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Consumer-Driven Care Delivery Linda Bosserman, MD Lindsay Conway, MSEd Madelyn Trupkin Herzfeld Andy Shorr Gloria Webster Carla Balch, moderator
Carla Balch, MS Carla is President of Nant. Care and Nant. CRO, focused on bringing immunotherapy treatment and research (QUILT Trials) to community oncology, urology, academics and pediatric oncology centers. She holds a leadership position in the national Cancer Moon. Shot 2020 initiative. www. cancermoonshot 2020. org Prior to joining Nant. Care, she was CEO of Altos Solutions, the creator of the first web-based oncology technology company. Onco. EMR was the first oncology EMR certified for Meaningful Use in the US. Altos Solutions made a very successful exit in May 2014 selling to Google Ventures backed Flatiron Health. Patient advocacy, technology development and research became a passion in 1999, when Carla joined West Clinic, Supportive Oncology Services and ACORN in Memphis, TN as part of internship for Masters in Clinical Psychology.
LINDA BOSSERMAN, MD, FACP Dr. Bosserman is an Assistant Clinical Professor and Staff Physician at the City of Hope in Rancho Cucamonga, California, where she practices medical oncology for women with breast and gyn cancers and works with the COH oncology network in their transition to value based cancer care. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Women's cancer care, cancer prevention, clinical trials and quality cancer care delivery are Dr. Bosserman’s primary areas of interest. While Medical Director of the Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center in Pomona, California, she pioneered an integrated psychosocial oncology program and established the Breast Health Center for diagnostic services. She also directed the Comprehensive Breast Health Task Force, a multidisciplinary community coalition to evaluate and promote high quality, coordinated breast health for the diverse and multicultural residents of the Inland Pomona Valleys. She now serves as the medical director of Breast Health at San Antonio Community Hospital. Dr. Bosserman has served on the Board of Directors and chaired the Breast Health Committee of the California division of the American Cancer Society. Dr. Bosserman was a founding board member of the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) where she lobbied for accessible, affordable quality cancer care and implemented the Quality, Safety and Pay for Performance (QSP) committee. She is also a co-editor of Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology. Dr. Bosserman practiced at Wilshire Oncology Medical Group for 25 years, was practice president for its last 10 years and led their pioneering work in oncology medical home (OMH) for both a large capitated IPA and their 3 year Anthem Blue Cross OMH pilot. Wilshire Oncology affiliated with US Oncology in October of 2010 then left to join the City of Hope oncology network in September of 2014 to expand their focus on value based care in their southern California service area. Dr. Bosserman is now a clinical assistant professor working to expand value based cancer care at 14 network oncology sites partnered with the central Duarte campus which is a founding NCCN member and NCI designated comprehensive cancer center.
LINDSAY CONWAY, MSED The Advisory Board Company Managing Director [email protected] com Lindsay has been with the Research & Insights division of The Advisory Board Company since 2006. As a Managing Director, she conducts and oversees research for the Oncology Roundtable and the Pharmacy Executive Forum. During her tenure with the Oncology Roundtable, she has led research studies on the implications of health care reform for cancer patients and providers, growth strategy, care transformation, patientcentered care, cost control strategies, and revenue cycle operations. She has also worked with several other Advisory Board memberships including the Cardiovascular Roundtable, Nursing Executive Center, Philanthropy Leadership Council, and IT Insights. Her interests in pharmacy include the hospital-owned specialty pharmacy business, retail pharmacy strategy, cost containment strategies, and elevating the role of pharmacists in patient care. Lindsay received her MSEd in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania. She received her bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from Cornell University.
Madelyn Trupkin Herzfeld was Founder, President, and General Manager of the Institute for Medical Education & Research, Inc. (IMER), where she led the development of accredited oncology continuing education/continuing medical education programs for nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals specializing in oncology for 12 years. IMER was sold in 2007 to United Biosource Corporation, which was acquired by Medco Health Solutions (2010) and later Express Scripts Corporation (2011). Ms. Herzfeld earned dual degrees in business (concentration: Health Care Public Policy and Management) and nursing from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and School of Nursing, respectively. She began her career at Bear, Stearns & Co. as a financial analyst in its investment banking healthcare services/pharmaceutical group and subsequently served as an associate for Pinnacle Partners, a boutique investment bank focused on middle-market healthcare service companies.
Andrew Shorr Andrew Schorr of Seattle is a medical journalist who was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia in 1996. By participating in a clinical trial he has enjoyed a deep and lasting remission which has enabled him to be a pioneer in providing authoritative medical information online for other people facing serious illness. As a passionate patient-advocate, and with support from many of America's leading medical centers, Andrew has hosted and helped produce several thousand webcasts and videos for patients who have cancer or a wide range of chronic and acute medical concerns. In 2005, Andrew left Health. Talk he had started in 1992 to found Patient Power LLC, first as a weekly radio show for patients and soon thereafter as a growing website and producer of syndicated medical talk shows nationwide. Andrew hosts nearly every program. Many of the nation's leading medical centers have supported Patient Power either financially or by donating medical experts time for programs. Increasingly medical products companies, with no strings attached, have approached Andrew to support his efforts at patient empowerment. In 2009, Andrew joined with like-minded patient advocates to form the non-profit Patient Empowerment Network. Andrew is also the author of The Web-Savvy Patient: An Insider's Guide to Navigating the Internet When Facing Medical Crisis, published in the spring of 2011. In the book, Andrew shares the real-life success stories of powerful patients to help individuals feel confident using the Internet to find reliable medical information, connect with others, and use what they learn in effective conversations with their doctors. Find out more at www. websavvypatient. com.
Gloria Webster Harvard MPA/Dively Fellow and UNC-CH Morehead Scholar. Gloria’s made an international career applying the art and science of multi-variate utility analysis and design thinking to solve thorny multi-stakeholder problems. Losing her father too young to cancer, Gloria’s work to better cancer care and prevention isn’t just professional, it’s personal. Webster co-founded Silicon Valleybased Patients. With. Power, Inc. and is a Cancer Commons Research Partner to bring cancer patients the right information/data (truly personalized, free) at the right time (just-in-time or just-ahead of time for planning) in the right form (accurate, evidence-based, accessible, easy to understand, updatable).