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HCPEA Board & Young Leaders Meetings

The Vista Library

Registration Open / Welcome Cocktail Event

The Empire Terrace

Opening Dinner

Onsite at the Montage featuring the not to be missed (and mind blowing) mentalist Oz Pearlman

The Empire Room

Optional Morning Hike

On property

Networking Breakfast

The Empire Lounge

Programming

The Empire Room

Welcome

AI Perception & the Mixed Reality

Lila Tretikov, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft

The Gender Equation in Private Markets

Dr. Punam Keller,  Charles Henry Jones Third Century Professor of Management and Faculty Director, Center for Business, Government, and Society at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

Break

Washington Outlook – Healthcare in an Election Year

John Barkett, MD, BRG Healthcare Transactions & Strategy Practice

Jack Oliver,  Founding Partner of Finback Investment Partners and co-founder and Managing Partner at Dock Square Capita

Steve Elmendorf, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Avoq

AI & Healthcare

John P Glaser, Executive-in-Residence at Harvard Medical School and former senior vice president of Population Health

Merrill Anovick, President & COO, 25M Health

Craig Richardville, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Intermountain Health

Keynote Lunch with Andrew Huberman

Free Time / Activities Available

Private dinner at Park City’s Top-Rated restaurant, Riverhorse on Main

(buses depart lobby at 5:30 pm; shuttles returning throughout the evening until 12:30 am)

Departures

Andrew Huberman

Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the department of neurobiology, and by courtesy, psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford School of Medicine. He has made numerous significant contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function and neural plasticity, which is the ability of our nervous system to rewire and learn new behaviors, skills and cognitive functioning.

Huberman is a McKnight Foundation and Pew Foundation Fellow and was awarded the Cogan Award, given to the scientist making the most significant discoveries in the study of vision, in 2017. His lab’s most recent work focuses on the influence of vision and respiration on human performance and brain states such as fear and courage. He also works on neural regeneration and directs a clinical trial to promote visual restoration in diseases that cause blindness.

Huberman is also actively involved in developing tools now in use by the elite military in the U.S. and Canada, athletes, and technology industries to optimize performance in high stress environments, enhance neural plasticity, mitigate stress and optimize sleep.

Work from the Huberman Laboratory at Stanford School of Medicine has been published in top journals including Nature, Science and Cell and has been featured in TIME, BBC, Scientific American, Discover and other top media outlets.

In 2021, Dr. Huberman launched the Huberman Lab podcast. The podcast is frequently ranked in the top 10 of all podcasts globally and is often ranked #1 in the categories of Science, Education, and Health & Fitness.

Craig Richardville

Craig Richardville is the Senior Vice President & Chief Digital and Information Officer at Intermountain Health, an integrated delivery network (IDN) based in Salt Lake City, Utah. As a member of the Enterprise Leadership Team, Craig’s responsibilities include leading all aspects of the health system’s information technology and digital services involving strategy, applications, operations, information security, informatics, data and analytics in leading the system’s digital transformation and information automation.

Prior to Intermountain Health, Craig served as Senior Vice President & Chief Information and Analytics Officer at Atrium Health for more than 20 years, where he transformed the growing company into a national leader in the effective use of technology, utilizing data as a driver and digital services as a differentiator.

Craig notably earned the 2021 National CIO of the Year ORBIE Award, the 2020 Colorado CIO of the Year Award, and the 2017 Carolinas CIO of the Year Award for his leadership and continued impact using technology and digital services across all industries. Craig was awarded the prestigious 2015 John E. Gall, Jr. National CIO of the Year Award from CHIME and HIMSS.

Craig earned his master’s degree in business administration and also his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Toledo.

Jack Oliver

Jack Oliver is Managing Partner of Finback Investment Partners, a private equity firm he co-founded with Governor Jeb Bush.

Jack served as Advisor to Barclays/Lehman Brothers, providing counsel for clients across investment banking and capital markets. He is a Senior Advisor to Aspiration, 8vc, Palantir, Addepar, Leeo, and Rubicon.

Jack served as National Finance Vice-Chairman for Bush-Cheney; CEO of the RNC; National Finance Director for George W. Bush’s 2000 presidential campaign; Co-Chair of Jeb Bush’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Jack has various philanthropic endeavors including: ONE Campaign; Robin Hood Leadership Council; Council of Foreign Relations; George Bush Presidential Library; National Leadership Committee of the George W. Bush Foundation; and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Jack received a BA in political science from Vanderbilt University and JD from the University of Missouri at Columbia.

John Barkett

John Barkett is a Managing Director in BRG’s Healthcare Transactions and Strategy practice, where he counsels health plans, hospital systems, life sciences companies, consumer groups, coalitions and financial institutions, among others, on a range of issues related to transactions in the healthcare space.

Prior to joining BRG John served as the Senior Policy Advisor for Health Care Delivery System Reform on the White House Domestic Policy Council, where he covered drug pricing reform, Medicare Advantage and Part D, and value-based care. He also previously served on the faculty of the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, where he was an Assistant Scientist and Health Policy Scholar.

