Mike Malewicz System VP, Treasury and Chief Investment Officer SSM Health
As System Vice President – Treasury and Chief Investment Officer at SSM Health, Mike has responsibility for system-wide Treasury functions, including leading the SSM Health Portfolio Management Company. Mike’s other responsibilities include developing capital strategies, leading the issuance of debt, maintaining rating agency relationships, continuously enhancing the investor relations program, financial modeling and Mergers & Acquisitions. In 2014 SSM won the Bondbuyer’s (http://www.bondbuyer.com/) National Healthcare deal of the year award for their $1.1 billion bond financing. In 2015 & 2016 Malewicz was named one of the top 30 hospital Chief Investment Officers by TrustedInsight™.
Prior to joining SSM Health Care in 2013, Malewicz built the Treasury departments at City of Hope in Southern California, Washington Hospital HealthCare System, Quiksilver Inc and Swedish Health Services. Prior to his healthcare career, Mike worked in Corporate Finance at Qualcomm Inc. and as an investment banker for the Industrial Bank of Japan.
Mike has an undergraduate degree from San Diego State University, and an MBA from University of San Francisco. While completing his MBA, Mike was an analyst for a top-performing micro-cap technology long short hedge fund in San Francisco. Over his career, Mike has completed over $12 billion of debt and equity financings, including IPOs and numerous bond financings. Mike serves on the Board of Directors for the Family Caregiver Alliance and is a member of the Treasurers’ Roundtable. He has spoken as a panelist at various investment and Corporate Finance conferences.
Timothy Lantz SVP & General Manager Sentry Data Systems
Tim Lantz is an experienced executive with a background in both finance and operations. He possesses almost 20 years of leadership and consulting experience across multiple industries, and currently serves as Senior Vice President at Sentry Data Systems, overseeing the company’s analytics division—consisting of the DataNext and Agilum software applications, Senturion Analytics consulting practice, and Sentry’s analytics innovations program.
Prior to joining Sentry in 2014, Mr. Lantz designed and implemented financial and operations solutions for large hospitals and healthcare systems and led major research and performance improvement projects focused on supplier diversity, margin performance and contracting. Tim currently serves on the IPMI Healthcare Finance Institute Advisory Committee, presents nationally on a variety of data analytics topics, and is a published contributor and speaker for organizations like HFMA, HIMSS, Becker’s Hospital Review, and AHIMA. A National Merit Scholar, Tim holds a degree in finance and real estate from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Joseph J. Wisnoski CFO & VP, Finance John T. Mather Memorial Hospital (NY)
Mr. Joseph J. Wisnoski serves as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance at John T. Mather Memorial Hospital, where he has worked for the last 9 years. Prior to John T. Mather Memorial Hospital, Mr. Wisnoski served as Vice President of Finance at South Nassau Communities Hospital and as Director of managed care and planning at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital.
Eric Price is the interim chief financial officer of Oregon State Hospital. Through his role, he is responsible for managing the revenue cycle, overseeing the business operations unit, and preparing the biennial budget.
Eric has worked in accounting for more than 14 years, with the past six years in the healthcare financial industry. During his career, he has helped improve the quality of revenue cycle operations in psychiatric hospitals in both Idaho and Oregon. In Idaho, he helped increase revenues by 334 percent – from $2.3 million to more than $10 million annually – during a four-year period. And in Oregon, he helped increase revenues by 423 percent – from $864K to $4.5M quarterly – during a two-year period.
Eric has a Master’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s degree in accounting. In his free time, he enjoys exploring Oregon and spending time with his English bulldog, Gunny.
- Worked in the accounting industry for over 14 years.
- Prior to that, spent 10 years in the Marine Corps.
- Has an MBA and an undergrad degree in Accounting.
- Has spent over six years in the Healthcare Financial industry, as a CFO.
- Accomplishments include increasing efficiency and revenues in hospitals with underperforming revenue cycles, in the government sector of health care.
- In Idaho, over a four year period, increased revenues by 334%, from ~$2.3M annually to over $10M annually.
- In Oregon, over a two year period, increased revenues by 423%, from ~$864K quarterly to $4.5M quarterly.
- Enjoys spending time with his English bulldog and exploring all that Oregon has to offer.