C.R. (Bob) Hudson SVP/CFO Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, CA
Bob joined the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital (HMNH) in 2001 as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Prior to HMNH, Bob held positions at KPMG, Ernst & Whinney, MedPartners, Universal Health and Charter Medical Centers. Bob has a bachelor's degree in accounting from San Diego State University in San Diego, California and is a certified public accountant (non-practicing).
Bob is married to Margo Miller and enjoys traveling and cruises. He is involved in numerous HMNH charity events including playing a major role in the annual Toyota Drive Safe Golf Classic. He regularly supports, with both his time and finances, the Holiday Home Tour, Guild Fashion Show (where he is often a featured model), the 5K Run for the Health of It and he is a named donor for HMNH’s capital campaigns. Bob serves on several local community boards and is actively involved in community events. Bob is an active member of HFMA and serves as a Trustee on the California Hospital Association (CHA) Board of Trustees.
He also serves as the HFMA (all California Chapters) representative to the California Hospital Association as a Member of the CHA Board of Directors (2015-2017 term).
Casey Williams VP, Direct Healthcare Sales RevSpring
Casey Williams, Vice President of Direct Healthcare Sales at RevSpring; Casey has twelve years of experience in developing customized patient communications and payment solutions for over 100 healthcare revenue cycle clients. RevSpring’s current dynamic patient communication process can be attributed to Casey’s understanding of client perspectives, pain points, and the overall patient experience. Casey attended Bowling Green State University with a focus in Interpersonal Communications and is a football alumnus from 1997 - 2001. He has held various leadership positions within HFMA, AAHAM and COPAM and is a current board member with the Newark Church of theNazarene and The Wyatt Adkins Heart Organization.
Doug Dewberry Director of Business Development Trubridge
Doug has over has over 28 years of experience in the healthcare field, including both consulting and provider roles. His experience includes Executive level management in various healthcare facilities. Doug is currently the Director of Business Development for TruBridge, LLC. Prior to joining TruBridge in 2013, Doug served as the CEO of a 115 bed rural hospital, CFO of a rural hospital, and also served in a consulting role for CEOs with CPSI Inc. Doug also held a nursing home administrators’ license for 20 years and managed a 103 bed facility at one of the hospitals he served. He is a current member of The National Rural Health Association and is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
David Dyke VP of Revenue Cycle Solutions Relayhealth
David Dyke serves as the Vice President of Revenue Cycle Solutions at RelayHealth, a leading provider of solutions that link all segments of the healthcare ecosystem. David has more than 16 years of experience across many areas of the healthcare revenue cycle and receivables management. He is passionate about helping healthcare organizations improve their financial performance and patient satisfaction measures. David architected and managed many of RelayHealth’s web-based revenue cycle solutions, which are used by hundreds of organizations and power billions of financial transactions each year. Prior to RelayHealth, David served in leadership roles with Per-Se and NDCHealth. He is a regular speaker at regional and national HFMA, AAHAM and NAHAM events.
José R. Sánchez President and CEO Norwegian American Hospital
José R. Sánchez, President and Chief Executive Officer of Norwegian American Hospital, is Chicago’s only Latino hospital CEO. Sánchez has a 30-plus year career as a health care executive and possesses a wealth of knowledge of the health care industry.
As President and CEO of Norwegian American Hospital, Sánchez is dedicated to enhancing the quality of services provided to more than 112,000 patients annually. Among his first priorities was to lead the management executive team to critically assess and refine the quality of all systems, structures and services that are currently in place. Sánchez is committed to pursuing collaborative and innovative solutions to combat the health care challenges of the communities the hospital serves: Humboldt Park, West Town, Wicker Park, Logan Square and Austin.
Before joining Norwegian American Hospital, Sánchez was the Senior Vice President of the Generations +/Northern Manhattan Health Network, one of the largest health care networks in the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation. During his tenure, he oversaw three acute care hospitals of which two were level one trauma centers, and 34 community-based health centers in East Harlem, Central Harlem and the South Bronx in New York City.
Sánchez has been a licensed social worker since 1979. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the City College of New York and a Master of Social Work from Adelphi University. In 2002, he was conferred an honorary doctorate degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. This honor recognized his measurable accomplishments and steadfast commitment to improving the health status of the poorest and most disadvantaged populations in New York City.
