Barchi came on board at NewYork-Presbyterian on December 1, 2015. Prior to joining NewYork-Presbyterian, Barchi served as senior vice president and CIO at Yale New Haven Health System and Yale School of Medicine. He led a number of initiatives there, including the implementation of an EHR across three hospitals and the rollout of a secure iPhone application for physician communication.
Before that, he served as senior vice president and chief information officer for Carilion Health System in Roanoke, Va., where he managed operations and technology for the eight-hospital academic medical center.
Venus Williams is an international tennis champion, entrepreneur and best-selling author. The first African American to reach #1 as a professional in either the men's or women's game, Williams has won multiple Olympic gold medals and has over 20 career titles to her name.
Among her numerous accolades, Williams has been named "Sports Woman of the Year" by Sports Illustrated, profiled on CNN's People in the News and included in Forbes' "Celebrity 100 List". Williams has also won ESPY awards for "Best Female Athlete", "Best Female Tennis Player" and has been named one of Glamour magazine's "Women of The Year."
Venus also serves as founder and CEO of two companies: the clothing line EleVen (since 2007), and the interior design firm V Starr Interiors, which she quietly launched in 2002. With a team of just five designers as well as a design director, Venus has decked out multimillion-dollar condos and celebrity projects, from the Intercontinental Miami resort to the Southeast Tennis And Learning Center.
In June 2010, Williams released Come to Win, a best-selling book that includes contributions from a wide range of men and women who have reached the very top of their games - including former CEO and bestselling author Jack Welch, fashion designer Vera Wang, actor Denzel Washington, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
From being the number one overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft through his retirement this year, Peyton Manning scorched the record books and distinguished himself as arguably the best quarterback of his generation. Manning revolutionized the game with his talent and football IQ and made his unmatched leadership and quality of character his trademark.
His many on-field achievements throughout his 18 NFL seasons include:
Super Bowl Champion (XLI, 50)
Super Bowl MVP (XLI)
NFL-record 5 MVP awards (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2013)
14 Pro Bowl selections (1999-2000, 2002-2010, 2012-2014)
7 first-team All-Pro selection (2003-2005, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013)
Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year (2013)
Walter Payton Man of the Year (2005)
NFL Career record holder in wins (200)
NFL Career record holder in passing yards (71,940)
NFL Career record holder in touchdown passes (539)
NFL Single-season record holder in touchdown passes (55)
NFL Single-season record holder in passing yards (5,477)
A future Hall of Fame quarterback, Manning embodies what it means to be a professional athlete in today’s day and age, making a lasting impact both on and off the field. He has championed numerous charitable organizations and foundations to further his positive impact on the community, including the PeyBack Foundation, which he founded in an effort to help underprivileged youth in Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana and Tennessee.
Patrice M. Weiss, MD, is Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Carilion Clinic and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Ob/Gyn) at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
Dr. Weiss received her medical degree from Hahnemann University (Drexel) School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha honorary medical society. She completed her residency at Lehigh Valley Hospital as well as a Fellowship in Academic Leadership with the Council of University Chairs of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
In October 2017, Dr. Weiss was the inaugural recipient of the East Stroudsburg (Drexel) University of Pennsylvania’s Alumni Association Alumni of the Year Technology Award. This award is presented to a distinguished ESU graduate who has brought credit to ESU at a state, national, or international level through work in the fields of science, physics, chemistry, economics, medicine, physiology or information technology.
In 2016 and 2017, Dr. Weiss was named one of Becker's Hospital Review's "100 Hospital and Health System CMOs to Know." The list is based on their experience in overseeing medical and quality affairs.
In January, 2016, Dr. Weiss began working on the American Hospital Association Committee on Clinical Leadership.
Dr. Weiss has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and authored, co-authored, and edited text¬books and textbook chapters. She has been an invited speaker on physician engagement, large clinic employed physician-models, physician recruitment and retention, physician compensation models as well as the transformation of health care from volume-based to value-based structures. She also lectures nationally on her passion on physician engagement and leadership, medical education, risk management and professional liability, patient safety, medical error, communication and emotional intelligence.
Dr. Weiss lives in Roanoke with her husband, Frank G. Finch, M.D., and has two children, Frank and Rachel.
Howard Dean’s groundbreaking campaign for the U.S. Presidency and subsequent four years as Chairman of the Democratic National Committee have provided him with both an insider's view and a reformer's commitment to the economy, foreign trade policy and international relations. His 12 years as Governor of Vermont and his Chairmanship of the National Governor's Association have given him vast knowledge of domestic issues. His skillful stewardship of the party as Democratic National Committee chair began in 2005 and continued through the inauguration of President Barack Obama. As Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Governor Dean made the Democratic Party competitive in every race, in every district, in every state and territory, while integrating national and state party operations and standing up for Democrats' core values.
