BROADBAND ILLINOIS - Key Persons


Andrew Marchese

Andrew Marchese covers the North Central US for Microsoft's Health and Life Sciences team. He works with customers, product groups, account teams and strategic partners to define, develop and drive healthcare solutions built upon the Microsoft platform. A graduate of the University of MN, Andrew has 18 years' experience in technology and 7 working with Microsoft's healthcare customers.

Angie Grover

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Co - Founder of Metopio
Angie Grover is a co-founder of Metopio. Metopio was created by data scientists, healthcare executives and public health champions who needed a tool that could deliver and communicate actionable insights about places and populations to drive better policy and business decisions. The platform is a start-to-finish, analytics as a service tool that brings together data, analytics and insights into one place so you can ask a question, get an answer, and accelerate your impact. Prior to launching Metopio, she served as the Vice President for Government Affairs and Public Policy at AMITA Health, the largest health system based in Illinois which includes 19 hospitals, 230 sites of care powered by more than 26,000 dedicated employees serving over 6 million patients in the Chicagoland area. Angie identified opportunities for the health system to make a difference, and won awards for her work to advance telehealth in the state.

Ann Ford

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Secretary of the Board of Directors
  • Partner at Hall Prangle & Schoonveld
Ann Ford is a partner at Hall Prangle & Schoonveld. She provides strategic, business and legal advice to clients in the highly regulated healthcare industry in compliance, regulatory and transactional matters. Her experience includes over 15 years of executive leadership in healthcare organizations. Prior to joining Hall Prangle & Schoonveld, as the chief compliance officer and deputy general counsel of an international medical device, supply and distribution company, Ann developed global and US-based programs in healthcare compliance and worked on strategic acquisitions. She has also served as general counsel of two Chicago hospitals and as a partner in a professional liability litigation firm in Chicago. Before the law, Ann practiced high-risk clinical nursing in obstetrics, pediatrics and neonatology, while serving as a member of the Executive Leadership Committee of the Medical Affairs Professional Society, an international organization that promotes medical affairs professionals in the life sciences industry.

Bruce Montgomery

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • CEO of Technology Access Television
Bruce Montgomery is the CEO of Technology Access Television (TATV.org) and hosts the longest running local technology-based television show in Chicago. He is Director and Co-Founder of the Chicago New Media Summit (CNMS08), and a member of the Board of the Illinois Technology Association. Bruce has also been a regular participant and contributor to the Governor's Broadband Deployment Council since its inception in 2005. He is producer and host of "Critics in Black," a weekly entertainment review TV talk show that covers film video, music and nightlife in Chicago and around the world.

Carla Robinson

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Treasurer of the Board of Directors
  • Chief Executive Officer and Co - Founder of Canary Telehealth
Carla Robinson is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Canary Telehealth, a telehealth services company working with payers and providers to increase access to care and detect issues early for high-risk patients. Her firm works extensively in the home setting-providing services such as in-home diabetic retinopathy screening, remote monitoring, health risk screening, and other digital health solutions. Previously,as a McKinsey & Company consultant, Carla worked in management consulting, serving some of the world's largest organizations. She worked extensively with healthcare clients in areas such as medical devices, wellness, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and nanobiotechnology. Her work included markets in the United States, China, Japan, Australia and France. Robinson holds a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where she was named an Austin Scholar. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Howard University with honors.

Chevon M. Rariy

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Chief Medical Officer, Clinical Strategy
Dr. Rariy is the Chief Medical Officer, Clinical Strategy for Care Medical, clinical care delivery arm at Amazon Care at Amazon. Prior to this, she served as VP and Chair of Virtual Health at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), part of City of Hope and Medical Director of Endocrinology.