Recently José R. Sánchez has been named by Governor Pat Quinn to the State Health Improvement Plan (SHIP) Implementation Coordination Council and the Budgeting for Results Commission. Mr. Sánchez is one of 24 appointees who work collaboratively with the Governor’s Health Care Reform Implementation Council to promote state-wide improvements in public health. Mr. Sánchez also serves on the boards of the following: Illinois Hospital Association, Puerto Rican Arts Alliance and the City Club of Chicago. In addition, he is a member of the Board of Boricua College in New York. The college was designed to serve the educational needs of Puerto Ricans and other Hispanics. He also serves as Chairman of the East Harlem Business Capital Corporation Board of Directors, which provides microlending and business development services for community businesses. In October 2009, Sánchez was named among the “Most Influential Latinos” in the United States by Hispanic Business Magazine, a New York Times Co. syndicated publication.
Sánchez is the architect of the urban Health Conference, an annual national forum in existence since 2001 that brings together more than 300 health care providers to focus on the disparities in health care for minority populations and strategies to eliminate them.
John Orsini SVP and CFO Northwestern Memorial Healthcare
Mr. Orsini, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare (NMHC), has proven expertise in the strategic financial management of multi-hospital health systems and brings with him more than 25 years of health care finance experience. Previously, John was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cadence Health and upon completion of the merger, became the SVP and CFO for NMHC.
Prior to joining Cadence Health, John was the CFO of Presence Health, a 12-hospital system created by the merger of Resurrection Health Care and Provena Health. During his tenure there, John made significant contributions to the financial strength of the organization, including the detailed financial work around the merger of the two health care systems.
Prior to joining Presence Health, John held the position of Corporate Vice President, Finance, and Treasurer for Scripps Health, a four-hospital non-profit health system in San Diego. He also served in a series of financial leadership roles with Dignity Health (formerly Catholic Healthcare West), a non-profit health system consisting of 40 full-service hospitals in California, Arizona and Nevada.
John earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Arizona State University, Phoenix, and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant. He began his career in auditing for the Arizona Department of Health Services in 1985.
Timothy Lantz Senior Vice President, DataNext Sentry Data Systems
Timothy Lantz is an experienced entrepreneur and executive with a background in healthcare revenue cycle, finance, quality, throughput, operations, and supply chain. He possesses over 15 years of leadership experience across multiple industries, and recently joined Sentry Data Systems as its Senior Vice President, overseeing the company’s new DataNext division.
Prior to joining Sentry, Mr. Lantz served as Managing Director at Healthcare Business Insights (HBI), a Milwaukee-based research firm, where he launched and oversaw its Supply Chain Academy. HBI provides actionable best practice research, education, analytics, and remote project support to hospital leadership and staff at over 1,500 hospitals in all 50 states including award-winning healthcare organizations like Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, NYU Langone Medical Center, and Brigham & Women’s. Mr. Lantz led innovative research and project collaboratives on business issues such as the economic and community impact of supplier diversity, key drivers of negative margin performance in pediatric spinal fusions, the correlation between employee education and aggregate hospital spending, and the comparative economics of hospital purchasing and contracting methods. An entrepreneur at heart, Mr. Lantz founded Pantheon BC (PBC), a boutique consulting firm focused on corporate finance, operations, and mergers & acquisitions consulting. After four consecutive years of growth and profitability, the firm was successfully acquired in late 2012. A National Merit Scholar, Mr. Lantz holds a dual degree in finance and real estate from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Joseph F. Scott President and CEO Jersey City Medical Center
Joseph F. Scott is an experienced hospital executive with expertise in performance and quality management. Mr. Scott holds board certification in healthcare management as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).
Mr. Scott recently completed a successful three year term as Chairman of the Board of the Hudson County Chamber Of Commerce. As Chairman Emeritus he is working with the new leadership to foster continued growth. He is currently the Chair of Hospital Alliance of New Jersey, Inc. As an active leader in his community he has volunteered his time and taken on several leadership positions with community organizations including Big Brothers-Big Sisters, The March of Dimes, and The American Heart Association.