John was the Senior Director of Policy Affairs for Willis Towers Watson from 2012-2021. He worked for Extend Health, the nation’s largest private Medicare exchange, before it was acquired by Towers Watson in 2012.

Before joining Extend Health, John served on the Health Subcommittee staff of the Ways and Means Committee in the House of Representatives and the Office of Health Reform in the Department of Health and Human Services, during which time worked on the writing, passage, and implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and helped guide the implementation of all sections of the Affordable Care Act related to delivery system reform.

Previously, John worked for Athenahealth, Inc., a revenue-cycle management and electronic medical record company, and Medica HealthCare Plans, Inc., a Medicare Advantage plan.

John earned an MBA in health care management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated cum laude from Harvard College, with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a secondary field in health care policy.

John Glaser

John is an Executive-in-Residence at Harvard Medical School. He is a former senior vice president of Population Health, at Cerner Corporation. Previously he was chief executive officer of Siemens Heath Services. Prior to Siemens, John was chief information officer at Partners HealthCare.

John was the founding chair of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the past-president of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). He is a former Senior Advisor to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Health and Human Services.

John serves on the boards of the Scottsdale Institute, National Committee for Quality Assurance, Wellsheet, Neu Health, Lumeon, Mass Health Data Consortium and Relatient.

John has received numerous industry awards including the John P. Glaser Innovation Award (established by the School of Biomedical Informatics, UTHealth), William B. Stead Thought Leadership Award (American Medical Informatics Association) and the Lifetime Achievement Award (CHIME).

John received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He is on the faculty of the UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics and the Harvard School of Public Health. He was previously on the faculty of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Lila Tretikov

Lila Tretikov is a highly regarded American and French board director, CEO, entrepreneur, investor, and executive. She is a distinguished leader in AI and technology with extensive experience navigating major market disruptions fueled by technological advancements. Lila is known for top global brands as CEO and senior executive and brings a wealth of experience from founding multiple technology companies. She is renowned for her strategic foresight, customer-centric ethos, and talent for propelling exponential growth across Fortune 50 and other high-profile organizations.

Lila brings expertise that spans governance, strategic leadership, revenue growth, product portfolio refinement, and pioneering technology innovation. Her strong drive, executive leadership, and deep AI expertise make her a valuable asset for any board aiming to drive transformative strategies and achieve sustainable business success in today’s dynamic business landscape.

With an impressive track record of leadership with five international public boards and more than 10 private boards across six countries, Lila is well-versed in navigating diverse governance landscapes across the globe. She has consistently shepherded companies through M&A and IPO to realize value for shareholders. As a board member she brings expertise in technology-powered business transformation for companies such as Volvo, Xylem, Capgemini, and Sophia Genetics. Her past board engagements include notable contributions to companies like Namr, Rackspace, OpenEd, Bonsai.ai, Zoomerang, CrunchBase, and Onfido reflecting a proven track record of advising leaders and companies in anticipating and harnessing disruptive market and technology shifts from cloud to mobile to AI.

In her most recent corporate position, Lila was Deputy CTO, CVP at Microsoft where she was instrumental in shaping Microsoft’s future growth through large-scale AI transformation. Before joining Microsoft, Lila was SVP Engie, CEO & Vice Chair Terrawatt at Engie (EPA:ENGI) where she led the company’s transition to renewable energy sources and cutting-edge technologies while the company divested from carbon based energy sources. Previously, Lila was CEO at Wikipedia Foundation & Endowment where she introduced AI strategy, reversed a decline in readership and editorship, and grew revenues by 270%. Before that, she was CXO at SugarCRM; GM Risk & Compliance at Bank of America; CEO & Founder of Gork Digital which created the first genomic browser.

Lila studied Art and Artificial Intelligence at the University of California, Berkeley. She completed executive graduate programs at Stanford University and the University of Oxford. Lila is recognized among Forbes’ Top 100 Most Powerful Women and honored with the prestigious designation of Young Global Leader (YGL) by the World Economic Forum. She is a frequent speaker and authored numerous articles, patents and inventions across areas of technology, science, management, and policy. Her visionary leadership endeavors to positively impact the human trajectory through technology and shepherd it toward an inspired and sustainable future.

Merrill Anovick

Merrill is the co-founder and President of 25m Health. He launched 25m Health in partnership with Apollo, Lifepoint Health, and Scion in November 2021. He sits on the 25m Health Investment Committee and oversees both the investing and incubation strategies.​

Merrill co-founded and sits on the board of 25m Health’s first incubation, Kouper Health, a platform focused on creating an integrated transition of care experience for patients, providers, and payors. Kouper’s most recent financing round was led by General Catalyst.

