Speakers - New York City

Conference Co-Chairs
Salvatore Volpe, MD, FAAP, FACP, CHCQM, Chief Medical Officer, Staten Island Performing Provider System, LLC, Chairman, Staten Island Heart Society
Mark Stevens,
Founder and Principal, ARRAHealth
Featured Speakers
Dwight Brown,
Manager of Quality Analytics,
Mayo Clinic
Pamela Saechow,
Senior Assistant Vice President for Epic Implementation,
NYC Health + Hospital
Brad Weinberg, MD, Founding Partner,
Blueprint Health
Helen Kotchoubey, MBA, Vice President, Information Technology Strategy,
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Anuj Desai,
Vice President,
New York eHealth Collaborative
Mark Hagland,
Healthcare Informatics
Kevin P. Jones, Senior Director, Strategy & Business Development
Samsung Electronics America
Vikrant Arora,
Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Security & Risk Officer,
NYC Health + Hospitals
Joseph Conte, PhD, CPHQ, Executive Director, Staten Island Performing Provider System
Ginu John,
Director of EMR Training, NYC Health + Hospitals
Dr. Rajeeb Khatua,  Clinovations Medical Director, 
NYC Health + Hospital
Raj Lakhanpal, MD, FRCS, FACEP,
Chief Executive Officer
Sanjay Pudupakkam, President, Avatar EBS
Todd Rogow, CHCIO,
SVP and CIO,
Lin Wan,
Chief Technology Officer, Stella Technology
Chief & Senior Director, Applications & Innovations Strategy,
Montefiore - Information Technology, MONTEFIORE Health Systems
Fred Onorato,
Regional Sales Manager, eSignLive
Matthew Webster,
Chief Information Security Officer,
Keith Richard Weiner, RN, PhD(c),
Information Systems Security Officer,
NewYork Presbyterian/Queens
Vikrant Arora, Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Security & Risk Officer, NYC Health + Hospitals
Vikrant Arora is a credentialed security executive with more than15 years of global experience in developing enterprise security & risk management programs, delivering security “business value” and communicating risks to the BODs. Mr. Arora has successfully helped government, education and health care sectors to become more resilient against cyber attacks and shift corporate culture accordingly. In his current role as the Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Security & Risk Officer at NYC Health + Hospitals, Mr. Arora is particularly focused on security strategy, business risks, regulatory compliance and securing critical clinical systems and bio medical devices. In 2013, he led a robust transformation of the security workforce involving more than 1,500 IT professionals. In 2015, Mr. Arora ensured a secure & HIPAA compliant implementation of one of the most complex Electronic Medical Record solutions in the country.
Prior to joining NYC Health + Hospitals, Mr. Arora worked with Wipro, Pfizer, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and Dimension Data implementing "risk aware" cultures and "risk based" business models. He holds a master’s degree in Computer Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is also CISSP, CISM and SANS GCFA certified. Mr. Arora was nominated for the 2011 "North East Security Executive" of the year, was named “Most Valued Professional" at Gartner Peer Connect 2012 and won the 2014 "Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation" award at Intel's annual security conference.
Joseph Conte, PhD, CPHQ, Executive Director, Staten Island Performing Provider System
A Senior Health Care Executive with 25 years experience at the nation’s top health systems, Mr. Conte is currently the Executive Director of the Staten Island Performing Provider System (SI PPS). The SI PPS was created to implement the Medicaid redesign program known as DSRIP. The project will focus on achieving the “Triple Aim” for the 180,000 Medicaid patients in the community. The PPS will coordinate the efforts of the local teaching hospitals and over 50 community based collaborators. Previously, Mr. Conte was the Senior VP for Quality, Risk and Health Information Technology at Richmond University Medical Center. He led the RUMC health IT program to be certified for Meaningful Use by the Office of the National Coordinator and to access $11MM in bonus payments. Prior to that position, he was the Executive Vice President at the $2 billion Catholic Health System of Long Island. Mr. Conte engineered consecutive bond upgrades and earned $100MM in operations in 2010 and 2011.