At the helm of Jersey City Medical Center since January of 2008, Mr. Scott has successfully concentrated his efforts to address patient safety, clinical quality, patient satisfaction, and insuring the economic health of the system. With these four pillars well underway, his leadership team has developed and implemented a long range strategic plan. On June 1st 2014, the Jersey City Medical Center merged with the not for profit Barnabas Health making Jersey City Medical Center a member of the largest health care system in New Jersey.
The mission of Jersey City Medical Center is “Enhancing Life” and these two simple words are now guiding the Medical Center to a goal being in the top 10% of all hospitals in the country. Mr. Scott has presented at national and international conferences, on hospital quality and performance.
Several areas of Jersey City Medical Center are now noted for providing “Nationally Recognized Care”. These include the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Award for Nursing Excellence certification in 2008 and reaccredited again in 2014. The Independent LeapFrog Group has awarded the Jersey City Medical Center with an “A” rating in Hospital Safety and Quality for seven consecutive times (only one of 205 hospitals nationally to achieve this rating). The Jersey City Medical Center EMS became the only triply accredited Emergency Medical Services in the United States. In 2012, US News and World Report named the Medical Center as a “Top Regional Hospital”. In 2012 Becker’s Hospital Review and Modern Healthcare Magazine named Jersey City Medical Center as one of the “Top 100 Places to Work in Healthcare in the United States”. In March of 2010 and again in 2011 and 2015, the Jersey City Medical Center was selected as the “top hospital” overall in New Jersey by the Castle Connolly Organization (with fewer than 350 beds). In 2014, the hospital received national LGBT HEI certification and the American Hospital Association presented Jersey City Medical Center with the National Diversity in Leadership Award.
As President and CEO, Mr. Scott partnered with a specialized developer, the result of which is a new five-story Medical Office Building that has been built on the campus of Jersey City Medical Center. Additionally, several new programs and services have been developed, including the Cristie Kerr Women’s Health Center, a Stroke Program, an Epilepsy Center, as well as several new medical and surgical specialties which have expanded Jersey City Medical Center’s services. Over 450 new physicians have joined the medical staff.
Joseph Scott came to Jersey City from Broward County, Fla., where he was the Chief Executive Officer of Broward General Medical Center, the largest hospital of the Broward Health hospital system, and Chris Evert Children’s Hospital in Fort Lauderdale. Joe began his career as an administrator with Broward Health in 1986. During his tenure at Broward General Medical Center, his hospital received awards from HealthGrades, which named Broward General Medical Center in the top five percent of quality clinical programs. The hospital also received the Codman Award from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations for excellence in performance measurement and improvement that positively impacts patient care and safety. While he was CEO of North Broward Medical Center, the hospital was awarded the Governor’s Sterling Award for performance improvement. Joseph Scott’s work helped Broward General Medical Center, a safety net hospital, to become the region’s quality hospital destination and the flagship of the Broward Health system.
Deborah Briggs CEO New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals
As CEO of the New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals (NJCTH), Deborah Briggs is dedicated to being a central catalyst, magnifying the distinct assets of the state’s medical education organizations and providing information, opportunities and resources that strengthen the physician workforce and create a high-functioning health care system for the residents of New Jersey.
Under her direction, NJCTH has advanced research and policy recommendations to improve New Jersey’s healthcare workforce, as well as developing the most comprehensive physician workforce data repository in the state. Numerous publications, white papers and research documents have been produced to inform the state’s leaders about the challenging issues that affect New Jersey’s physician-healthcare workforce and medical education at-large.
Deborah has re-focused the mission of NJCTH to transcend its historical advocacy role and now the organization is recognized for being a nexus and a voice for forward-thinking policies and medical education initiatives that fortify the capacity of the state’s academic medical institutions.
Prior to joining NJCTH in 2003, Deborah directed and engineered the development of Greenstone Healthcare Solutions, a care management company that designed and implemented nationwide, multi-site clinical improvement projects.
Ruth Lee CFO Thomas E. Creek, VA Medical Center
Ms. Lee, Chief Financial Officer of Thomas E. Creek, VA Medical Center in Amarillo Texas, has been with the Amarillo VA since 2012. Prior to Amarillo, she had worked at the Spokane VA Medical Center in Spokane, WA. She started with the VA in 2010.
