4th ANNUAL D.HEALTH SUMMIT
The University of Rochester, in collaboration with West Health, is hosting the fourth annual dhealth Summit, a national forum for health and technology leaders, entrepreneurs, senior care advocates and policymakers to exchange ideas, create new relationships, and foster disruptive technological and process innovations to improve the lives of the nation’s aging population. Learn more
What will Successful Aging look like by 2030? The 2017 d.health Summit assembled healthcare, technology, and policy leaders to discuss today's best ideas, form tomorrow's partnerships, and launch the care models of the future. Successful Aging in 2030: Charting a Course provides a high-level overview of the 2017 d.health Summit, covering the day's most important topics and policy perspectives offered by panelists and attendees.
Melanie Bella MBA
Chief of New Business & Policy, Cityblock
Ms. Bella has spent her career transforming care for complex and costly populations including in her current role at Cityblock, a care delivery company built for low-income urban populations with complex needs. Before Cityblock, Ms. Bella served as the first Director of the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office at CMS. Under her leadership, CMS designed and launched demonstrations across the country to test new delivery and payment models in community and institutional settings. Ms. Bella earned her MBA from Harvard.
Prior to joining CVS Health, Dr. Brennan was Chief Medical Officer of Aetna Inc. In a previous academic career, he was Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Professor of Law and Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health.
Joseph F. Coughlin PhD
Founder and Director, MITAgeLab
Dr. Coughlin’s research focuses on how demographic change, technology, social trends and consumer behavior drive innovations in business and government. Dr. Coughlin was named one of 12 pioneers inventing the future of retirement by the Wall Street Journal, and among the top 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company. He has authored more than 100 research publications and recently published the book, The Longevity Economy: Inside the World’s Fastest Growing, Most Misunderstood Market.
David Klein MBA
Special Advisor to the CEO, University of Rochester Medical Center
Mr. Klein is a special advisor to the CEO of the University of Rochester (UR) Medical Center, a professor of public health sciences in the UR School of Medicine and Dentistry and an executive professor of health care management in the UR Simon Business School. Previously, Mr. Klein was the Chief Executive Officer of The Lifetime Healthcare Companies.
Laura Landro spent the majority of her journalism career at The Wall Street Journal, where she was the Informed Patient columnist and an assistant managing editor until December 2016. She is the author of Survivor: Taking Control of Your Fight Against Cancer (Simon & Schuster) about her own battle with leukemia. Ms. Landro is currently a freelance contributor on health and medicine for WSJ Special Reports, including the Health Matters column for the WSJ Encore retirement section.
Kedar Mate MD
Chief Innovation and Education Officer, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Dr. Mate’s scholarly work has focused on health system design, health care quality, strategies for achieving large-scale change, and approaches to improving value. He is a research professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow, an Aspen Healthcare Innovator, and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. Dr. Mate has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and white papers. He received his undergraduate degree from Brown and medical degree from Harvard.
Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, American Well
Mary Modahl is a marketing executive focused on healthcare and technology. At American Well, Ms. Modahl leads the company’s health system, health plan, employer, consumer and physician engagement programs. Her prior experience includes the role of Chief Marketing Officer at QuantiaMD, a physician social network, and SVP Marketing and Government Affairs for Health Dialog, the disease management unit of UK-based Bupa Group. Ms. Modahl earned her degree in economics from Harvard University.
Timothy Peck MD
Co-Founder & CEO, Call9
Dr. Peck left a faculty position at Harvard to co-found Call9, a startup that delivers emergency and palliative care to nursing home patients. A proprietary technology platform connects Call9 physicians to on-site first responders avoiding unnecessary transports to the hospital. Previously a Chief Resident in the ED at Beth Israel Deaconess, Dr. Peck saw first-hand the need to provide real-time emergency care. Call9 was a member of Y Combinator’s Summer 2015 class, and is now going to scale throughout New York and beyond.