Dean currently serves as a Senior Strategic Advisor and Independent Consultant for the Government Affairs practice at Dentons where he focuses on healthcare and energy issues. He is a frequent contributor to MSNBC.
Dean also serves on the Board of the National Democratic Institute, a democracy building organization chaired by former Secretary of State Madeline Albright. He has extensive experience in Southeastern Europe including in Ukraine, Moldova, and the Balkans. He also has an extensive knowledge of Iraqi and Iranian affairs, and has spent time in China and Myanmar as a result of his NDI activities. He has been active in anti human trafficking efforts in Asia and in the United States. He lectures frequently in Europe, and is currently teaching a course on the Politics of American Foreign Policy at the Jackson Institute at Yale.
Drawing on his extensive experience in politics and healthcare, Governor Dean delivers a sharp, in-season speech to help groups and businesses plan for the future. His presentation brings the current debates into focus and offers a closer look at the impact the economy, budget deficit, healthcare, and the future of Social Security and Medicare are having on the country, and what to expect from the next four years.
Governor Dean gained national prominence as a U.S. presidential candidate in 2004, and he served as the Governor of Vermont from 1991 to 2003. During that time, he created a record that promoted equality and opportunity for his constituency employing a philosophy of fiscal responsibility advocating low taxes, reduced government spending and minimal government debt. His successes prompted Governing magazine to proclaim him "Public Official of the Year" in 2002. His leadership roles also include turns as chairman of the National Governors' Association, the Democratic Governors' Association, and the New England Governors' Conference
He led the Democratic Party to success as Chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 2005 to 2009. He is credited with pioneering an energetic 50-state strategy and the development of 21st century campaign tools that helped Democrats make historic gains in the 2006 and 2008 elections.
After achieving national prominence in his bid for the Democratic nomination for president, Governor Dean founded Democracy for America to build on the groundswell of support and the wave of new energy sweeping the Party, and continues to serve as a consultant to the organization. Since 2004, Democracy for America has been working with the grassroots to elect fiscally responsible and socially progressive candidates to all levels of government - local, state, and federal - all over the country.
Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York City, was born in Brooklyn, New York. As the grandson of Italian immigrants, he was taught the value of a strong work ethic and a deep respect for America's ideal of equal opportunity. He attended Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, Manhattan College, and New York University Law School. After joining the office of the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Giuliani rose quickly through the ranks, becoming the chief of the Narcotics Unit at age 29.
In 1983, President Reagan appointed Giuliani as the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Giuliani spearheaded successful efforts against organized crime, white-collar criminals, drug dealers and corrupt elected officials. Few U.S. Attorneys in history can match his record of 4,152 convictions with only 25 reversals.
In 1993, Giuliani was elected Mayor of the City of New York. Campaigning on the slogan "One City, One Standard," he focused on reducing crime, reforming welfare, and improving the quality of life. In 1997, he was re-elected with 57% of the vote in a city in which Democrats outnumbered Republicans five to one.
Under his leadership, overall crime was cut by 56%, murder was cut by 66%, and New York City—once considered the crime capital of the country—became the safest large city in America according to the FBI. New York City's law enforcement strategy has become a model for other cities around the world. This is particularly true of the CompStat statistical accountability program, which won the 1996 Innovations in Government Award from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
When Giuliani took office, one of every seven New Yorkers was on welfare. Giuliani implemented the largest and most successful welfare-to-work initiative in the country, turning welfare offices into Job Centers and reduced welfare rolls by 640,000—nearly 60%. On September 11, 2001, America suffered the worst attack in its history when terrorists crashed planes into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Thousands of New Yorkers were killed, including hundreds of members of the city's uniformed services, who rushed to the scene to lead the heroic rescue of tens of thousands of people. Having narrowly missed being crushed when the Towers fell, Giuliani immediately began leading the recovery of the city as it faced its darkest hour. Giuliani was widely lauded for his steady hand during challenging times. He was named “Person of the Year” by TIME magazine, knighted by the Queen of England, dubbed “Rudy the Rock” by French President Jacques Chirac, and former first lady Nancy Reagan presented him with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Freedom Award.
Limited by New York City law to two terms as mayor, Giuliani founded Giuliani Partners in January, 2002, quickly establishing the professional services firm as a leader in emergency preparedness, public safety, leadership during crises, and financial management. Drawing on his experience in turning a city described as ungovernable into a city that is now a worldwide example of good government and effective management, Giuliani was recognized in the Spring 2002 as “Consultant of the Year” by Consulting magazine. Currently, Giuliani serves as a Senior Advisor to Greenberg Traurig’s Executive Chairman and as the Chair of the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Crisis Management Practice. Greenberg Traurig is an international law firm with nearly 1900 attorneys worldwide.