Prior to joining the VA, Ruth was a Financial Resources Officer and Accounting Officer for the Marine Corps. She retired from the Marine Corps with 20+ years of active duty from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. At her last assignment, she was financially responsible for all deployable Marine Corps Units on the East Coast, located from Virginia to South Carolina. During her time in the Marine Corps, she was also a communications expert and a court reporter prior to starting her financial profession.
Ruth earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland while on active duty. She went on to earn her Master of Business Administration also while on active duty. Ms. Lee and her husband, also a retired Marine, have one son, Kaleb.
Laurie Beyer VP for Finance and CFO Union Hospital of Cecil County
As Senior Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Ms. Beyer's responsibilities include financial operations and planning, budget and reimbursement, revenue cycle, health information management, information systems and treasury management. Ms. Beyer has held this position since January 2006. She also serves as the Administrator for the Institution's Cancer Program.
Prior to joining Union, Ms. Beyer served as the Corporate Controller to include oversight of the employed Physician Services Division at St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore for nine years. Earlier in her 25 year healthcare career, Ms. Beyer progressed through a series of financial management positions at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Liberty Medical Center and Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Ms. Beyer is a Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.) and licensed in the State of Maryland. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration/Accounting from Franklin and Marshall College and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Baltimore
Raymond Chase VP, Revenue Cycle St Joseph Health System (TX)
Michael Kerr Chief Executive Officer Promise Hospital of East Los Angeles
History of successful operation of healthcare related industries. Over 30 years of senior healthcare leadership experience, most as the CEO of general acute care hospitals. Successfully opened and operated a de novo bank from 1997 to 2002. Continues to operate and manage a private consulting firm, Ventures Management International, Inc., which has operated acute care hospitals, surgical centers, conducted international feasiblility studies for medical tourism and maintained active consultative services in the national and international analyst market for healthcare related industries.
-Hospital Management and Turn-around Operations; -Hospital Start-up and Development; -Business Development and Specialty Surgical Niche Development; -General Management Team Development; -Guest Relations and Patient Services Program Development; -Team Building Consulting; -General Healthcare Consulting Services; and, -International Medical Tourism Consulting and Development
Mike Brokloff Service and Performance Leader Sutter Health
Mike Brokloff, MBA, FACHE joined Sutter Health in February of 2013 to help startup its Shared Services Organization in Roseville CA. As the Service and Performance Management Leader he directs the internal operations of the center including: metrics analysis and reporting, process improvement (Lean), business deployment and project management.
Mike served in the US Navy, attended college then joined GE where he held positions in operations, sales and marketing leadership until leaving in 2001. After working for a business startup, Mike joined Philips Medical Systems as the Director of Glassware Solutions then DMS as their VP of Service. In 2009 he returned to GE as a Director of Service in Northern California, then joined Sutter in February of 2013.
Mike has an AS from the University of the State of New York, a BS from Brigham Young University, and an MBA from California State Polytechnic University. He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and on the board of the California Association of Healthcare Leaders.
Patrick McDermott VP, Revenue Cycle Sutter Health
Patrick McDermott is the Vice President, Revenue Cycle for Sutter Health, a 26 hospital health system in Northern California, recently joining in 2015. Previously, Patrick led the revenue cycle for Presence Health for 8 years, a 12 hospital healthcare system in Illinois which resulted from the merger of Resurrection Healthcare and Provena Health. Patrick’s first Revenue Cycle leadership job was as an executive for Health Alliance in Cincinnati, OH, an 8 hospital system.
Patrick has deep experience leading EPIC go-lives, LEAN value stream initiatives and developing comprehensive training programs! Patrick invented with his Resurrection team the “Revenomics 102” class which won the HFMA Yerger award for innovative training delivered to members.
Patrick’s career started with consulting firms Stockamp & Associates (now Huron consulting) and KPMG.
Patrick is a previous Board of Director for HFMA First Illinois Chapter; previous advisor for American Hospital Association’s (AHA); previous Board of Examiner for the Ohio Partnership for Excellence, and is a regular presenter for HFMA, HBI, ACA.
