicine
Former Medical Director
Dr. Lorraine Maria Giordano is a Board Certified Emergency Physician, Fellow of ACEP, FAADM and the NY Academy of Medicine. She has 50 years of experience in EM, having practiced clinically in urban, suburban, rural and military environments.
Dr. Giordano has lectured throughout the US, the Caribbean and Europe, and is the author of multiple articles related to EM and DM. She is a past President of the Queens County Medical Society, the first woman Chair of the Board of Trustees, and longtime Delegate to the MSSNY. ACEP designated Dr. Giordano a Hero of Emergency Medicine, a peer recognition Award; and the AMA awarded her their prestigious Medal of Valor for Meritorious Service Achievements.
Now semi-retired, Dr. Giordano is employed as an On Line Medical Control Physician for FDNY EMS providing continuing Patient Care modalities to EMTs and Paramedics in the field. She also serves as the Medical Director of the LaGuardia College of the CUNY Pre Hospital Program, actively involved in the training of future allied health professionals.
Laura Iavicoli, MD, FACEP
Senior Assistant Vice President of Emergency Management
Laura Iavicoli, MD, FACEP is the Senior Assistant Vice President for Emergency Management for New York City Health and Hospital System and previously the Emergency Department Associate Director, Emergency Management Director, Quality Director, Sexual Assault Response Team Medical Director at NYCHH/ Elmhurst. She is a Board Certified Emergency Medicine physician, Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians with special expertise in Emergency Management. She is Associate Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She works clinically at Elmhurst Hospital, a teaching affiliate of Mount Sinai Medical center for 20 years, and trains and teaches Emergency Medicine Residents, Internal Medicine Residents, and Medical Students in Emergency Medicine. She serves on numerous hospital, local, and national committees devoted to emergency management issues; attended> 100 specialty seminars and training sessions in emergency preparedness over a 20-year period. She has given countless presentations and trainings to topics pertaining to disaster preparedness, including terrorism, mass casualties, blast injuries, psychiatric effects, decon, protective equipment, et al. She served as a Disaster relief team member for >10 years for NYC and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and is well published in the field. Dr. Iavicoli is also a Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee board member.
Lawrence M. Zacarese, JD, MPA, CHSP, CHCM, EMT-P
Vice President for Enterprise Risk Management and Chief Security Officer (CSO)
Stony Brook University
Lawrence M. Zacarese is the Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management and Chief Security Officer (CSO) at Stony Brook University. Larry has nearly 30 years of experience in the public and private sector overseeing and managing multiple law enforcement, emergency management, emergency medical services, and public safety organizations. In his role, Larry provides leadership, expertise, and strategic guidance to the Stony Brook community on emergency management and business continuity,
environmental health and safety, risk management, and public safety.
Larry is a licensed Attorney and holds a Juris Doctorate from Touro College Law Center, as well as a Master of Public Administration (Inspector General) and a Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Psychology from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In addition, he holds a post-graduate certificate in Global Security and Terrorism Studies from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a post-graduate certificate in Criminal Justice Education from the University of Virginia, and a New York State Paramedic certificate from Stony Brook University.
Larry is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School Senior Executives in National and International Security program, the 246th session of the FBI National Academy and the FBI Mid-Atlantic Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar at Princeton University. He is a nationally recognized speaker, contributing columnist, and law enforcement subject matter expert and maintains an adjunct faculty position in the Graduate School of Professional Development at Stony Brook where he teaches Crisis Management and Legal Issues in Higher Education.
The Biden Administration’s Impact on Healthcare Delivery
Healthcare leaders must be knowledgeable about federal healthcare policy and legislation issues. Strategic imperatives in how care is delivered and financed are impacted by policy and regulation. In this panel you will hear the perspective from esteemed healthcare leaders in keeping abreast on various public policy issues to prepare and shape their organization for being poised to provide care that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, equitable and patient-centered to their communities.
Michael J. Dowling
President and CEO
Michael Dowling is one of health care’s most influential voices, taking a stand on societal issues such as gun violence and immigration that many health system CEOs shy away from. As president and CEO of Northwell Health, he leads a clinical, academic and research enterprise with a workforce of more than 75,000 and annual revenue of $14 billion. Northwell is the largest health care provider and private employer in New York State, caring for more than two million people annually through a vast network of more than 830 outpatient facilities, including 220 primary care practices, 52 urgent care centers, home care, rehabilitation and end-of-life programs, and 23 hospitals.
Northwell also pursues pioneering research at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research and a visionary approach to medical education highlighted by the Zucker School of Medicine, the Hofstra Northwell School of Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies, and one of the nation’s largest medical residency and fellowship programs.
Mr. Dowling’s leadership has been invaluable to Northwell’s consistent expansion and prominence. In 2020, he successfully navigated the health system through the first COVID-19 epicenter in the US, detailing his experiences in Leading Through a Pandemic: The Inside Story of Humanity, Innovation, and Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Crisis. Overall, Northwell has treated more than 150,000 COVID patients, and the health system utilized a strong innovative culture to expand hospital bed capacity (adding 2,000 beds in two weeks), 3D-print nasal swabs for COVID testing, convert bi-level positive airway pressure (BiPAP) machines into mechanical ventilators and take advantage of its large, integrated health system to “load balance” and transport 810 patients from overrun hospitals to those that had bed capacity. Northwell also kept employees safe, investing in critical personal protective equipment to help those working the front lines, one of whom — Sandra Lindsay — was the first person in the US to receive the historic COVID vaccine in December 2020.
