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 Export to Your Calendar 3/7/2019
When: Thursday, March 7, 2019
6:00 - 8:30 pm
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The Conference Center
130 East 59th Street
Room 706-708
New York, New York  10019
United States
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Investing in The Future of Healthcare Delivery


What are the megatrends that are shaping our healthcare system’s evolution, and will shape the next generation of healthcare delivery?

Twenty years ago, the vast majority of healthcare delivery came through traditional channels such as community hospitals and physician’s offices. Since then, technological advances have enabled new ways of accessing care and made data management as valuable to health systems as medical management. Enormous reimbursement pressures have forced traditional providers to examine their business models, leading to M&A and new risk-sharing models. An aging population, new and more expensive therapies, and other drivers are spurring a demand for more efficiencies. These forces are encouraging new partnerships and associations, driving M&A and providing opportunities—and challenges—for investors and entrepreneurs.

This panel will address:

• Where do the leading healthcare investors see opportunities to address some of the most critical structural and strategic problems?
• What does this transformation mean for vendors, providers, and investors, patients?
• How are hospitals using AI and other tools to achieve operational and financial efficiency?
• Can these deliver on the Triple Aim (better cost, quality, and overall population health)?


Panelists (bios below):

  Ezra Mehlman (Moderator),
 Managing Director at Health Enterprise Partners;
  Lawrence Peter Casalino, MD, Chief of the Division of Health Policy and Economics in the Department of Healthcare Policy and Research at Weill Cornell Medical College;
  Vignesh Chandramouli, Principal of Oak Street Health;
  Angela Profeta, Sr. Vice President at  CITYMD, MPH Instructor, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University;
  Alok Sharan, MD, Director of the Spine Center at Wesmed;
  Brent Stackhouse, Vice President of Mount Sinai Ventures.


Date: Thursday, March 7, 2019
Time:  6:00-8:30 pm
Location: The Conference Center, 130 East 59th Street (west of Lexington Ave.), Room, 706-708, NYC
Tickets: CBSACNY Alumni members $35; Non members $45; Student members $20; At the door $60 (space permitting)

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Panelists' bios:

Ezra Mehlman (Moderator) is a managing director at Health Enterprise Partners (HEP) and on the faculty of Columbia Business School. Ezra is on the boards of AxiaMed, CenterPointe Behavioral Health System, InDemand Interpreting, Wildflower Health, and Jvion. He served as a director of Applied Pathways prior to its acquisition by AIM Specialty Health, a division of Anthem, Inc. He sits on the Harvard School of Public Health's Health Policy and Management Executive Council. He joined HEP in 2010, while completing his MBA at Columbia. Prior to joining the team, Ezra was a Senior Analyst at the Advisory Board Company, providing best practice consulting and research services to hospitals and health systems, and a senior consultant in the healthcare practice of Booz Allen Hamilton. Ezra holds a BA cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis.




Lawrence Peter Casalino, MD, is the Livingston Farrand Professor of Public Health and Chief of the Division of Health Policy and Economics in the Department of Healthcare Policy and Research at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Casalino is also the Director of the Physicians Foundation Center for the Study of Physician Practice and Leadership at Weill Cornell and is one of the very few academic researchers in the U.S. who has significant experience in full-time private practice.  Dr. Casalino has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, including many articles in high impact journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, the Annals of Internal Medicine, and Health Affairs. He is the recipient of prestigious awards from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Board of Internal Medicine.  Dr. Casalino has served on numerous national committees and Boards of Directors, including FAIR Health, and as a member of the Congressional Budget Office Panel of Health Advisors, and as a senior advisor to the director of the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).



Vignesh Chandramouli, Principal at Oak Street Health concentrates on growth equity and early-stage venture opportunities in healthcare information services. He is a Board Observer on Axial, Cricket Health, Hometeam, Oncology Analytics, TherapyBrands, and VillageMD. An engineer by training, previously, he was an Associate with LLR Partners, a middle-market growth equity firm where he focused on investments in healthcare services companies. Vig received a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from its School of Engineering and Applied Science.



Angela Profeta, Sr. Vice President,  CITYMD, MPH Instructor, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University







Alok Sharan, MD
is an orthopedic spine surgeon who focuses on minimally invasive spine surgery as well as cervical spine surgery. He is the director of the Spine Center at Wesmed (previously Westchester Medical Group), an independent, multi-speciality medical group employing 500 physicians and 1,500 clinical staff in offices throughout Westchester and Fairfield counties in NY and CT respectively.  After obtaining his undergraduate degree at Boston University he received his medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ. He completed his orthopedic residency at Albany Medical Center and a spine surgery fellowship at NYU Hospital for Joint Disease. He was named an AO Spine Fellow and an AAOS Washington Health Policy Fellow. He recently completed a master’s degree in health care delivery science at Dartmouth College. Prior to joining Westmed, he was chief of the Orthopaedic Spine Service at Montefiore Medical Center.


Brent Stackhouse is the Vice President of Mount Sinai Ventures, the venture investment arm of the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City. His responsibilities include diversifying the portfolio of strategic investments to enhance Mount Sinai’s transition to population health management. He represents Mount Sinai on the board of several portfolio companies, including ambulatory surgery and urgent care centers. He is experienced in public health and health information technology, and serves on Mount Sinai telehealth strategy committee, the Junto Collaborative for health innovation, and is a mentor for the Blueprint Health technology incubator.



This panel was organized by the Healthcare Committee of CBSACNY: Wendy Diller, Brad Pickar ('05), Deepak Mittal ('10), and Tatiana Sorokina ('12).


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