Clay Wortham

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Legal Counsel for Healthcare Transactional and Regulatory Matters at Wortham LLC
Clay Wortham is Legal Counsel for Healthcare Transactional and Regulatory Matters at Wortham LLC. He focuses on health care transactional and regulatory matters, including structuring and negotiating purchase and supply agreements, telehealth and telemedicine professional services agreements and joint venture arrangements in compliance with federal health care program requirements. He also counsels clients with respect to structuring graduate medical education affiliation agreements and contracting for residency program didactic, administration and resident preceptor services. Clay is very active in the health care technology area, with experience in structuring and negotiating telehealth and telemedicine services agreements between providers, hospital systems and other institutional providers, including both the professional services and technology components of those arrangements.

David P. Mortimer

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Director of Grants at Hospital Sisters Health System
David Mortimer is director of grants at Hospital Sisters Health System. He currently oversees more than $9.6 million in active federal, state and foundation grant projects supporting rural telemedicine and network development for HSHS, a 15-hospital system with nearly 2,300 physician partners and more than 14,600 colleagues in Illinois and Wisconsin. He serves as the Illinois Telehealth Network (ITN) Sustainability & Development Director. David has 28 years of administrative non-profit and health care sector leadership that has included developing grant programs. David's hospital home office is in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Dr. Prentiss Taylor

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Vice President for Medical Affairs at Included Health
Dr. Prentiss Taylor is the Vice President for Medical Affairs at Included Health. Prior to becoming Vice President, he served as a clinician at Doctor On Demand for over four years. Prentiss is focusing on driving clinical innovation through new products and partnerships. He is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and Kellogg Business School. Prentiss is a Fellow in the America College of Physicians.

Dr. Richard Bernstein

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Professor of Neurology
As Professor of Neurology, Northwestern Medicine, Richard Bernstein focuses on neurovascular critical care, stroke, stroke of unknown cause, stroke in young people, acute stroke therapy, atrial fibrillation, and stem cell therapy for stroke. He received his doctorate from Cornell Weill Medical College in 1996 and interned at Mount Sinai Hospital, Illinois. He was a resident at New York Presbyterian Hospital as a neurologist Neurology and a fellow at the University of California-San Francisco Medical Center. He is Board Certified in Neurology and in Vascular Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Ed Simcox

Job Titles:
  • Director - TeleHealth Offer Management, at & T ForHealth Solutions
Ed joined AT&T in July, 2010 as the director responsible for telehealth strategy, offer, and business development in the newly-formed AT&T ForHealth team. AT&T ForHealth is a portfolio of specialized product and service offers harnessing innovative technology focused in four key areas: mHealth, Telehealth, cloud-based healthcare IT solutions, and ATT's healthcare information exchange, Healthcare Community Online. Prior to joining AT&T, Ed held multiple strategic positions at Indiana University Health (formerly, Clarian Health), a large, integrated healthcare provider headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. He was tasked with assembling and leading the Technology Architecture Committee, a governance committee comprised of clinicians and IT specialists who assessed and approved emerging clinical technologies and standards. Ed was responsible for the creating Clarian's first comprehensive IT standards library and implementing enforcement policies. He was the recipient of the 2006 Computerworld Laureate medal and Clarian was awarded Hospitals and Health Networks' Most Wired Hospital award resulting from Ed's work with emerging technologies in the hospital and outpatient settings. Before joining Clarian Health, he was the president and CEO of Saurian technologies, an IT and technology law consulting firm with clients in 32 states. He has recently been involved with the following organizations:

Erin Dougherty Foley

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Partner at Seyforth
Erin Foley is a partner at Seyforth. Attracting, retaining, and managing the performance of employees presents unique and often demanding challenges to employers. Erin provides her clients with proactive and practical advice on how to navigate these challenges. She is also a seasoned employment defense trial lawyer who understands the importance of preparation and partnership with her clients to achieve the right outcome for the situation and the client.