Prior to becoming president and CEO in 2002, Mr. Dowling was the health system’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. Before joining Northwell Health in 1995, he was a senior vice president at Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
Mr. Dowling served in New York State government for 12 years, including seven years as state director of Health, Education and Human Services and deputy secretary to the governor. He was also commissioner of the New York State Department of Social Services. Before his public service career, Mr. Dowling was a professor of social policy and assistant dean at the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Services, and director of the Fordham campus in Westchester County.
Mr. Dowling has been honored with many awards over the years, including his selection as the Grand Marshal of the 2017 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City, induction into the Irish America Hall of Fame, the 2012 B’nai B’rith National Healthcare Award, the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, the 2011 Gail L. Warden Leadership Excellence Award from the National Center for Healthcare Leadership and the 2011 CEO Information Technology Award from Modern Healthcare magazine and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. In 2020, Mr. Dowling received the Deming Cup from the Columbia School of Business and was ranked No. 2 on Modern Healthcare’s 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare, his highest ranking in 13 years appearing on the list. Additional awards include the National Human Relations Award from the American Jewish Committee, the Distinguished Public Service Award from the State University of New York’s Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, an Outstanding Public Service Award from the Mental Health Association of New York State, an Outstanding Public Service Award from the Mental Health Association of Nassau County, the Alfred E. Smith Award from the American Society for Public Administration, and the Gold Medal from the American Irish Historical Society. He was also ranked No. 44 among large company CEOs in the US and was the nation’s top-ranking health care/hospital CEO on Glassdoor’s Top CEOs in 2019 list.
Mr. Dowling is past chair of the Healthcare Institute and the current chair of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). He is a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Sciences and the North American Board of the Smurfit School of Business at University College, Dublin, Ireland. He also serves as a board member of the Long Island Association. He is past chair and a current board member of the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL), the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA), the Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS) and the League of Voluntary Hospitals of New York. Mr. Dowling was an instructor at the Center for Continuing Professional Education at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Mr. Dowling grew up in Limerick, Ireland. He earned his undergraduate degree from University College Cork (UCC), Ireland, and his master’s degree from Fordham University. He also has honorary doctorates from Queen’s University Belfast, University College Dublin, Hofstra University, Dowling College and Fordham University.
President and CEO
Karen Ignagni serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the EmblemHealth family of companies.
EmblemHealth has protected access to quality care for essential workers, small and large businesses, and Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries through its health
plans, EmblemHealth and ConnectiCare for over 80 years. It has built a network of over 40 primary and specialty physician practices through AdvantageCare Physicians and BronxDocs. EmblemHealth Health@Work plays a critical role in serving the occupational health needs of eastern New York and EmblemHealth Family Dental Practices serve New York State workers. EmblemHealth recently launched WellSpark, a national wellness company focused on bridging the gap between physical and mental wellness.
During her tenure as CEO and President, Ms. Ignagni has led an unprecedented modernization effort with a relentless focus on the customer experience. EmblemHealth’s growth and expansion of services has led to many accolades for her leadership in the health care industry, earning recognition by leading publications including the New York Times, City and State, Modern Healthcare, Crain’s, National Journal, Time Magazine, and Fortune Magazine.
In 2021, Ms. Ignagni was once again named one of City & State New York’s Labor Power 100 and City & State New York’s Health Power 100. In 2020, Ms. Ignagni was recognized for her work by several publications including, Crain’s New York Business’ Notable in Health Care leaders, City & State New York’s Health Power 100, Labor Power 100, and Women’s Power 100 and was named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s 2020 Women to Watch in Health IT. In 2019, Ms. Ignagni was named one of Crain’s New York Business’ 50 Most Powerful Women in New York and was on the list of City & State New York’s Labor Power 100, The Responsible 100, and Women Power 100. She serves on the Governor’s Council on Women and Girls, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) State Insurance Advisory Board, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) State Insurance Women Leadership Committee and also on the New York State Department of Health’s Marketplace Advisory Committee. In 2018, she was named one of Crain’s New York Business’ Notable Women in Health Care, named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s Female Health IT Leaders to Know and was on the list of City & State New York’s Women Power 100. From 2017 – 2019, Ms. Ignagni served as Chair of Columbia University’s National Board of Advisors for Health Policy and Management at the Mailman School of Public Health. From 2016 – November 2019, she served on the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs Special Medical Advisory Committee.
Prior to joining EmblemHealth in 2015, Ms. Ignagni was President and CEO of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), the insurance industry association that represents providers of health and supplemental benefits to more than 200 million Americans. Under her leadership, AHIP became the leading voice for the health plan community.
Ms. Ignagni also directed the AFL-CIO’s Department of Employee Benefits. She was a Professional Staff Member on the U.S. Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee and worked at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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