Patrick received his M.B.A in Finance from University of Illinois.
Jeffrey P. Gold Chancellor University of Nebraska Medical Center
Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., is a nationally recognized leader and tireless advocate for transforming academic medicine and health care delivery. He became the eighth chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center on Feb.1, 2014. He also chairs the board of UNMC’s principal clinical care system partner, Nebraska Medicine.
As UNMC’s chief executive officer, Dr. Gold is responsible for all aspects of campus administration, including its annual operating budget of more than $740 million, a staff of about 5,000 and its 3,800 students. Additionally, Nebraska Medicine has over 6,500 employees and an operating budget of well more than $1 billion.
Dr. Gold holds a health professions academic appointment in the College of Medicine and in the College of Public Health. He serves as a University of Nebraska System Vice President.
Prior to joining UNMC, Dr. Gold served as Chancellor of the University of Toledo’s health science campus, which includes the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Health Science and Human Service, and Graduate Studies. In that role, Dr. Gold had full leadership responsibility of the clinical, education and research programs, the faculty practice plan and the clinical delivery system. As Dean of the University of Toledo’s College of Medicine and Life Sciences, Dr. Gold was responsible for the cultivation and recruitment of faculty, development and implementation of its curriculum and ensuring the highest level of education for its students, residents and faculty.
Prior to joining the University of Toledo, Dr. Gold served in academic and clinical leadership roles at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Weill Cornell College of Medicine. Dr. Gold graduated from the Cornell University College of Engineering, where he majored in theoretical and applied mechanics. He earned his M.D. from the Weill Cornell College of Medicine and completed his general surgery residency at The New York – Presbyterian Hospital and Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, where he later served as the administrative chief resident. He completed his cardiothoracic fellowship training at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Boston Children’s Hospital of Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Gold is a certified by the American Board of Thoracic Surgery and specializes in adult and pediatric cardiac surgery. Dr. Gold's service has included more than 50 national professional committees and more than 100 national organizations, volunteer boards, government/public health councils, and industry. He was recently elected to Chair the American Medical Association’s Council on Medical Education and the Liaison Committee on Medical Education and has served as president of the Thoracic Surgery Directors Association, a national organization devoted to improving the education of resident physicians.
Dr. Gold was recently elected to the Board of the Accreditation Council on Medical Education as well as several other national leadership positions in the American Medical Association and other prestigious organizations. He has been recognized as a Top 50 Health Care Executive and as a Top 100 Physician Executive, as well many awards for service leading numerous community volunteer programs, philanthropic campaigns and programs. He continues his research interests actively and continues to serve on several journal editorial boards. Dr. Gold has authored over 200 peer reviewed articles, 250 national presentations, 40 books and chapters and over 60 invited professorships and keynote presentations.
He is married to a physician and has two adult children, currently residing in New York and San Francisco.
Kathleen Ahlenius Director of Business Development American Express
Angela Horn Vice President of Business Development and Corporate Counsel DCM Services
Angela has over 15 years of experience practicing in probate and probate litigation, and has been recognized as a probate expert. She is a member of the American Bar Association’s Estate and Trust Division and is admitted to practice law in New York, Minnesota, U.S. District Court and District Court of Minnesota. Not only has Angela participated as an expert panelist in the Federal Trade Commission’s Workshop on Debt Collection and Technology and has presented at many national and regional trade groups across the US( including several regional and state level HFMA and AAHAM chapter meetings ), but she also has been a contributor to many national publications such as: Longterm Living, Healthcare Finance News, HFM Magazine, Credit and Collections Risk, and Fierce Health Finance on the topic of probate and creditors’ rights. She has a JD from Lewis and Clark University, Cum Laude and a BA, University of Minnesota and is currently an active member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Krystina LeClair Senior Account Manager, Business Development DCM Services
Krystina LeClair has over 11 years of experience in the healthcare space, ranging from the early stages of revenue cycle all the way through patient receivables and collections. Her client management roles held over the years have provided her with unique insight and the ability to collaborate with over 100 health systems, clinics and other providers. Krystina is currently responsible for leading DCM Services’ account management strategies, programs and initiatives in the healthcare vertical. She is very passionate about her role and helping providers manage their unique receivable needs. Krystina is an active member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), is working on her certification through HFMA, and volunteers on the MN-WI Joint HFMA Education Committee.
