Speakers

Dr. Shruti Chandra

Dr. Shruti Chandra is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Chandra is the Clerkship Director for EM and involved in curriculum development for the medical school and residency. She is also the program director for Telehealth and Digital Health certificate programs.

Mitchell Fong

Mitchell Fong is a certified public health professional who has focused on telemedicine for underserved communities and holds dual master’s degrees in public health and business administration. He is the Director of Telemedicine at Renown Health, a not-for-profit integrated health system serving northern Nevada, Lake Tahoe and northeast California.

Dr. Judd E. Hollander

Judd E. Hollander, MD, is Senior Vice President of Healthcare Delivery Innovation at TJU and Associate Dean for Strategic Health Initiatives at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University and Professor & Vice Chair of Finance and Healthcare Enterprises in the Department of Emergency Medicine, where responsibilities include the JeffConnect Telemedicine Program and Jefferson Urgent Care.

Dr. Crystal Kong-Wong

Dr. Crystal Kong-Wong is a Family Doctor and Associate Medical Director of UW Medicine Digital Health. Dr. Kong-Wong completed residency and a chief residency at the University of Washington Department of Family Medicine. After residency, she helped open the UWNC Ravenna Clinic, where she has practiced full-spectrum Family Medicine since 2011. Dr. Kong-Wong’s passion is providing high-quality healthcare that is accessible, equitable, and innovative.

Dr. Rebecca Grochow Mishuris

Rebecca Grochow Mishuris, M.D., is the Chief Medical Information Officer of the Boston Medical Center Health System, responsible for the vision and strategy of clinical information systems that impact patient care and research, and alignment with overall organizational priorities. She also oversees research at Boston Medical Center as it relates to health IT systems.

Barbra G. Rabson

Barbra G. Rabson is President and Chief Executive Officer of Massachusetts Health Quality Partners. Under her leadership, MHQP has become a national leader in the measurement and public reporting of health care information, with a particular focus on measuring and improving patients’ experiences of care. She has led MHQP’s most recent work to better understand patient and clinician experiences with telehealth.

Molly J. Shumway, MHA

Molly J. Shumway, MHA, has been the Director of Telehealth Services at UW Medicine since January 2020. Prior to joining the UW Medicine Digital Health Team, she served as the Director for Quality and Regulatory at the UW Neighborhood Clinics, where she oversaw the quality and risk management program and led NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home and AAAHC recognition efforts.

Dr. Ethan Booker

Ethan Booker, M.D., is the medical director of the MedStar Telehealth Innovation Center and MedStar eVisit. He joined the faculty at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in 2005. Dr. Booker has served as assistant medical director for MedStar Transport and director of Operations Improvement for the MedStar Washington Hospital Center Emergency Department.

Tatyana Popkova, CSO

Tatyana Popkova became the Rush University System for Health’s first Chief Strategy Officer in March 2019. In this role, Popkova leads the development and execution of the Rush University System for Health strategic plan, the growth of Rush Health, and the development of a consumer-focused national digital engagement platform. She oversees all major capital projects, business development, mergers and acquisitions, strategic partnerships, marketing, communications and public relations.

Steven Tolle

Steven Tolle has 30 years of commercial healthcare technology expertise in the areas of strategy, business development, and product management. Steve has spent his career helping to develop and manage some of the most important themes in healthcare innovation and investment today, including artificial intelligence, diagnostic imaging/medical devices, electronic health records, population health, managed care and value-based pharmaceutical pricing.

Liam Donohue

Liam Donohue is co-founder and managing partner of .406 Ventures. He leads all healthcare investments, focusing on early-stage companies that offer systems, technologies and services that support clinical delivery. He also supports .406’s data and analytics investment practice. Liam has spent the past two decades as a venture investor, investing over $130 million of capital in 21 investments.

Jonathan Gordon

Jonathan Gordon is Senior Vice President of Innovation for the Commonwealth care Alliance and Managing Director of Winter Street Ventures, CCA’s healthcare innovation accelerator and venture investment affiliate. Jon previously launched NYP Ventures, the strategic venture capital arm of New York-Presbyterian (NYP) Hospital, and is currently a faculty member of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.

Carla Rotering

Carla Rotering is co-author of The Language of Caring Guide for Physicians: Communication Essentials for Patient-Centered Care. Dr. Rotering also co-created the web-based, blended learning program, the Language of Caring for Physicians® and has served as a Coach with clients since the program’s inception. Dr. Rotering is a respected Pulmonologist and physician leader. Currently, she practices Pulmonary Medicine and is Medical Director of Respiratory and Pulmonary Rehabilitation at both Banner Thunderbird Medical Center and White Mountains Regional Medical Center in Arizona. Dr. Rotering applies her special gifts to engaging, training, and coaching physicians to strengthen their relationships with patients and families, achieve better patient outcomes, and deepen the satisfactions inherent in the noble practice of medicine.

Dael Waxman

Dael Waxman has had a long abiding interest in cultivating caring and compassionate relationships between health care professionals and their patients and family members. A graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine, he did his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Arizona and completed a Psychosocial/Family Systems Medicine Fellowship at the University of Rochester.Dael currently works as Professor of Family Medicine and Medical Director of Physician Well-being at Atrium Health in Charlotte, NC. In addition to his medical background, he has trained in clinician-patient communication, multiple modalities of mind/body medicine including mindfulness in medicine, and transformational coaching.   Dael was named a Charlotte Top Doctor for Family Medicine in 2012 and 2013 and was the inaugural recipient of the Physician Provider of the Tree award at Atrium Health in 2017. 

Andy Anderson

Andy is an executive leader with strong history of delivering outcomes in integrated health systems through implementation of large scale initiatives, leveraging innovation and effectively managing change. Actively seeks opportunities to define and lead the future of health care. Committed to developing talent and collaboratively leading care redesign through meaningful engagement of key stakeholders – from the consumer to the front-line providers – to achieve interprofessional top-of-license, team-based care. 

*Speakers subject to change.