At the seventeen hospital NS-LIJ Health System, where he served for over 15 years in various executive capacities, his strategy for the CMS Pay for Performance Initiative earned over $20MM for clinical improvement initiatives. His system-wide programs ultimately culminated in recognition by the National Quality Forum as top Health System in the US. At the international level, Mr. Conte completed a program evaluation in the Republic of the Ukraine in 2011, and in 2005 he organized a visiting patient program for Staten Island University Hospital Radiation Oncology Service.
Mr. Conte has served on numerous panels and advisory committees. An accomplished speaker and researcher, Mr. Conte is a professor at Wagner College in the Business School and Department of Biological Science as well as adjunct professor at Columbia University School of Public Health. He also has published numerous peer review articles and recently authored a chapter in the best selling Health Informatics an Executive Primer.
Dwight Brown, Director of Analytics Data & Operations Management, Mayo Clinic
Dwight Brown is the Director of Analytics Data & Operations Management at Mayo Clinic.  He has over 19 years of broad-based healthcare experience gained through management and internal consultation roles at Mayo.  He holds dual appointment as Instructor in Health Care Administration and Emergency Medicine in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.  In addition to Finance and Human Resources, he spent the past 15 years in Quality and Accreditation until recently moving to his current role. For the past 9 years he managed Quality measurement operations, providing strategic direction to a unit of nurse and non-nurse personnel accountable for abstraction, analysis, and reporting of internal and external Quality data.  He has expertise in the application of a variety of quality improvement methodologies and serves as an institutional expert on Meaningful Use and eMeasurement. During his time in Enterprise Quality Informatics he led the design and implementation of a strategy to move manual reporting to eMeasurement and Informatics.
Dwight received his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Masters Degree in International Management from the University of Saint Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.  He is a Certified Professional in Health Information and Management Systems with HIMSS and a Nationally Registered Paramedic.  In addition to his Analytics work, he keeps his clinical skills honed as a part-time Paramedic with Mayo Clinic Medical Transport.  
Anuj Desai, Vice President, New York eHealth Collaborative
Anuj Desai is the Vice President of Market Development for the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC). In this role, he has overall responsibility for business development, fundraising, marketing, and events.
Anuj oversees the development and management of strategic relationships and alliances with the various vendors and partners that interact with NYeC. He also leads the New York Digital Health Accelerator, the NYeC Gala, and activities related to national policy development and interoperability.  Anuj brings over 15 years of experience in business development, strategy, and relationship management experience in the healthcare industry. Most recently, he worked in a business development role at Johnson & Johnson focused on developing whitespace strategy and forming business cases for M&A and organic growth in health technology.

Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Informatics

Mark Hagland has been Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Informatics (www.healthcare-informatics.com) since January 2010. Prior to that, he was Contributing Editor and then Senior Contributing Editor to the magazine, for over ten years. He has spent a quarter century in the health care publishing field, as a writer, editor, public speaker, and author. He has won numerous national and regional journalism awards, and is the author of two books on healthcare quality and efficiency: Paradox and Imperatives in Health Care (2008, with Jeffrey C. Bauer, Ph.D.) and Transformative Quality: The Emerging Revolution in Health Care Performance (2009). He holds a master's degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Ginu John, Director of EMR Training, NYC Health + Hospitals
In this role, Ginu represents a team of more than 70 staff members. Mr. John oversees the EMR training activities at Basecamp, the centralized IT training lab for the health system. He has been with NYC Health + Hospitals since 2013, and is a certified Instructional Designer for the Ambulatory, Kaleidoscope, and Beacon applications. He is also certified in HOD, EpicCare Link, Security Coordinator and MyChart. In addition to successfully implementing the staff training rollout at two Queens acute care hospitals, Mr. John also planned and executed the Enduring training, Resident test out, Thrive training, and other integrated training programs.
Clinical knowledge from his nursing background, paired with the technical knowledge from his roles as a Network Engineer and Systems Administrator from Dubai, informed his integrated approach to the EMR training program. Prior to joining NYC Health + Hospitals, Mr. John was tasked with rolling out corporate-level market training and product training sessions at Apple Inc.
Kevin P. Jones, Senior Director, Strategy & Business Development
Samsung Electronics America
Kevin Jones holds the position of Senior Director, Strategy and Business Development at Samsung Electronics Corporation. In this role, he leads a variety of new business and technology initiatives for Samsung with a focus on wearables, digital health and wellness.
Previously, Kevin was the Director of Business Development at Intel Corporation. Kevin joined Intel as part of Intel Capital (ICAP) in 2005. As a member of ICAP he was responsible for a managing several strategic investments across Europe and Asia based out of the London office. He also represented Intel on the Board of Directors of the Wholesale Applications Community (WAC) and managed the transition of the LiMo Foundation into the Tizen Association.
Prior to Intel, Kevin was the Vice President and General Manager of the Mobile Business Unit at Spectel (acquired by Avaya in 2004). Before joining Spectel, Kevin was the Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Groove Mobile (acquired by Livewire Mobile).
Kevin has also held a number of senior management positions at Nokia, including General Manager, Mobile Data (based in Helsinki, Finland) and Vice President, Nokia Ventures. Prior to Nokia, Kevin held senior level marketing, sales and engineering positions at Sun Microsystems and Hewlett-Packard. At HP, Kevin was one of the first members of the R&D organization to be promoted to Engineer-Scientist.
A frequent speaker at industry events, Kevin has presented on a wide variety of topics in computer architecture, digital health, wearables and mobile communications. Kevin holds a degree in Computer Science from California State University.
Dr. Rajeeb Khatua,  Clinovations Medical Director, NYC Health + Hospitals
that brings a unique set of skills to the health care IT industry drawn from senior leadership role in clinical research, medical education, medico-legal consulting and health care IT consulting over the span of 12 years. He currently serves as Interim Chief Medical Information Officer for EMR Implementation at NYC Health + Hospitals.
As the medical director in a global clinical research organization, Dr. Khatua implemented an Electronic Data Capture system for global clinical trials at low costs and aggressive timelines. He also managed multiple multi-center clinical trials that involve comparison of treatment options utilizing biostatistics. Extrapolating conclusions for new treatment options from small samples in clinical trials, Dr. Khatua realizes the ability to improve health outcomes for all through the implementation of electronic health records that can collect large amounts of data for analysis. Dr. Khatua thrives to implement workflows involving EHR systems with minimal
