Dr. Grundy is the Chief Transformation Officer at Innovaccer. Affectionately known as the ‘Godfather’ of the Patient-Centered Medical Home model, he is the Founding President of the Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) and a member of the National Academy of Medicine. Prior to Innovaccer Dr Grundy enjoyed an esteemed career at IBM, as the Chief Medical Officer of the Healthcare Life Sciences division, and the Global Director of Healthcare Transformation. Previous to IBM he was the Minister Consular for the US Department of State. Dr. Grundy is a globally respected healthcare convener, storyteller, and visionary - a "Trusted Healer”. He holds numerous international honorary titles and awards, including an honorary lifetime member of the UK National Association of Primary Care, an Ambassador for Healthcare DENMARK, and the first international member of the Irish National Association of General Practice. He was the recipient of the NCQA National Quality Award in 2012, and recipient of the prestigious Barbara Starfield Primary Care Leadership Award in 2016.
Emily Fletcher is the Ambulatory Care Program Manager at MercyOne Population Health Service Organization (PHSO). She leads the integration of Health Coaches, Social Workers, Pharmacists, and Community Health Workers into the medical home to positively impact consumer experience and patient outcomes. Emily received her Bachelor’s degree in Socio-Political Communications from Missouri State University and a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. She completed her practicum with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Dallas, Texas. Emily started at MercyOne in 2010, working in oncology research for five years before joining the PHSO in 2016. She served a two-year term as Vice Chair of the Institutional Review Board. Emily’s goal is to create a health care environment where all patients have the same opportunity to be healthy. Addressing health-related social needs through the community health worker program is a key strategy in accomplishing this goal.
Jerry Senne is Vice President of Value-Based Care & Population Health at Orlando Health. Orlando Health is a $3.4 billion integrated healthcare system in Central Florida that operates: nine hospitals, 200+ sites of care, 700 employed physicians, urgent care facilities, freestanding ERs, healthcare pavilions, home care, imaging centers and a full range of health services. Jerry is responsible for a team managing 182,00 lives in value-based care arrangements with five national health insurers, Medicare Shared Savings, and Disney Worldwide Services-- the largest direct-to-employer arrangement in the U.S. In five years, Orlando Health’s value-based arrangements have produced savings of over $120 million and have returned over $60 million to ACO partners. Prior to joining Orlando Health, Jerry was SVP of Evolent Health helping healthcare systems develop strategies for value-based care and managing under risk. Jerry was the Founding CEO of Health First Health Plan, a successful provider based health plan in Central Florida serving Commercial and Medicare Advantage patients. In addition, he served as Chief Strategy Officer and CEO of the 500 bed tertiary flagship hospital of the Health First System.
A board certified neurologist, Dr. Paroski comes to CMP from University Neurology, a division of UBMD. She has held various administrative positions including Medical Director at Erie County Medical Center, Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs & Admissions and Interim Vice President of Health Affairs & Interim Dean at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at SUNY Buffalo, and Executive Vice President & Chief Medical Officer at Kaleida Health. In addition to her clinical and leadership roles, Dr. Paroski has been a professor of neurology at the Jacobs School for the past 35 years. Dr. Paroski is also the recipient of numerous awards including, Women Making History in Erie County, the Seigel Award for Excellence in Teaching from SUNY Buffalo, Women in STEM - Buffalo’s Women’s History Month, Business First Power 200, and Business First Healthcare 50.
Kanav Hasija is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Innovaccer Inc. He has an engineering degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, and Master in Patent Law from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Over the years, he has gathered significant experience in the field of healthcare data analytics and entrepreneurial expertise, which has garnered him widespread international acclaim. He has received ‘Franklin Pierce IP Scholar’ for Academic and Research Efforts in the field of IP at Franklin Pierce Center for IP at UNH School of Law. He has received the ‘Graduate Student Award’ for providing exemplary leadership and global perspective by teaching, learning, or contributing productively to a global legal system at UHN School of Law. He has also received the inaugural Samsung-Stanford Patent Prize for publishing a paper on Patent Damages at Samsung Corporation, Stanford Law School.