Fatema Zanzi

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Vice Chair of the Board of Directors
  • Chief Legal Officer at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children 's Hospital of Chicago
Fatema Zanzi is the Chief Legal Officer at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, leading the legal services department. She provides strategic counseling on the corporate, transactional and regulatory matters that make it possible for the hospital and its affiliates to meet their business and service objectives. She also provides counsel on compliance with federal and state fraud and abuse laws, Medicare and Medicaid provider enrollment and reimbursement laws, HIPAA privacy and security laws, and healthcare provider licensure and scope of practice requirements. Further, she provides counsel on legal issues arising in regard to medical staff governance. She serves as the Corporate Secretary of the Board of Directors of Lurie Children's and its affiliates and as Chair of the Children's Health Affinity Group of the American Health Lawyers Association.

Gordon Alloway

Job Titles:
  • Project Director for Heartland Telehealth Resource Center
Gordon Alloway is the Project Director for Heartland Telehealth Resource Center. The HTRC provides technical assistance to help health care organizations, networks and providers implement cost-effective telehealth programs serving rural and medically underserved areas and populations. Prior to his current role, Gordon served as a project manager for the University of Kansas Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth. He collected and summarized data for the home telehealth research pilot program and served as the principal contact for TeleNews, the quarterly newsletter published electronically by Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He also worked for the Midwest Alliance for Telehealth & Technology Resources, one of five federally funded telehealth resource centers. Gordon has a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communications from the University of Kansas. He is now completing work on a master's degree in strategic communication from KU.

Gurpreet S. Mander

Job Titles:
  • Chief Physician Executive
  • Member of the Board of Directors
Dr. Gurpreet Mander is Division Chief Physician Executive, Hospital Sisters Health System in Springfield, IL, and Executive Director of the Illinois Telehealth Network ITN). With his leadership, ITN has secured $3.2M in grant funding to support $4.2M in projects including network planning and development, launching pilots, supporting reimbursement and sustainability, securing rural telemedicine equipment, and opioid response planning for rural communities. This past year, Gurpreet provided testimony two times before Illinois legislative committees to expand Medicaid reimbursement for tele-behavioral health. He was appointed to the Illinois Lt. Governor's telehealth task force study committee. Previously, Gurpreet was with SIU School of Medicine as Division chief of Pediatric critical care and has served as Medical Director of St John's Regional referral center, where he helped develop a high-functioning regional transfer center and launched telemedicine programs.

J.P. Korelc

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Director of Health System Sales at Current Health
JP Korelc is director of Health System Sales at Current Health. He has over 10 years of experience in healthcare. He has a background in clinical, revenue cycle, insurance, and telehealth spaces. JP holds a bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Illinois and a master's in Business Administration from Benedictine University. He lives with his wife in La Grange, IL.

Jennifer Breuer

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Vice - Chair of Healthcare Group
Jennifer Breuer is a Partner & Vice-Chair of Healthcare Group, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath. She provides strategic counsel to hospitals, health systems, physician practices, other providers and health technology companies on the transactional, regulatory and compliance matters they must address in the rapidly evolving health care landscape. She also develops data-sharing and privacy compliance strategies related to the use of electronic health records, health information exchanges and other technology platforms.

Jon Linkous

Job Titles:
  • Chief Executive Officer of the American Telemedicine Association
Jon Linkous is the Chief Executive Officer of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), the largest membership-based organization in the world focusing exclusively on providing health and medical care through telecommunications technology. ATA's annual meeting and trade show are among the fastest growing in the country. The Association advocates for changes in public laws that promote the deployment of telemedicine throughout the world. As the chief staff executive of ATA, Mr. Linkous has spoken and written extensively in the U.S. and in other countries on policy issues, emerging applications and market trends affecting telemedicine. Mr. Linkous has over 20 years experience in the nation's capital working in corporate and public sectors. He served as a senior consultant with Issue Dynamics Inc. (IDI), a Washington DC consulting firm specializing in telecommunications and technology policy. While at IDI, Mr. Linkous assisted in the early formation of ATA. For five years he was a leader in the aging services community as the Executive Director of the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging. His principle interest in this position was in using telecommunications and adaptive technology to assist older Americans and their caregivers. Mr. Linkous was also involved for many years in regional planning and economic development, serving as the Deputy Executive Director of the National Association of Regional Councils and at the Appalachian Regional Commission as Director of District Programs. In his early career, he was also active in broadcast and cable television in Ohio. Mr. Linkous holds a Masters of Public Administration from the School of Government and Public Affairs at the American University in Washington, D.C. and a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio with additional postgraduate work at the LBJ School of Public Affairs in Austin, Texas.