In May of 2003, Giuliani married Judith S. Nathan, who was at the time a Managing Director of Changing Our World, Inc., a national fundraising and philanthropic services company headquartered in New York. Prior to joining Changing Our World, Mrs. Giuliani, a registered nurse with an extensive medical and scientific background, worked with U. S. Surgical Corporation and Bristol-Myers Squibb. In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, Mrs. Giuliani helped coordinate the efforts of the Family Assistance Center at Pier 94. Judith was a Founding Member of the Board of Trustees of the Twin Towers Fund, which raised and distributed $216,000,000 to over 600 recipients.
In 2008, Giuliani ran for the Republican nomination for President of the United States. During his campaign, he galvanized the national debate on such critical issues as national security, education, energy independence, healthcare, and the economy. The policy commitments Mayor Giuliani made to the American people remain vitally important to America’s future.
Tamara holds an impressive track record in health care innovation, including nearly a decade with Xerox that culminated in her serving as Chief Innovation Officer for the company’s $3 billion health care business. In this role, she created and managed the division’s new product strategy and innovation portfolio. She also developed Xerox’s telehealth strategy and product portfolio and led the research, launch and delivery of its population health management solution. Early in her tenure with Xerox she served as CEO of Merisight, the company’s corporate digital health startup, and as Chief Business Officer of its Palo Alto Research Center, a provider of customer research, development and technology services.
Tamara’s background also includes leadership roles in the pharmaceutical industry with Abbott Labs and Roche, and with multiple health care startups. Most recently, she was Chief Operating Officer of BaseHealth, Inc., a predictive health platform designed to forecast health risks and manage population health.
Tamara holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of California, Davis, an MBA with a focus in finance, from Columbia University, and a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from San Francisco State University. Among many honors, she was named to Health Data Management’s Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT in 2016 and has been a three-time HIMSS social media ambassador.
Andrew Rosenberg, M.D. is the Chief Information Officer for Michigan Medicine, which includes the University of Michigan Health System and Medical School. Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the best hospitals in the nation, Michigan Medicine consists of three hospitals, 125 clinics, and home care operations that handle more than 2.1 million outpatient visits and 48,000 inpatient discharges annually.
As CIO, Rosenberg guides the strategic vision of secure, reliable, interoperable, and cost efficient IT services. He also manages a health IT organization consisting of 900 employees, a $168M annual operating budget, a $20M annual capital budget, and a $150M installed IT core asset base (e.g., data centers, network, storage, servers, devices).
Rosenberg is the Health IT Steward for the University of Michigan. He is a tenured Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Critical Care, & Internal Medicine.
Previously, Rosenberg served as the Chief Medical Information Officer and the Executive Director of Information and Data Management for the University of Michigan Health System, where he oversaw reporting, data warehousing, enterprise document management, and HIE services.
Rosenberg attended Johns Hopkins Medical School where he completed a residency in Internal Medicine. Subsequently, he completed residencies in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. He was a Robert Wood Johnson Fellow at the University of Michigan as well as one of the early diplomats with board certification in Clinical Informatics.
His recent work in informatics has been in the areas of designing and implementing enterprise analytics programs for academic medical centers and integrating large scale enterprise clinical electronic information systems to health system research IT capabilities. His expertise includes initiating and maturing a variety of governance organization and implementation strategies to successfully accomplish these socio-technical projects to advance learning health organizations.
Andrew can be reached by email at email@example.com
Edward Marx, is the Chief Information Officer for the Cleveland Clinic. Partnering with Clinic leaders, responsibilities include development and execution of strategic planning and governance, driving optimal resource utilization, team development and ensuring organizational support. Develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes.
Edward earned his B.S. in psychology and a M.S. in design, merchandising and consumer sciences from Colorado State University.
Edward began his career serving in the OR prior to physician services at Poudre Valley Health System. Recruited to Parkview Episcopal Medical Center, he served as CIO for its management services organization and director over physician systems. In 1997, he joined HCA as chief technologist for its physician services organization. In 1999, Edward moved to University Hospitals, a multi-hospital academic health system. In 2003, he became CIO and served five years before being recruited by Texas Health. Ed served as the Senior Vice President/CIO of Texas Health for almost 8 years. As an organizaiton, his team went on to win every major healthcare award for technology to include the Davies Award and CIO of the Year. In 2015, Ed spent over two years as executive vice president of the Advisory Board on loan to New York City Health & Hospital where he reported to the CEO and provided technology leadership. Concurrent with his healthcare career, he served 15 years in the Army Reserve, first as a combat medic and then as a combat engineer officer.