Helen Kotchoubey, MBA, Vice President, Information Technology Strategy, New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Helen Kotchoubey, MBA, is Vice President, Information Technology Strategy for New York-Presbyterian Hospital. In this role, she works closely with the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer to provide leadership and support for information technology-related strategic planning, financial planning, project management, innovation, and program development. Ms. Kotchoubey previously served as Corporate Director, Information Services, with responsibility for designing and implementing patient engagement technologies and special projects for the Office of the CIO. Prior to this, she was responsible for strategic and operational improvements in Patient Access. Before joining NYP, Ms. Kotchoubey was Director of Revenue Cycle at Montefiore Medical Center. She began her career as a consultant at Deloitte Consulting, working with clients in various industries including health care, technology, public sector, utilities and manufacturing. Ms. Kotchoubey received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Amherst College and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
Raj Lakhanpal, MD, FRCS, FACEP, Chief Executive Officer SpectraMedix
An entrepreneur and healthcare business executive, Dr. Lakhanpal is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of SpectraMedix. SpectraMedix’s state of the art solutions for clinical data collection and aggregation, quality measure compliance, predictive modeling and workflow integration enable hospitals and ambulatory care providers to improve quality, facilitate transitions in care and maximize incentives for performance based healthcare programs. Dr. Lakhanpal brings proven experience developing business models and data analytics solutions to SpectraMedix. Previously he founded HealthAtoZ, a top online wellness and population health management platform with deep analytics capabilities that assisted Health Plans and their Fortune 500 clients to reduce and manage their healthcare costs. HealthAtoZ was acquired by UnitedHealth Group in 2006. Dr. Lakhanpal is the Co-Chair of the HIMSS Business Intelligence and Clinical Analytics Task Force. He is on the Board of Trustees of the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. A former emergency physician, he is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians in the United States and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in the United Kingdom. He has also distinguished himself in various clinical and executive positions with Team Health, an Emergency Physician practice management company. Dr. Lakhanpal also is a Lifetime Member of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) and founding President of TiE NJ-Philadelphia, a not-for-profit organization that fosters entrepreneurship across the globe.
Fred Onorato, Regional Sales Manager, eSignLive
Fred Onorato brings over 25 years of experience in providing sales support for software solutions. 
A graduate from HEC Montreal in Business administration, Fred works  with eSignLive’s largest clients in the financial services and insurance industries and acts as an advocate and liaison between eSignLive and these accounts, to assure their continued success. Having served as a champion for providing leadership to clients and as a Pre-sales Manager throughout his career, Fred’s passion for ensuring an exceptional customer experience are the  hallmark of his work.
Sanjay Pudupakkam, President, Avatar EBS
Sanjay Pudupakkam is the President and Founder of Avatar Enterprise Business Solutions.  Avatar EBS is a healthcare information management and analytics consulting and staffing company that has been serving its customers nationwide since 2002.  Sanjay has over 20 years experience in the healthcare industry. His passion has been to help clients with their information & analytic needs and this has led him to a variety of experiences including performing data & analytic strategies, developing payer and provider data warehouses, building data quality and data governance programs, designing and developing population health management tools and genomic search and decision support solutions.   Sanjay progressed throughout his career consulting at Accenture and Hewlett Packard and also served as a client at companies such as Aetna, Emory University Hospital and The New York Hospital / Presbyterian Medical Center.  Prior to joining Avatar EBS, Sanjay served as the Vice President of the Information Management Practice at Optum Insight.   Sanjay received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Albany and holds Master level Degrees in Healthcare Administration and Information Technology.  He also completed a Post Master’s Administrative Fellowship through the Greater New York Hospital Association and served at the New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center.  
Todd Rogow, CHCIO, SVP and CIO, Healthix
Todd M. Rogow, MPA, CSM, PMP; joined Healthix in 2015 as the Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer, where he is responsible for providing the vision, strategy and day-to-day operational leadership for all technical aspects of the company.  Todd brings with him a wealth of knowledge and industry experience. He has worked in the health information exchange industry for over six years.
Todd has joined Healthix during a period of rapid growth and innovative change. He has been given the critical role of building and leading Healthix’s Information Technology function as it migrates its technology development and operations in-house through the implementation of next generation application software and the conversion of all Healthix participants to the new platform.