Kathy Chorba

Job Titles:
  • Executive Director - California Telehealth Resource Center
Kathy has been a boots-on-the-ground telehealth pioneer since 1996. She grew University of California - Davis's telemedicine network into one of the biggest telehealth networks in the country with over 40 facilities. She knows the ins and outs of telemedicine pitfalls and success strategies, and is now sharing them as Executive Director of the California Telehealth Resource Center (CTRC). Kathy Chorba's background includes 13 years of telemedicine and health informatics experience, gathered from her previous roles at the Center for Connected Health Policy, the University of California Davis, in the Center for Health and Technology, and the Health Informatics Program. Ms. Chorba was a founding member of the UC Davis Center for Health and Technology (CHT) Telemedicine Program, which began in 1996. She continued working with CHT until 2008.At that time she transitioned to the Health Informatics Program, which teaches the incorporation of information and patient care technologies as tools for the researcher, patient care provider, and general population. As a member of the Telemedicine Program's development team, Ms. Chorba played an active leadership role in clinic development, strategic visioning and the development process of new programs and joint ventures. She served as Instructor for the Center for Health and Technology's Telemedicine Learning Center (TLC) from 1999 to 2008, and assumed the role of TLC Director from 2006 to 2008. As an invited guest speaker, Ms. Chorba has presented telemedicine topics at national and bi-national conferences throughout the United States. Throughout Ms. Chorba's history with the UC Davis Health System, she has acquired an extensive clinical operations background in primary care, rural health, and the delivery of specialty care. In her role as Telemedicine Operations Manager, Ms. Chorba has successfully implemented more than 30 UC Davis specialty clinics at more than 40 community hospitals and clinics throughout California. Ms. Chorba's exposure to the diverse medical needs of California's rural communities provides her with a wealth of knowledge regarding the challenges and successes of telemedicine.

Laura Hepp Kessel

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors

Laura Messineo

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Vice President for Virtual Health, Highmark Health
Laura Messineo, Vice President for Virtual Health, Highmark Health, is a dynamic nursing leader in the healthcare industry. Her innovative nursing leadership skills enable her to successfully align corporate strategic goals to operationalize clinical and financial targets. With over a decade of experience within the telemedicine industry, Laura has proven successes implementing telehealth solutions to drive performance and financial metrics. Laura speaks nationally on a variety of topics and sits on various professional boards.

Laura Zaremba

Job Titles:
  • Director of the Illinois Office of Health Information Technology ( OHIT )
Zaremba serves as the Director of the Illinois Office of Health Information Technology (OHIT). In that capacity, she is leading the implementation state's health information technology initiatives. The mission of OHIT is to support the use of health information technology in Illinois to improve health outcomes, increase care coordination and contain costs. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Illinois Rural Health Net and the Governor's Health Care Reform Implementation Council. Zaremba previously served as Deputy Director for the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services. In that capacity, she directed the development and implementation of major agency initiatives, with an emphasis on technology-driven solutions. Prior to joining Healthcare and Family Services, Zaremba served in posts as the Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Local Government during her eight-year tenure with the Illinois Office of the Comptroller, the State's chief fiscal office. She began her career in health care in 1994 with the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, where she served as a state government affairs associate, focusing on state statutory and regulatory scope of practice and reimbursement issues for advanced practiced nurses. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in political science from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and lives in Chicago.