Merrill also led investments in Thrive Health Tech, Midi Health, Peer Supply, Keragon, Operait, and Swap Health. Merrill sits on the Boards of Kouper Health, Gratia Health, and Peer Supply.​

Merrill previously worked at Google across Product Management, Business Development, and Marketing leadership roles. Merrill was part of the founding team of Google Fi, now a +$1B top-line business. As a Business Development Manager on the early Android Go team, he negotiated distribution deals with wireless carriers in Nigeria, South Africa, and India.

Merrill graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science, and earned an MBA from the Harvard Business School. He sits on the Associate Board of Gilda’s Club of New York.​

Punam A. Keller

Dr. Punam A. Keller is the Charles Henry Jones Third Century Professor of Management and Faculty Director, Center for Business, Government, and Society at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Dr. Keller was formerly the President of the Association for Consumer Research (ACR) and was nominated an ACR Fellow in 2017. Through the years, Dr. Keller has served as a consumer research consultant and educator to a variety of financial educators including FINRA foundation, CFPB, CFA, OECD, Filene Institute, NASAA, DCIIA, PSNC, P&I, Dimensional, Goldman Sachs and NARPP. She has developed social marketing plans to promote financial education for the OFEFA, U.S. Department of Treasury, and NEFE. She served as the Social Marketing Officer of the Financial Literacy Center under Director AnnaMaria Lusardi, funded by the SSA. She serves as a Trilantic Council member and a Troublemakers for Good board member.

Steve Elmendorf

Steve is widely recognized as one of Washington, D.C.,’s preeminent political and legislative strategists. With a career on Capitol Hill and in politics spanning more than 30 years, Steve’s tenure in Washington has been grounded in daily interaction with the White House, administration officials, senators, members of Congress, and leading interest groups on the front lines of the major policy debates of the last decades.

Since 2006, Steve has represented some of the nation’s most important corporations, trade associations and organizations on critical legislative and regulatory issues, helping to drive their businesses, build their brands and expand their market shares. He has run advocacy coalitions, built legislative plans and executed political strategies that have influenced the discussion and won outcomes for clients.

Steve was the highest-level Democratic staffer in the House of Representatives as chief of staff to the House Democratic Leader, and previously worked in the Senate as well. He served as a senior advisor to three presidential campaigns and has maintained an active political role in House, Senate and gubernatorial campaigns. He has consistently been listed among the most influential leaders in Washington by multiple publications and commented for both cable TV and print media on the outlook in Washington.

Steve is the social media manager for Truman, his dog and best friend, past chairman of the LGBT Victory Fund and a trustee of his alma mater, Trinity College.

Alex Albert, Patient Square Capital
Scott Ames, Blue Sea Capital
John Barkett, BRG
Kent Berkley, Frazier Healthcare Partners
Clarissa Berman, Frazier Healthcare Partners
Sheila Biggs, Jarrard Inc
Andrew Cavanna, Apax Partners LLP
Amy Christensen, The Vistria Group
Ira Coleman, MWE
Brad Coppens, InTandem Capital Partners
John DiGiovanni, Arsenal Capital Partners
Harry Eichelberger, Archimedes Health Investors
Steve Elmendorf, Subject Matter+Kivvit
Adaeze Enekwechi, WCAS
Tim Fitzsimmons, LorientCapital

Scott Gallin, Linden Capital Partners
Anirudh Goel, EY Parthenon
Gene Gorbach, Arsenal Capital Partners
Josh Hamrick, HealthEdge Investment Partners
Josh Hausman, Onex
Sam Hendler, Thomas H. Lee Partners
Paul Hepper, Harris Williams
Taylor Holland, Arsenal Capital Partners
Harrison Hunte, Stone Point Capital
Fazle Husain, CVC Capital Partners
David Jones, Coppermine Capital
Elizabeth Jurinka, Vistria PRG
Brian Kane, CVS Health
Miki Kapoor, Linden Capital Partners
Lisa Kapp, Advent International

Sarah Kim, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice
Kevin Kohl, BRG
Amr Kronfo, Warburg Pincus
Geoff Lieberthal, Two Sigma Impact
Dan Linsalata, Harris Williams
Ted Lundberg, Peloton Equity
Pavithra Mahesh, Apax Partners LLP
Rich Mattera, United Health Group
Micah Meisel, Oak Hill Capital
Brian Miller, Linden Capital Partners
Savi Mittal, EY
Church Moore, Kelso & Company
Jo Natauri, Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Joshua Nelson, Thomas H. Lee Partners
David Nguyen, Court Square Capital Partner

Nicholas O’Leary, WCAS
Jack Oliver, Finback Investment Partners
James Olsen, Concord Health Partners
Claire Pearson, Barclays
Tim Porter, Audax Private Equity
Sylvia Qiu, CVC Capital Partners
Christina Miller Reszka, Frazier Healthcare Partners
Jerry Sokol, MWE
Mike Sullivan, BRG
Mark Sullivan, Linden Capital Partners
Michael Vaupen, Vestar Capital Partners
Colin Walmsley, Barclays
Taylor Whitman, Concord Health Partners
Katherine Wood, TPG Capital
Connie Zhou, Centerbridge Partners