In this episode Sarah Krevans, president and CEO of Sutter Heath, joins Renee at the Table. Sarah and Renee insightfully explore many pressing topics in the healthcare industry including COVID, maternal health equity, the value of integrative networks, and the future of care delivery. Sarah also shares about her family background and how that has impacted her today, specifically in the area of health equity.
In this episode, Aneesh Chopra, president and co-founder of Care Journey, joins Renee at The Table. Aneesh shares many insights from his time as the United States’ first Chief Technology Officer and the vision for the future of healthcare from a technology perspective. Aneesh and Renee explore the topics of healthcare data sharing, the benefits of transitioning to value-based care, and the importance and practicality of working together for health equity.
In this episode, Judy Faulkner, founder and CEO of Epic, brings her philosophy of, “you have to laugh to learn” to The Table. Judy shares from her years of leadership experience about her thoughts on the future of healthcare, future orientation for decision-making, and making a difference with the culture inside your organization.
In this episode, Sonia Rhodes, Founder and CEO of The Experience Lab, joins Renee at The Table. Sonia has worked with experience design focused on healthcare for 20 years and has much to share about how to design memorable experiences that leave a lasting impact. Their conversation covers the hard work of heart work; designing for joy instead of dealing with burnout; the diversity, equity, and inclusion experience; and much more.
In this episode, Michael Serbinis, Founder and CEO of League, joins Renee at The Table. Sharing from his years as an entrepreneur in the tech space, Mike gives insight on engaging customers and solving big problems and how this applies to the healthcare industry. He also shares about problems and solutions for digital health, the value of mission-oriented teams, and the value of “fear as fuel.”
In this episode, Stephen Jones, M.D., President & CEO of Inova Health System, joins Renee at The Table. They explore how Inova being an early mover in requiring the COVID vaccine for employees brings a competitive advantage, how Stephen has implemented the ‘care first’ vision throughout the organization, and the ongoing work that Inova is doing to build a culture of well-being and safety for employees.
In this episode, Florian Otto, Co-Founder & CEO of Cedar, sits down with Renee at The Table. As a true outsider to U.S. healthcare, Florian and his company bring a fresh approach to the uniquely American challenge of paying for care. Their conversation covers price transparency, patient engagement, digital compassion, and authentic leadership.
In this episode, Gene Woods, President & CEO of Atrium Health, joins Renee at The Table. They explore how to invoke the same ingenuity and collaboration that landed us on the moon to closing health disparities. Later, Gene shares insights on consumer orientation from his board service with Best Buy, and Renee learns more about his not-so-secret musical talent.
In this episode, Erickajoy Daniels, SVP and Chief DE&I Officer, Advocate Aurora Health, joins Renee at The Table. They explore how Advocate Aurora has made an organization-wide commitment to equity-like leveraging its spending power through supplier diversity to benefit the community and engaging all team members, from providers to the executive suite.
In this episode, Brian Regan, General Partner and Head of Healthcare, WCAS, joins Renee at The Table for a conversation on two main topics. First, they cover the evolving private equity landscape in healthcare and processes for evaluating potential investments and partnerships. Later, they discuss effective leadership at scale, including the moral and business imperative of cultivating diverse talent.
In this episode, Jaewon Ryu, M.D., J.D., President & CEO, Geisinger, sits down with Renee at The Table. The conversation is centered on Dr. Ryu’s vision of making healthcare more accessible for all, and how that unifying theme has come to life in a variety of initiatives at Geisinger.
In this episode, Renee is joined at The Table with Carl Armato, President & CEO, Novant Health. They discuss what it means for white male leaders to be an ally and show up on DE&I. Description: During the conversation, Carl shares the many ways he has pushed to fully embed diversity and inclusion throughout an organization.
In this episode, Terry Myerson, CEO, Truveta, sits down at The Table with Renee. After 21 years at Microsoft, Terry joined Truveta -a new healthcare technology company co-founded by 14 Leading Health Systems with a mission to “save lives with data.”
Their conversation covers Terry’s time at Microsoft, Truveta’s potential, and balancing the transformative power of health data with principled and ethical use.
In this first episode of The Academy Table, host Renee DeSilva interviews Dr. Mary Jo Cagle, chief operating officer of Cone Health in Greensboro, NC. Together, they delve into the topics of diversity, women in the workplace, healing from discrimination, and Dr. Cagle’s future.
The Academy Table is a podcast that serves up real conversations and an occasional good debate on issues impacting healthcare. The Table will feature the best healthcare leaders and thinkers – many of whom you will know, and some who we will introduce you to for the first time.
About Our Host
Renee DeSilva serves as CEO of The Health Management Academy, partnering with top executives from the nation’s 150 largest and most innovative healthcare companies to shape the future of the industry. Under Renee’s leadership, The Academy has launched a broad array of new research programs, strategic partnerships and leadership initiatives.
With more than two decades of experience in the healthcare industry, Renee is a sought-after speaker, moderator, panelist and host. Informed by The Academy’s more than 65 annual events featuring c-suite healthcare decision-makers and innovators, she has unique insight into the challenges and opportunities facing the industry. She is frequently asked to speak on health system transformation catalyzed by COVID-19 and issues of race and representation in healthcare leadership.