Amy Carpenter Vice President Sales Simplee
Amy Carpenter is the Vice President of Sales at Simplee. She is a Louisiana native and a healthcare veteran with over twenty years experience across operations and sales.
Prior to Simplee, Amy worked for McKesson’s RelayHealth and other prominent Healthcare IT companies in training, implementation, and sales. Earlier in her career, Amy worked in practice administration and revenue cycle for leading physician groups.
Amy holds a Bachelor’s from Louisiana State University and a Master's Degree in Health Care Management from University of New Orleans.
Christopher McGoldrick CFO Rockwood Clinic
Christopher McGoldrick, CFO received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the State University of New York at Buffalo, his Masters in Health Services Administration from the University of Kansas Medical Center. Additionally, he is a Certified Public Accountant with license to practice as issued by the Missouri Board of Accountancy.
Chris has served in medical practices for the last 16 years in large groups ranging from academic medicine, non-profit health systems, private medical practice to for profit health systems as the chief financial officer for these organizations. Previous to this, he worked for hospitals and hospital systems as an accountant, consultant and in management advisory services. He has been a solo practice CPA for +17 years.
His interests are travel, photography, hiking, biking, camping and chess.Year Joined Rockwood Clinic: 2011
Mynor Veliz Chief Financial Officer Intermountain
Mynor Veliz, MBA, joined Intermountain as Chief Financial Officer last November. Mynor has extensive health care management experience. Before Intermountain Mynor was Chief Financial Officer at a health care employee benefits administration company in Seattle (TPA Solutions), a $13 million company. Before TPA Solutions Mynor was CFO for Planned Parenthood of the Greater Northwest, and his responsibilities for the $44 million organization included finance, accounting, revenue cycle management, operations support and strategic planning. As Finance Manager for Starbucks he oversaw the development of the annual operating budget and quarterly forecasts for the $2 billion drive-thru business and supported the development of the strategic and operating plans for the 2,500 stores in the US and Canada.
Mynor attended the Harvard Business School Leadership Development Program. He has an MBA from Eastern Washington University and a Bachelor's Degree in Business Finance from the University of San Carlos in Guatemala. He is a Member of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs. Mynor is known as a dynamic, accomplished CFO with a history of effectively managing a broad range of complex financial and operational responsibilities for both public and private, as well as international entities in Healthcare, Technology, and Revenue Cycle Management
Frank Adams Senior Vice President Intermedix
Frank Adams is Senior Vice President of the Intermedix emergency medical management team. He has more than 29 years of health care management experience. Prior to joining Intermedix, Adams served as Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer and a member of the Board of Directors at CARE, a workers’ compensation technology and claims management company of 750 employees. Adams is also a former Principal of Brorson, Kay & Adams, P.C., a member of Moore Stephens, an international accounting and consulting firm. Adams earned his bachelor's degree in business management and accounting from the University of Texas. He is a nationally recognized authority on the business management of emergency medical practices.
Carolyn Carlson Director Microsoft Health and Life Sciences
Carolyn Carlson, Director for Microsoft Health and Life Sciences division, delivers Microsoft’s business strategy for the Microsoft field as they engage with healthcare providers, payors, and suppliers to improve the quality and efficiency of health services delivered around the United States. Carolyn’s career has been spent driving health care, public sector, and high-tech clients to transform their business through adoption of modern technology.
Her experience spans provider, academic medical centers, and government organizations with depth in enterprise analytics and cloud-enabled solutions to drive greater efficiency, quality as well as outcomes for more sustainable healthcare delivery. She has helped clients identify opportunities for innovative technology and entry points to get started, to achieve healthcare’s triple aim goals. Prior to Microsoft, Carolyn worked for two other enterprises that helped shaped the IT industry – Texas Instruments and IBM.
Carolyn received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University. She received a M.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University. She serves on the Board of Directors for The Concilio, a non-profit with the mission to build stronger communities by empowering parents to improve the education and health of their families.