Edward is active with professional organizations, advisory boards and higher education. He is a Fellow of both the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). He is on the CHIME Faculty for the CIO Boot Camp, training aspiring health care technology professionals. He served as president of the Ohio and Tennessee Chapters of HIMSS and chaired the Membership Services Committee. Edward served on the CIO advisory boards for HP, Cisco, AT&T, KLAS and Microsoft. He also served on boards for Texas Christian University, University of Texas at Dallas, and Southern Methodist University. Additionally, Edward was the governor-appointed chairman of the Texas Health Services Authority, providing leadership over Texas health information exchange for 8 years.
The HIMSS/CHIME 2013 CIO of the Year, Edward is branded as one of the top 10 disruptive forces in healthcare. Team accolades include perennial rankings on the Computer World “100 Best Places to Work,” HIMSS “Top Ten Places to Work,” American Hospital Association “Most Wired,” Health Leaders “Marketing Awards,” CHIME, AHA and CIO “Most Innovative,” Information Week “Top 100,” and the Project Management Institute “Top Projects.” Several of his team have been recognized as “Ones to Watch.” Edward was recognized by both CIO and Computer World as “Top 100 Leaders” and the Dallas Business Journal as “Newcomer of the Year.” He has won the coveted “People’s Choice” award (HISsies) for top health care CIO four years in a row (2010-2013). Texas Health hospitals and clinics achieved the EMRAM Stage 7 designation and won the coveted “Davies Award” for best use of technology to enable business and clinical outcomes. Beckers identified Ed as the “Top 25 most influential executives in healthcare” as well as the “Top 26 smartest healthcare IT professionals.” Beckers identified Edward as the 2015 “top healthcare IT executive” and the 2016 “17 Most Influential Leaders in Healthcare.”
Edward is an active communicator. His blog, “CIO Unplugged,” receives thousands of hits monthly. A frequent magazine contributor and conference speaker, he is active with social media via Twitter and LinkedIn.
A passion for athletics, Edward has completed over 100 triathlons, including multiple Ironman and Escape from Alcatraz races. A member of TeamUSA, he placed in the top 25 (age group) at the 2014 World Duathlon (standard) Championships in Spain and top 100 overall at the World Championship Duathlon (long course) in Switzerland. The only athlete to make both teams, he also raced for TeamUSA at each of the 2015 and 2016 World Championships. Ed became the first athlete to qualify for all 3 Duathlon race distances at the 2017 national championships and will represent TeamUSA at the 2018 world championships. Ed also climbs mountains and is focused on reaching the summit of the highest peaks on each continent. Ed and his wife Simran have five kids ages 14-28. Simran is a nurse and a fitness enthusiast. They share a love for dancing, specifically Argentine Tango and Bachata. Edward published his first book in 2014 called, “Extraordinary Tales of a Rather Ordinary Guy”. His second book, “Voices of Innovation” will be published in 2018.
Jonathan Manis, a former clinician and veteran health care information technology leader, currently serves as the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Sutter Health of Sacramento, CA. With more than 30 acute care hospitals, hundreds of primary care clinics and sites of care, and annual revenues in excess of $13B, Sutter Health is one of the largest and most respected integrated health care provider organizations in the country.
Manis is a seasoned CIO with more than 25 years of IT leadership experience. He joined Sutter Health in 2006 from Illinois-based Provena Health, where he served as System Vice President of Administrative Services and CIO. Prior to Provena, Manis was Vice President, Information Systems for Advocate Healthcare in Chicago and, before Advocate, he was Chief Technology Officer for Sterling Health of Miami, FL.
A native Floridian, Manis grew up on Cocoa Beach with America’s space program. After working summers at both NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and nearby Disney World, Manis enlisted in the US Navy and was trained as a licensed practical nurse. He served as a Hospital Corpsman on submarines and as a combat medic for the US Marine Corps before being selected to attend the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. Parachute and SCUBA qualified, Manis was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the US Marine Corps and was trained as an artillery officer. Manis served as a Forward Observer and Fire Direction Officer, and participated in combat operations in Panama and Haiti. During Desert Shield/ Desert Storm, Manis served as a Tactical Fire Support Coordination Officer for coalition forces. Following graduate school at the US Naval Academy Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA, Manis was promoted and assigned to the Pentagon in Washington, DC where he managed information systems for the Navy and Marine Corps. Manis accepted an early military retirement offer in 1994.
A decorated combat arms officer, Manis attended the United States Naval Academy and Auburn University. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science/ Information Systems Management from the U.S. Naval Academy Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA, and he has completed continuing graduate education coursework at Stanford University, UC Berkeley and the University of Michigan. Manis is a regularly featured speaker regarding technology and information systems management and he has authored multiple professional articles on the topics of information technology management and support function leadership.
Jon Manis and his wife, Bobbi, make their home in Granite Bay, CA. With two school-aged children, they enjoy skiing, scuba diving, sailing, and family travel. He has yet to master the guitar.