Previously to joining Healthix, Todd served as the Chief Technology Officer at HealthInfoNet. With 20 years of experience, primarily in directing technical projects, he has provided business and consulting services to a range of Fortune 100 companies. Todd has an MA in Public Administration and a BA from the University of Vermont, he is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a 2012 graduate of the Hanley Center’s Health Leadership program in Maine

Pamela Saechow, Senior Assistant Vice President for Epic Implementation, NYC Health + Hospital
Pamela Saechow is Senior Assistant Vice President for Epic Implementation at NYC Health + Hospitals. In this role, Ms. Saechow oversees the electronic medical record (EMR) implementation program at the nation’s largest municipal health system. Her responsibilities include the day-to-day management of five direct and about 210 indirect reports and the development of an EMR implementation strategy that encompasses strategic and tactical planning for each phase of the EMR rollout.

Ms. Saechow brings more than 24 years of health informatics leadership and complex IT project support to the health system. She has held various senior-level positions at Sutter Health in northern California that enabled her to establish her expertise in vendor management, training, revenue cycle and financial operations. Just prior to joining NYC Health + Hospitals in 2016, Ms. Saechow led the successful implementation of Epic at Sutter, a system with 50,000 end users across 26 acute care hospitals and 250 medical office locations.

Ms. Saechow holds a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Sacramento State University.
Mark W. Stevens, Principal, ARRAHealth Consulting, Inc., Contributing Editor, Health IT Leaders & News, President-Elect, Central PA HIMSS
Since 2010, Mr. Stevens has lead the health IT consulting firm he co-founded, ARRAHealth.  During that time, Mark Stevens also served as a Vice President at Best Practice Partners (BPP), a leader in healthcare training, process re-design and IT optimization solutions serving providers, payers, HIEs and ACOs, where he focuses on strategic partnerships and executive search in health data analytics.  Mr. Stevens also served as President and COO of BPP’s accountable care subsidiary, EnableHealth, which he co-founded in 2013.  Prior to joining BPP, Mr. Stevens was Vice President of Digital Collaboration Solutions, a health It professional services firm; Senior Director for eHealth Innovation at World Congress, a leader in healthcare conference management; and Executive Director of the Pennsylvania eHealth Initiative (PAeHI), a not-for-profit organization founded in 2005 by Pennsylvania’s leading healthcare stakeholders to promote broader adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) and health information exchange (HIE).
Salvatore Volpe, MD, FAAP, FACP, CHCQM, Chief Medical Officer, Staten Island Performing Provider System, LLC, Chairman, Staten Island Heart Society
Salvatore Volpe, MD, FAAP, FACP, CHCQM has over 25 years of primary care practice experience. He is one of the few physicians in the country to be successfully board certified in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Health Care Quality and Management. Dr. Volpe is a national lecturer on diverse topics such as Consumer Health software, e-Prescribing, Electronic Health Records, Patient Centered Medical Home, Physician-Patient Communication, and Smartphones. He is currently the Chief Medical Officer for both Staten Island Performing Provider System and PDR Network, LLC. He serves as Chairman for Staten Island Heart Society, is a member of the Board of Directors for New York eHealth Collaborative and Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company, and acts as a consultant for Point-of-Care Partners. Dr. Volpe serves on the medical editorial board of Medical Economics Magazine and is a member of the AMA Health Information Technology Advisory Panel. He continues to work at Oakwood Medical Consultants where he has been for nearly 27 years, where he coordinated the deployment of e-Prescribing and Electronic Health Record Systems.
Dr. Volpe has previously served as Chairman of the Health Information Technology Committee of the Medical Society of the State of New York, as Physician Liaison and Clinical Champion of the NYC Primary Care Information Project and as Co-Chairman of the Richmond County Medical Society HIT Committee. He served a two-year term as President of the New York Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and as the Coordinator of PCIP Clinical Advisory Committees and Clinical Advisory Committees of the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Dr. Volpe also acted as the Regional Medical Director for Touchstone Health and the Associate Medical Director for Aetna US Healthcare.

Lin Wan, Chief Technology Officer, Stella Technology

Lin is a seasoned technologist with over 18 years of experience in healthcare software development, with proven success leading the design and development of interoperable healthcare solutions. As Director of Application Development at Axolotl, Lin led the development of the Elysium product suite, including the HIE platform, Clinical Messaging®, EMR/EHR, CPOE, eRx, public health reporting and analytics applications. In her latest position as Director of Product Strategy at OptumInsight, Lin played a key role in designing Optum’s next generation healthcare cloud platform.

Lin is an expert on healthcare interoperability standards (such as HL7, IHE, HITSP, CCHIT, NwHIN Exchange and Direct), and has been a key contributor to specifications published by federal and state healthcare interoperability initiatives (NwHIN, Direct, S&I Framework, States of New York, Michigan and Tennessee).

Lin has a Ph.D. in Physics from Princeton University, a B.S. from University Of Texas at Dallas and a B.A. from Peking University.