Leon Huddleston

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
Leon is a physician who has more than 15 years of clinical practice in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. His practice has involved the treatment of neurological, musculoskeletal and chronic wound conditions. He also performs disability examinations for veterans across the country. In his work as an attorney he advises his clients on healthcare-related regulatory and compliance matters. This includes HIPAA privacy and security issues, cybersecurity concerns and regulatory agency investigations. In addition, he consults with small businesses on a variety of legal affairs. He is on the board of non-profit organizations that serve the interests of veterans and the community health needs of those in the Chicago southland.

Lisa Schmitz Mazur - Chairman

Job Titles:
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors
  • Partner
Lisa Schmitz Mazur is a partner of the Chicago office of McDermott Will and Emery. She advises health care providers and technology companies on a variety of legal, regulatory and compliance matters with a particular focus on digital health topics, including telehealth, telemedicine, mobile health and consumer wellness. In addition to extensive writing on matters related to her digital health practice, Lisa has spoken at numerous conferences on a variety of digital health topics. She is a co-editor of McDermott's Of Digital Interest blog, co-chairs the Interstate Collaboration in Healthcare Stakeholder Group and chairs the Illinois Telehealth Law Forum Program Planning Committee. Lisa also co-leads the Firm's Digital Health affinity group, bringing together McDermott Health lawyers to develop thought leadership, share information and collaborate on best practices.

Mario Gutierrez

Job Titles:
  • Executive Director
  • Executive Director for the Center for Connected Health Policy
Mario Gutierrez is Executive Director of the Center for Connected Health Policy. Mr. Gutierrez, who joined CCHP in May 2010 as a senior policy associate, brings more than 30 years of experience in California's non-profit health and health philanthropy sectors. Prior to joining CCHP, Mr. Gutierrez served as a program director with The California Endowment for 12 years, where he led several major health care initiatives, including its 10-year, $20 million investment in telehealth deployment throughout California. He also served as The Endowment's lead person for Rural and Agricultural Worker Health Programs and Policy. Previously, he served for six years as a senior program officer with The Sierra Health Foundation. In recognition of his achievements in the field, Mr. Gutierrez received the prestigious 2007 Terrance Keenan National Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy. Mr. Gutierrez currently serves on the Board of Directors of the California State Rural Health Association, a non-profit, nonpartisan, grassroots organization that works to improve the health of rural Californians and the quality and accessibility of the heath care they receive. He also serves on the Board of Directors of OCHIN, one of the nation's largest and most successful non-profit health information networks. OCHIN is nationally recognized for its innovative use of Health IT to improve the integration and delivery of health care services across a wide variety of practices, with an emphasis on safety net clinics and small practices, as well as critical access and rural hospitals. He currently serves as Chairman of the Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI) Rural Human Services Advisory Panel, which provides agencies of the federal government with policy analysis and recommendations to promote livable rural communities.

Matt Wenzel

Job Titles:
  • Hedrick Medical Center CEO
  • Hedrick Medical Center in 2006 As a Senior Site Analyst
Wenzel joined Hedrick Medical Center in 2006 as a senior site analyst in the Information Systems department and became director of Ancillary Services in 2007. His experience includes leadership in strategic planning, operations and performance improvement. He previously was employed at Cerner Corporation of Kansas City. He holds a bachelor's degree in biology and master's degrees in health administration and health care informatics from the University of Missouri in Columbia. Active in the community, Wenzel has served as a Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce Ambassador since 2006, and is on the boards for the Rotary Club of Chillicothe, Grand River Area Family YMCA and Salvation Army. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. "Matt has done a very good job in his interim CEO role for the past several months," said Don Sipes, vice president for Regional Services at Saint Luke's Health System. "That, coupled with his other experience in management at Hedrick over the past four years, has prepared him well to guide the hospital into the future. He enjoys the respect and support of his colleagues in the Saint Luke's Health System as well as at Hedrick and in the Chillicothe community. We are very pleased to formalize his leadership position at this exciting point in the history of the hospital."

Michael Morey - CEO, President

Job Titles:
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • President
Mr. Morey joined Bluebird Network in January, 2012. He previously served as President & CEO of Voxitas (now merged with Appia Communications) in St. Louis, Missouri. Morey has more than 30 years of telecommunications experience including 13 years in various management positions at AT&T, founding Voxitas, and serving as Senior Vice President of NuVox, a national telephone company headquartered in St. Louis. Additionally, he served as Regional Vice President of Electric Lightwave, a regional fiber-optic service provider headquartered in western United States. While under Morey's leadership, Voxitas was ranked as one of the fastest growing companies by INC 5000 and the St. Louis Business Journal for multiple years. He earned a MBA and BS from the University of Southern California.

Nancy Kaszak

Job Titles:
  • Director, Illinois Telehealth Initiative
Nancy Kaszak has worked the last 10 years in various capacities studying how to advance telehealth in Illinois. She has studied programs throughout the nation administered by hospitals, universities, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. These programs were designed to provide healthcare access to unserved and underserved communities. The programs encompassed a broad range of healthcare specialty services. Nancy has consulted on telehealth matters with a university, a hospital association and a national telehealth company. Nancy brings to telehealth a breath of perspective. As a state legislator, she learned the process of developing governmental policy and programs. As chief legal counsel for the Chicago Park District, she learned the challenges of managing an organization with 5,000 employees and 32 unions at scattered sites throughout Chicago. As a hospital board member, she learned the challenges of hospital administrators operating in a health care environment over which they had little control. As Executive Director of the Alliance to Protect the Illinois Constitution, Nancy has experience successfully leading large coalitions of statewide organizations, with frequently divergent interests. The Institute of Medicine of Chicago named Nancy a fellow, in recognition of her work to advance telehealth in Illinois. She helped lead the gubernatorial telehealth task forces for the last three administrations.

Pat Schou

Job Titles:
  • Executive Director of the Illinois Critical Access Hospital
Pat Schou is Executive Director of the Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network, an organization that strengthens Illinois critical access hospitals, thereby ensuring access to appropriate health care services for rural residents. The group is strongly focused on leveraging broadband technologies for the improvement of medical care in Illinois.

Ray Hanley

Job Titles:
  • President and Chief Executive Officer of Arkansas Medicaid
Mr. Hanley has vast experience in both the public and private sectors of health care, including 16 years as director of Arkansas Medicaid and seven years as the client industry executive for state Health and Human Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services. He has served as chairman of the National Association of State Medicaid Directors for a total of five years and has also served as chairman of the Central Arkansas Sierra Club and as a member of the American Public Welfare Association Board of Directors.

Rick Hindmand

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors

Thomas H. Hale

Job Titles:
  • Executive Medical Director for Mercy 's Telehealth Services
During the summit, Dr. Hale will describe how the Mercy Health System is using telehealth to effectively and efficiently deliver health care to Mercy communities, large and small. This new care model combines people and technology to extend Mercy's reach and services beyond the walls of doctors' offices, hospital campuses and other traditional facilities. To support these telehealth efforts, Mercy is developing a $90 million virtual care center. The center will be staffed by doctors and nurses and linked electronically to Mercy hospitals, clinics and even patient homes via telemedicine technology. In 2006, Mercy began its first telemedicine initiative by monitoring over 400 ICU beds in Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas. Today, Mercy uses telemedicine to:

Thomas Kiesau

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Director With the Chartis Group
Thomas Kiesau is a Director with The Chartis Group and the Leader of Chartis Digital, the firm's business unit dedicated to digital transformation planning and execution across the healthcare arena. Prior to assuming leadership of Chartis Digital, he led the firm's Strategy Practice Area. With more than 20 years of experience, Mr. Kiesau has served as an advisor to many of the nation's leading children's hospitals, academic health centers, faculty practice groups, integrated health systems and community hospitals. He directs consulting engagements in the areas of: digital transformation, enterprise strategic planning, clinical partnership development, next-generation service line growth strategy and economic alignment. Mr. Kiesau has also participated in the development of corporate strategy and product development strategy for multiple integrated business process and technology firms that serve the healthcare industry.