Matthew Webster, Chief Information Security Officer, Healthix
Matthew Webster is responsible for providing the vision, strategy, and leadership for all aspects of the information security for Healthix. Matthew has joined Healthix during a period of rapid growth and innovative change and has been given the critical role of building Healthix information security program for all aspects of the organization. Before joining Healthix, Matthew spent more than 7 years advising on health security for The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) where he focused on work related to the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), a legislative framework which protects government information, operations and assets against natural or man-made threats. Matthew also spent several years as a Senior Security Solutions Architect, creating and architecting security solutions for Fortune 500 companies across a wide range of verticals – including Healthcare.
Additionally, he helped to found a burgeoning information security prototype lab and managed a SOC (Security Operations Center). With more than 15 years of experience, Matthew has provided information security products and services, audit management and gap assessments as well as risk assessments throughout the Northeast.
Keith Richard Weiner, RN, PhD(c), Information Systems Security Officer, NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens
Keith Richard Weiner is currently the Information Systems Security Officer at NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens.
Keith has an eclectic education and career path traversing healthcare and IT.  He has been an RN in Canada and the US, managed a security software company department, and has been a senior clinical systems analyst for a major EHR vendor.
A PhD Candidate and adjunct instructor at Molloy College, Keith has authored presentations for research conferences. Most recently, he contributed a chapter for the textbook Medical Informatics: An Executive Primer which is used at Columbia and Cornell Universities.  He also serves on the Metropolitan College of New York advisory board.
An active member of HIMSS, he co-authored a presentation at HIMSS National, chaired the mHIMSS Mobile FAQ Committee, and presented at the NYS Mini-HIMSS where he remains a perpetual member of the planning committee for their annual conferences.  He was recently inducted as a member of the New York Academy of Medicine and serves as the Informatics Group Committee Co-Chair.
Brad Weinberg, MD, Founding Partner, Blueprint Health
Mr. Brad Weinberg, M.D., Co Founded ShapeUp, Inc. in 2007 and also served as its Advisor. Dr. Weinberg is a Founding Partner of Blueprint Health. Mr. Weinberg served as Chief Innovation Officer of ShapeUp, Inc. Mr. Weinberg has a wealth of experience in technology, finance, and medicine. He oversees platform and product development with a focus on enhancing the customer experience to maximize user engagement and retention. As Chief Information Officer, he cultivates ideas both inside and outside the ShapeUp, Inc in order to institutionalize the innovation process. Mr. Weinberg also monitors industry trends and opportunities in health, technology, and other fields. Prior to founding Shape Up The Nation, Mr. Weinberg served as a Senior Analyst at the Brown University Investment Office, where he helped research and develop their portfolio strategy. He serves as the Chairman at MediQuire Inc. He serves as a Director of ShapeUp, Inc. Mr. Weinberg serves as a mentor to budding Rhode Island entrepreneurs through Betaspring. He worked at Decisions Resources and Goldman Sachs. Around the office, Mr. Weinberg is most often seen doodling on the whiteboards. Mr. Weinberg serves as a Member of Advisory Board at GeriJoy Inc. Mr. Weinberg earned his MD from the Brown University Medical School and a B.A. in business economics from Brown University and has passed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst exam.
Mony Weschler, MA, EMT-P, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, CIIP, Chief & Senior Director, Applications & Innovations Strategy, Montefiore - Information Technology, MONTEFIORE Health Systems
Mony Weschler has over 25 years experience spanning the full range of clinical IT and management information systems (MIS) operations in various leading academic healthcare systems and institutions. He is currently the Chief Innovation and Technology Strategist at Montefiore Health System where he has worked to establish Montefiore as an industry leader for testing and integrating groundbreaking technologies in: bio wearable sensors, digital pathology, patient engagement, mobility, app development and tele-health. Mony has done so by partnering with various organizations including: EPIC, Cerner, Soft, Sunquest, Google, Medtronics, Philips, Mach7, LifeImage, GE Healthcare, TeraRecon, AGFA, McKesson, Orthocrat, PeerVue, PACSHealth, Lumedx, and Airstrip He has experience working with, developing, and implementing emerging technologies in the healthcare IT space where he started building some of the first electronic medical record keeping systems from scratch.
Additionally Mony currently serves as a consultant to The Advisory Board Company in a limited capacity helping with client facing work on an ad hoc basis. Mony is also on the advisory board at Healthcare Innovation Lab (HITLAB) where he works with leading organizations to ideate, create, and evaluate solution to improve the quality and accessibility of healthcare worldwide. His experience at HITLAB has exposed him to organizations such as The Cleveland Clinic, Grameen Foundation, US Department of Defense, Express Scripts, Sanofi, McKesson, and many others.
Mony is familiar with healthcare IT applications and developments across many healthcare systems including acute care/hospital systems, ambulatory care, accountable care organizations (ACO's), Population Health, Community care, Payers, Providers, Pharma and others. Mony Is a leader in healthcare transformation and a global speaker and visionary in the field. He currently volunteers as a Mentor at Blueprint Health LLC.